BYU offensive coordinator Robert Anae spoke to reporters after the Cougars' 19-16 loss to Virginia on Saturday and took the blame for the fateful play call that resulted in the game-changing interception.
Facing third-and-6 from their own 34 with less than three minutes remaining, the Cougars tried a pass from Taysom Hill to Jamaal Williams. But the ball deflected off Williams' hands, and was intercepted by a Virgina defensive back.
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