After the BYU Cougars held an open practice at LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday morning, football coach Bronco Mendenhall addressed the assembled media.
Here's video of that seven-plus minute interview session. At about the 4:10 mark, Mendenhall answers a question about the controversy that erupted when players showed up at photo day last Thursday with the program's values on the backs of their jerseys (Tradition-Spirit-Honor) instead of their names.
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