In 57 days it will be time to watch BYU Football play against the Utah Utes.
If you’ve paid any attention to NBA free agency it has been a crazy off season with what seems like the entire league being traded and moved to new teams. The Lakers at one point only had three players under contract and the Utah Jazz have replaced about half of their roster in hopes of making a Finals push in 2020.
Coming into free agency, it appeared that the Knicks and Lakers, the two biggest market teams, were going to be the big winners, but now that isn’t appearing to be the case. The Lakers did get one big addition with Anthony Davis, but it cost them literally everything they had to get him to play with Lebron. The Knicks on the other hand have… well not much. Kawhi Leonard is still out there and could still make the Lakers a great team with three all-starts but if Leonard goes to the Clippers or stays put in Toronto, the Lakers are looking at probably being a top six team and the Knicks are probably the worst team in the NBA. The Jazz and Rockets will probably finish 1-2 with the Warriors and a healthy Klay Thompson being a dangerous 6-8 seed.
Luckily, college football is not this hectic year to year. Sure players sign after their senior year in high school and transfers happen but going from best to worst or worst to best because of a brand new roster isn’t common. We know what to expect from BYU Football this season because it is essentially the same team.
Although today’s player was not a transfer, he has most definitely been the “GM” for BYU Football and can be held partially responsible for getting transfers to BYU.