The focus of BYU's last scrimmage of fall camp was executing in various game situations. The Cougars…
Vakapuna Is Focused on Healing
As spring camp ended, Taufui Vakapuna stated that he wanted to accomplish two goals over the summer. One goal was to keep the weight off his 6-foot-1 frame, and the other was to get faster and stronger. Coming into fall camp at around 234 pounds, he can check off the first as a success. The second has yet to be determined because a slight injury kept him out of most of fall camp. The bruising tailback does not have much else to prove to BYU coaches on the practice field, so he is making a slow comeback to ensure a full recovery. "Coaches want us to be healthy for our first game," said Vakapuna. "We don't have to treat the practices as a game, but they want us to make plays in practices like we will make plays like in a game. They wanted me out, and the thing about the coaches is when there is a nagging injury or something not healthy with you, they will tell you to get it checked up right away. If it's more serious then they will more than likely make you sit out and rehab it...
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