Found July 30, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
The Brigham Young Cougars linebackers will be the backbone of the defense. The starters for this unit are talented and experienced. They are backed up by equally talented players itching for their chance to play. Senior Brandon Ogletree is back in the middle to start for the third straight year. The McKinney, Texasnative missed the game at Texaslast year due to a concussion suffered in the season opener at Ole Miss, but he still managed to lead BYU in tackles with 76. He suffered a fractured foot during spring practices, but should be ready to go when camp opens this week. Senior Uona Kaveinga joins Ogletree in the middle. The transfer from USC quietly made a lot of plays for the Cougars in 2011. He finished fourth on the team with 57 tackles, and first with four forced fumbles. Kaveinga also registered 4.5 tackles for loss, one pass breakup, 2 quarterback hurries, and one fumble recovery.Both Ogletree and Kaveinga are considered by many to be among the top 20 middle linebackers i...

Poll Results: Who will benefit the most from Joshua Quezada transferring?

Among the several Brigham Young Cougars players who stand to gain from running back Joshua Quezada transferring, redshirt freshman Adam Hine was voted the one who would benefit the most. Hine received 41 percent of the vote. Junior Michael Alisa was a distant second with 17 percent. True freshman Jamaal Williams was third with 14 percent followed by senior David Foote (12%), sophomores...
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