BYU head coach Kalani Sitake talked Monday about what he took away from the Southern Utah win after reviewing the film. Coach Sitake talked about the health of the running back position and said the team is hopeful that they will be able to get players healthy. He also said that his team is excited to be bowl eligible but that they haven't given any thought to potential bowl opponents. He also said that his team is motivated to continue improving and are excited to face Massachusetts this coming Saturday.
Kalani Sitake Says BYU Improved Against SUU
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