BYU quarterback Taysom Hill talked to reporters after practice on Monday and said that the Cougars have prepared for Virginia for two days but aren't quite ready to take on the Cavaliers.
"A lot of cover one, a lot of cover zero," Hill said. "They like to bring blitzes both sides. Middle dog cross, field bombs. So they like to apply pressure. That's what we are anticipating. We got our backs picking up blitzes, and our line has their heads up, making calls, and so far, so good. We will continue to get better, though."
Hill also talked about the schedule as a whole, his own personal readiness, and his feelings about three former walk-ons being named captains on Monday.
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