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Video: BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall talks about winning in Provo in 1986 as an Oregon State defensive back
First Published Oct 09 2012 09:56 pm • Last Updated Oct 09 2012 09:56 pm

Who says BYU football coach Bronco Mendenhall doesn't have a sense of humor? Mendenhall shared a good laugh with reporters on Tuesday before talking about the condition of quarterback Riley Nelson, the strengths of Saturday opponent Oregon State, and more.

Mendenhall recounts the last time OSU visited Provo and went away with a 10-7 win because he was a defensive back on that Beavers team.

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