Found July 30, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
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 Iona Pritchard and Paul Lasike (both 7%), and quarterback Riley Nelson (1%). One percent of the voters were undecided. Using my definition of “benefit,” my vote goes to Alisa. For me, benefit means to get more carries. Before Quezada decided to transfer, I thought he would get close to 100 carries this year. Now, another player, or players, will get those 100 carries. Here is how I think they will be split up: Alisa: 50 carriesHine/Foote: 20 carriesNelson: 15 carriesPritchard: 15 carriesThese are just rough estimates. Basically, as the number one back, Alisa will inherit the bulk of the load. In situ...
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