The past week has been, perhaps, one of the most disappointing in the history of Cougar football.
No, it is not that they lost on the road to two very good teams, but how they lost each game that makes it so frustrating.
Against Utah last week, BYU's offensive line gave up nine sacks and poor play-calling led to a 24-21 loss. On Thursday against Boise State, the Cougs lost 7-6 after Riley Nelson single-handedly committed four turnovers and Bronco Mendenhall unsuccessfully took the risk of going for two with a few minutes left.
Do you see similarities in these two games?
A few people or units made mistakes that had a hand in leading to each loss. If the Cougars truly want to become a great—not a good—team, a few changes need to be made at these four coaching and playing positions.