By Jay Drew, Deseret News: Towards the end of last Friday’s outdoor practice, BYU running back Sol-Jay Maiava-Peters went down without contact while carrying the football.
It appeared to be a right knee or hamstring injury, but the former quarterback was able to get up and walk gingerly off the field.
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BYU football: Quarterback-turned running back Sol-Jay Maiava-Peters will miss remainder of spring camp with ‘not serious’ knee injury
BYU football: Sol-Jay Maiava-Peters’ injury, Ken Niumatalolo’s visit and other notes from Thursday’s spring camp practice
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