Posted September 18, 2012 on byu.scout.com
After virtually disappearing from the offense during the Utah game, receiver Ross Apo hopes to reappear on the Cougar offensive radar when BYU faces Boise State this Thursday. With a short week to prepare, the Cougars have a short time to prepare and correct the many issues that came to light last week.
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