Scott Fisher is an intimidating player, standing at 6-foot-7 and weighing in at 320 pounds and yet his brother Paul is an even more daunting opponent. Paul is the same height as his brothers, but adds 10 more pounds to his frame.
The offensive linemen come to
They said their mission trip was a great learning experience, which also familiarized them to the whole college experience. It gave the two a chance to get away from home and experience a different culture.
Paul went on to play offensive tackle in all 12 games in 2003, earning a letter at BYU.
Both were first-team all-Western
States Football League as sophomores at
In the end their college decision
came down to
"I want to play as much as I can and get better each day," Scott said.
"I definitely want to play and that's why I came to this school," Paul added.
Scott was able to join the
Cyclones in the spring, while Paul didn't arrive in
"Spring practice was all right," Scott said. "I got here a week before the spring game, so I didn't get to participate but overall it was good. I learned the offense."
With the help of
"[The summer conditioning] program got me a lot better than I was in conditioning and strength wise," Paul said.
Both of the brothers try to lead by example and each do a good job of balancing everything going on in their life – each of them are married.
Scott's wife, Becky, is expecting their first child in late December; he joked with his luck the child will probably be born during the bowl game.
Paul and his wife, Kaelya, just celebrated their second anniversary at the beginning of August.
On their college visit to
The three have made a connection and still get together whenever they have time for BBQ's.
Also joining the brothers from