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Video: BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall discusses this week's game against Notre Dame
First Published Oct 15 2012 09:34 pm • Last Updated Oct 16 2012 09:43 am

BYU football coach Bronco Mendenhall talked about Saturday's loss to Oregon State and looked ahead to this week's game against Notre Dame after practice on Monday night in Provo.

Mendenhall basically gave quarterback Riley Nelson a vote of confidence and said the defense might have gotten overconfident before the Beavers rolled up 450 yards on the No. 5 overall defense in the country.

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