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... and filling out "the 105."
Okay, here we go...trivia time once again. First up, "Bronco4Prez" nailed the answer to yesterday's question shortly after it was posted. Since Cal scored on its first possession of the 2005 Las Vegas Bowl, BYU has gone 26 straight games without allowing a TD on its first defensive series.
In which statistical category is BYU the only FBS team ranked in the Top 10 in each of the last 3 seasons (all 3 years of Bronco Mendenhall's head coaching tenure)?
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BYU has added 3 players to its football roster, rounding out the 105-man roster for camp (teams are allowed a maximum of 105 players in preseason practice).
Linebacker Shane Hunter and DBs Travis Uale and Ryan Love are now part of the 105, meaning BYU is planning to move on for the time being without recruits Seta Pohahau and Atem Bol (not qualified). However, as mentioned earlier, the camp roster is fluid and qualification issues are often resolved at the "last minute," so the list of players may yet change between now and opening day.
Looks like former Cougar Rafael Araujo has recovered from his bout with food poisoning and will actually get the start at center for Brazil in its game with Germany today, with Tiago Splitter moving to the "4" spot and guarding Dirk Nowitzki (Rafa will guard L.A. Clipper Chris Kaman inside). The winner of this quarterfinal draws Croatia in the Olympic Qualifying Tournament semifinals tomorrow.