Testing the Waters

The word chemistry is often used in sports to describe the relationship among the team members. Mau Nomani, the big lineman from Tigard, Oregon, is one who is a strong believer in team chemistry.

"I'm going to Provo this weekend," Mau Nomani said. "One thing I will be looking for is the chemistry I have with the coaches."

Nomani said that he has been in contact with Coach Barry Lamb and Coach Steve Kaufusi and is eager to see what kind of chemistry he has with them once he gets to Provo.

"I'm extremely excited to visit BYU," Nomani said "I have never been to BYU and I look forward to seeing the campus and the facilities."

Nomani will be driving with his family to Provo and will stay Saturday and Sunday then return to Oregon. This will be an unofficial visit for Nomani. He will be taking an official visit to Nebraska Sept. 10th and will be visiting Oregon St. in the next week and Oregon soon thereafter.

Education is a big deal to Nomani and he is planning on sitting down with some counselors at BYU to find out about their computer design and engineering majors.

When asked if there was a chance he would commit to BYU this weekend he said he will make his decision one of the last days he can in February. He claims that he has no leaders, but will have a better idea after he visits some schools.

Total Blue Sports will follow up with Nomani after his visit to see how he liked things in Provo.

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