BYU offensive coordinator Robert Anae talked to a throng of media members after the Cougars practiced on Monday, March 18. There were some awkward exchanges as Anae questioned the purpose of some questions.
Anae has returned to BYU to take his former position as OC after a two-year stint at Arizona. He was visibly upset during the final segments of practice that the media was allowed to watch as the offense sputtered a bit and was clearly out of sync.
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