Wow! What a disappointing Week 2. The Air Force brought in a disciplined attack executed with the precision of the Thunderbirds flying team. In my own game to figure out which QB BYU should ultimately lean on, I would have chosen Riley Nelson, as did the coaching staff. However, Air Force had a laser guided approach to stopping both Nelson and Heaps–and the rest of BYU’s attack. Riley did score 2 more TD’s. So, its Riley 4 Heaps 0 in that category.
So, who has the edge, Jake of Nelson? Certainly, in a contest synonymous with ‘competition’ you must agree that, regardless of the PR face, Jake & Nelson are duking it out – with a smile and a chest bump.
One line was changed in the original Rise and Fight to adapt to changing times. Which one?
I’ll post the answer in a few days, or
O Rise, all loyal Cougars and hurl your challenge to the foe.
You will fight, day or night, rain or snow.
Loyal, Strong, and True
Wear the White and Blue.
While we sing, get set to spring.
Come on Cougars, it’s up to you!
O Rise and Shout, the Cougars are out
Along the trail to fame and glory.
Rise and shout, our cheers will ring out,
As you unfold your vict’ry story.
On you go to vanquish the foe
For Alma Mater’s sons and daughters.
As we join in song, in praise of you, our faith is strong.
We’ll raise our colors high in the blue,
And cheer the Cougars of BYU.
“Ra, ra, ra, ra, ra (3x) GO COUGARS!”