Offensive coordinator Robert Anae stopped by the BYU football offices lobby Tuesday night to talk about the upcoming game against Texas.
Anae started his comments off by sayng he really didn't want to talk a lot more about Saturday's loss to Virginia. Later, he acknowledged some shuffling would take place along the offensive line this week as coaches try to find the right combination of blockers.
At the end of the interview, Anae is asked about his own son, Famika, who was in BYU's program last year but had to give up football because of chronic knee injuries.
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