Monson: BYU’s James Lark blames coaches for lack of leadership, direction
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Was the defense, the best defense in school history, angry about the offense’s ineptitude?
"They had the right, the excuse, to be frustrated with us," Lark said. "But it was never a problem."
When Lark, at long last, got the opportunity to start in the final regular-season game, in which he threw five touchdown passes, and the bowl game, he said:
"It felt good. … I had a chance to prove what I can do and [show] this is what I could have done all year."
Gordon Monson hosts "The Big Show" weekdays from 3-7 p.m. on 1280 AM and 97.5 FM The Zone. Twitter: @GordonMonson.
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