Much is at stake as the BYU football team opens fall camp on Saturday. The Cougars are staring in the face of one of the toughest out-of-conference schedules in team history, with opponents including national contenders Oklahoma and Florida State, as well as a long road trip to Louisiana to play Tulane.
Considering conference foes TCU and Utah are once again poised to have successful campaigns, another 10-win season could be a difficult task.
While the Cougars have seasoned veterans returning, several question marks remain entering fall camp. With possibly their toughest test coming in their first game on Sept. 5, the Cougars have a lot of work to do. Here are the key questions:
Who will protect Max Hall?
The bad news is that only one starter from last year’s veteran offensive line returns to block for Hall. The good news is that he’s pretty good.