BYU racked up 357 yards of offense in the first half of Saturday's 38-20 win over Georgia Tech, but just 76 yards in the second half.
Offensive coordinator Robert Anae credited Georgia Tech with making some key adjustments in the game when he spoke to reporters on Tuesday.
Anae also spoke about what Houston will present to BYU on defense this Saturday, and various other topics.
Defensively, the Cougars will hope to slow down Houston's attack with one of the best defensive linemen in program history, Eathyn Manumaleuna. Here's a feature on the senior's differing demeanor on and off the field.
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