“Well, our kids have been working on a fearless mindset, and to do that you have to fill it with something,” said Coach Anae. “If you fill it with nothing fear ends up being in there, so that’s what we’ve been working on as a program and as a team; filling it with things that we are looking forward to doing. That’s the mindset that we’re taking.”
The season open against Virginia last year saw a disruption due to rain delay. Coach Anae isn’t worried about a similar occurrence this year, but if there is such a delay he isn’t worried.
“Well, it’s the mindset that we’re talking about it is focusing on the moment and the task at hand, so, yeah, if we happen to have bad weather we’ll pause while the bad weather occurs,” Coach Anae said. “Then take the field when it’s available, so it’s the focus on the moment, and we’ve made that a conscientious effort and grow as a program in that regard.”
From the sound of things, BYU will be more ready this year than they were last year against Virginia for their season opener against UConn next Friday night.
Cougar Cam: Robert Anae
Coach Anae addresses the media as the Cougars prepare for the Huskies of UConn. He talks about the team's preparation and how the staff is working hard to know what to prepare for when the Cougars take the field. He talks about the efforts by the offense to score in a more proficient way, Taysom Hill, and much, much more.
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