Found March 08, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
The Brigham Young Cougars have to replace some big bodies from the 2011 football team. Foremost among the big bodies are starters Hebron Fangupo, Terrence Brown, and Matt Reynolds. Did you know that Fangupo, Brown, and Reynolds are the 19th, 38th, and 73rd, respectively, biggest BYU football players ever?The official BYU all-time roster lists Fangupo at 331 pounds (eight pounds more than he weighed in at the NFL scouting combine), Brown at 318 pounds, and Reynolds at 305 pounds. Fangupo, however, wasn’t the biggest player on the 2011 roster. That honor goes to Manu Mulitalo at 340 pounds, which is good enough for 11th biggest ever.In its history, BYU has had 99 players weigh 300 pounds or more. The Editor appreciates all feedback. He can be reached via email at

Flashback: Big Cleats To Fill

The Brigham Young Cougars need to replace 323 pound defensive lineman Hebron Fangupo. Needless to say, at 323 pounds, that is a big body and cleats to fill. However, the hole left by Fangupo is nothing compared to the hole BYU had to fill 25 years ago. In 1987, BYU had not one, but two, defensive linemen to replace. Both were All-Americans, and both would be NFL first round draft...
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