Garrett Juergens Reflects on BYU Career

BYU senior wide receiver Garrett Juergens talked to the media on Monday about his eventful career as a Cougar. He also talked about his final game at LaVell Edwards Stadium against Utah State this Saturday.

BYU senior wide receiver Garrett Juergens has had an interesting career as a Cougar. He's bounced back and forth from defensive back to wide receiver, endured multiple season-ending injuries, and lived the life of a walk-on until this past summer. He said that senior night this Saturday will be a dream come true. He said that he and his twin brother, Mitchell, always talked about what this Saturday might be like when they decided to walk-on.

Garrett said he is pleased to have made it through this season healthy and that he was happy to have caught his first career touchdown pass last Saturday against UMass. With regards to Utah State, who BYU will host in their regular season finale, Juergens said he had to learn about the rivalry but that he plans on retaining the Wagon Wheel, which is the trophy the winner of the game gets to display in their football facility.


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