BYU Football: The Perfect BYU Offense

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Sep 27, 2013; Provo, UT, USA; Brigham Young Cougars offensive coordinator Robert Anae during warm-ups prior to the game against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders at Lavell Edwards Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

I was hanging out on the internet this morning and looking at various articles or various sports on various different websites when I came across this piece on ESPN. The article was essentially a 1-team fantasy draft in which the “Perfect 2013-2014 NBA roster” was assembled. Now, this wasn’t an All-Star team and just picking the best players, but it was picking the best players for certain roles on a regular team. Defensive stoppers, main scoring options, shooting specialists and energy guys off the bench were all taken into consideration. This got me thinking about BYU football (because why wouldn’t a piece on the NBA get me thinking about BYU football?) and who would fill out the perfect roster for Go Fast, Go Hard.

So, here it is. If BYU were to have a fantasy draft and pick the best 11 players to fill roles for Robert Anae to use in his GFGH offense, this is who I think it would be. Be sure to let us know who you agree with and who you think I couldn’t be more wrong with.

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  • Georgia_dawgz

    Replace Mahe with Kozlowski, then replace Tahi with Hemuli or Curtis Brown – and you’ll have a pretty potent offense…

  • FloydJohnson

    One day you will get a knock on your door. You will open it and a giant of a man will be standing before you. He will kick you in the groin, say you know why, turn and walk away. You will limp to your computer and add John Tait as an offensive lineman.

  • Ken Yoshimoto

    Bart Oates or Trevor Matich would be my center of choice.
    Steve Young was not the best BYU QB during his time at BYU. No matter what kind of offense we are running, I would still go with Jim McMahon to run the show.