Joe Griffin does not fit the stereotypical BYU receiver profile that fans have seen catching passes at LaVell Edwards Stadium the past several decades. Unfortunately, fans have not seen Griffin's unique style because of an injury, but he is now fully healthy and pushing for playing time with the first team offense as a direct result of his hard work in camp.
August 19, 2005
BYU defensive coordinator <b>Bronco Mendenhall</b> focused Monday afternoon's closed practice on three fumble recovery, interception and lateral movement drills – which the first, second and third team units progressively took turns at. Meanwhile, the offense concentrated on route-running and other drills.
August 23, 2004
"I get to play against my best friend from high school, (USC running back) <b>Reggie Bush</b>, this year. He said BYU was the best defense they played last year because it confused them a lot. He said he took some real licks in the game and I told him to get ready for some more…"
February 2, 2004
Even as his all-California, all-everything wide receiver teammate grabbed headlines Monday night with his binding LOI commitment to the Cougars, the other half of Grossmont College's record-setting, pass-catching tandem quietly verbally committed in a phone call last Friday to his BYU recruiter, <b>TotalBlueSports.com</b> has learned.
December 30, 2003