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BYU's Griffin Awaits Medical OK for Contact Drills

<b>JOE GRIFFIN</b>

BYU defensive coordinator <b>Bronco Mendenhall</b> focused Monday afternoon's closed practice on three fumble recovery, interception and lateral movement drills – which the first, second and third team units progressively took turns at. Meanwhile, the offense concentrated on route-running and other drills.

In preparation for Tuesday's full pads scrimmage, Crowton kept practice relatively light. "It will be very similar to the last one; maybe just a little bit shorter," Crowton said. Crowton added that tomorrow's scrimmage would focus on the younger players with the second and third team units. "Our 2s and our 3s will probably take a lot more reps tomorrow. There are a lot of young guys that are...

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