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Strengthening the H Position

Last year, Nate Meikle had 36 receptions for 292 yards, averaging 8.1 yards per catch. He also rushed for 39 yards on seven carries, averaging 5.6 yards a carry. He led all receivers against Boston College with nine catches and topped that with his 12-reception performance against Cal. Come fall, Meikle will once more be BYU's go to guy at slot receiver.

Nate Meikle was so much a part of the offense last season that his new role as a sideline spectator is taking some getting used to. Meikle is not being punished or demoted. The Academic All-American was forced to take a step back from the field because of a hamstring injury he suffered early in spring ball. "I tore my hamstring two weeks ago," said Meikle. "I've tweaked it before. I tweaked it...

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