Posted November 07, 2013 on byu.scout.com
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With so many new and young players on BYU's roster this season, the Cougars will no doubt lean heavily on star junior Tyler Haws. The nation's seventh-leading scorer last season, he talked to the media on Thursday about Friday's season-opener against Weber State.
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