SALT LAKE CITY -- In this week's edition of 3 Questions with Bob Evans, Brigham Young University's new head football coach Kalani Sitake talks about the Cougars, the rivalry with University of Utah and next season's quarterback.
Sitake was announced as BYU's new head football coach last December. He came from Oregon State where he was the defensive coordinator/assistant head coach.
Sitake is no stranger to the Cougars. He played for the team as a running back in 1994 and from 1997-2000. He also spent 10 years with the University of Utah.
See the video above for Sitake's answers to four questions, which are listed below:
- What is the most unexpected thing that you have found since being hired as Head Coach of the B.Y.U. Cougars?
- Has the rivalry between B.Y.U. and Utah gotten too intense?
- Who's going to be your quarterback in the fall? Taysom Hill or Tanner Mangum?
- What is your favorite trick play, and can you describe it to me?