Posted August 16, 2013 on byu.scout.com
The Cougars practiced with shells on Friday morning but took their shoulder pads off for the scrimmage at the end of practice. In other words, hitting wasn’t allowed. With recent depth issues that have crept up, the coaches are taking a very cautious approach to the rest of fall camp.
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