BYU defensive back Troy Warner talked to the media on Tuesday morning about the upcoming San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. Warner said he's excited for the opportunity to play close to his hometown of San Marcos, CA and that they team is hopeful of getting Kalani Sitake a win in his first bowl game as a head coach. He also talked about what he expects from the Wyoming Cowboys, saying they look similar on offense to what BYU runs. He also said he likely won't be playing tour guide for the team as he hasn't been to SeaWorld and the San Diego Zoo in a while and probably doesn't know his way around like he used to.
Troy Warner is ready for the Poinsettia Bowl
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