BYU quarterback Taysom Hill met with reporters after practice Monday and talked about the 47-46 win over Houston and how he felt physically after waking up Sunday morning.
Hill acknowledged that running 115 plays in a game "takes a toll on everybody" but said he's willing to do anything it takes to get victories.
Hill also talked about Boise State's defense, and what he remembers from playing against the Broncos last year in a 7-6 loss at Bronco Stadium.
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