Posted December 10, 2012 on byu.scout.com
The Cougars held their first practice in preparation for the Poinsettia Bowl on Monday. Afterward, Coach Mendenhall spoke to the media about the team's practice schedule, BYU's bowl situation, player injuries, the current situation at quarterback, recruiting, exploring other job opportunities and more.
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