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All-American wrester to play football for BYU

On Tuesday BYU got a commitment from one of the nation's top heavyweight wresters to play football for the Cougars. Considered one of the best defensive linemen in the state of Utah, Zac Dawe is BYU's third commitment for of the 2014 class, and Coach Mendenhall will put his athletic abilities to good use.

After receiving an offer from Coach Mendenhall, big 6-foot-4-inch, 265-pound Zac Dawe didn't commit. Instead, he wanted to think things over, do a little research, then get down on bended knees for confirmation. His personal efforts culminated on Tuesday when he made it official. "I committed to Coach Mendenhall yesterday so everything is going good," Dawe said. "I just had been praying about...

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