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BYU Football Fall Camp Countdown: Defensive End Preview

Devin Kaufusi lines up during the Cougars' game against New Mexico State on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. Rebekah Baker, Deseret News

PROVO, Utah – The countdown to BYU football fall camp rolls on with the Cougar Tracks podcast.

Every day on the podcast a different position is sized up as the Cougars prepare for the 2019 football season.

The next position preview we’re looking at is the defensive ends.  BYU looks to replace Corbin Kaufusi who is now with the New Orleans Saints as an Undrafted Free Agent.  Who will step up in replace of him?

Breaking down those questions and more with the defensive end preview here on the Cougar Tracks podcast, powered by KSLsports.com.


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Show notes for this episode of the Cougar Tracks Podcast.

(1:51):  BYU basketball draws UCLA in the opening round of the Maui Invitational.

(6:28):  BYU’s non-conference basketball schedule for the 2019-20 season (so far)

(7:46):  Summer League updates on Elijah Bryant and Eric Mika

(9:10):  Lee Cummard and Melanie Pearson Day hired to be assistants on the BYU Women’s Basketball staff.

(14:40):  Countdown to BYU Football Fall Camp:  Defensive Ends preview

(16:54):  How do you replace Corbin Kaufusi?

(20:30):  Projecting who starts at defensive end:  Zac Dawe and Devin Kaufusi

(22:56):  Top reserves off the bench:  Uriah Leiataua, Trajan Pili, and JJ Nwigwe

(26:44):  Wildcards to watch at Defensive End:  Alden Tofa and Gabe Summers

(29:56):  The rest of the defensive ends:  Hirkley Latu, Freddy Livai, Tyler Batty, Masen Wake

Listen to this entire episode of the Cougar Tracks below.

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Mitch Harper is a BYU Insider for KSLsports.com and host of the Cougar Tracks Podcast and Cougar Sports Saturday (Saturday from 12-3 pm) on KSL Newsradio. Follow him on Twitter: @Mitch_Harper.