BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall met with reporters Monday evening for his weekly press briefing and talked about how the Cougars are preparing to take on No. 21 Wisconsin on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisc.
Mendenhall mostly talked about Wisconsin's prowess and his relationship with new Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen, Utah State's former coach.
Around the 2:10 mark, Mendenhall talks about the team activity that led to punt returner JD Falslev's hand injury during the bye week, and sayd the injury won't cause him to curtail future team activities that involve physical activities.
Around the 5:00 mark, Mendenhall says that his relationship with Andersen has taken off since Andersen left the University of Utah in 2009 to become the head coach at USU.
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