BYU Cougars Look to Fill Big Hole Left by Harvey Unga

July 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former BYU running back Harvey Unga is hoping to hear his name called during Thursday’s NFL Supplemental Draft.
Meanwhile, with fall camp looming about three weeks away, the Cougars are trying to figure out life without Unga.
Look for a combination of three players who will try to step up to fill the void left by Harvey at running back in 2010.

Bryan Kariya
Bryan is the quintessential Bronco Mendenhall-type player.  He’s an unheralded, blue collar, punch-you-in-the-mouth type of running back.
The 6′0″, 214-pound junior from Davis High School in Kaysville, Utah doesn’t wow you with his athletic prowess, but he is a solid, dependable back who is effective at everything a BYU running back needs to do.
He is probably the best running back on the roster to have in the backfield with what will be a young starting quarterback. He can tote the ball and pick up the tough yards, he’s a reliable receiver out of the backfi...

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