BYU offensive coordinator Robert Anae talked about the offense’s struggles against Utah and how he plans to get it turned around this week when he met with reporters on Tuesday after practice.
Anae reiterated that all the blame can’t be tossed on the shoulders of quarterback Taysom Hill. He also talked about BYU’s deficiencies in the red zone against Utah and how it all starts with the offensive line.
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