By Jay Drew, Deseret News: A day after BYU knocked off Stanford 35-26 last season, Cougars football coach Kalani Sitake made the moves that nearly everybody saw coming, firing defensive coordinator Ilaisa Tuiaki and almost the entire defensive staff.
Sitake made the tough decisions even though BYU was heading to a bowl game and the season wasn’t truly over.
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Cougars rushed for a season-high 217 yards against Oklahoma. Can they have similar success against OSU with a different QB getting the start?
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