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Cougar Nation Round Up: December 19th, 2016

Catch up with the latest headlines in Cougar Nation.

Cougars pick up commitment from Ula Tolutau

Originally committed to Wisconsin, former East HS running back has decided to play for the Cougars after returning home from his LDS mission. Read more at the Deseret News.

Payson HS DE Tyler Batty commits to Cougars

Tyler Batty has committed to BYU over Utah, Utah State, Princeton, and Hawaii. Batty is the 17th commitment for BYU’s 2017 class. Read more at the Deseret News.

Warner Brothers return home to San Diego for bowl game

Fred and Troy Warner out of Mission Hill HS in San Diego will be playing in their hometown on Wednesday. The two brothers have become standouts on the Cougar defense which has been one of the best in the country. Read more at the Salt Lake Tribune.

December 19th marks one year anniversary for Kalani Sitake being named BYU head coach

On Dec. 19, 2015, at the conclusion of the Las Vegas Bowl, BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe officially announced that former Cougar running back Kalani Sitake would be the next head coach of the BYU football team. Read more at the Daily Herald.

Travis Tuiloma on his final fireside as a BYU Cougar

Travis Tuiloma won’t be playing in Wednesday’s bowl game against the Wyoming Cowboys, due to an injury suffered earlier in the season, but is taking part in the team activities, including the team fireside. Read more at the Daily Herald.


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