The offensive coordinator position at any college football program is a tough, tough job. Having the same occupation at BYU is even more difficult, where athletes are required to abide by an Honor Code and many serve two-year missions before seeing the field.
That's why Robert Anae, the new and old Cougar OC, is bound for one heckuva summer by trying to break in a new offense and working with a new crop of athletes. On top of that, a daunting schedule provides extra stress for the veteran coordinator.
There will be plenty of challenges that Anae will have to face, and here are four of them.