As John Wayne was wont to say, and as it pertains to the attrition along the BYU offensive line this week, this is gettin’ to be re-g*ddamn-diculous.
Yes, the Cougars have lost yet another lineman, with the victim this time being Jason Speredon.
The junior tore his rotator cuff during practice today and, as the injury will take 3-5 months to recover from, he will be lost for the season.
“He didn’t act like it was that severe [on Thursday], but it was, so, we had a long chat in my office today,” head coach Bronco Mendenhall said. “It’s [bad], because he has had such a fantastic offseason and a really nice start to fall camp.
“So he is having to do some adjusting right now, and our team is, too.
Already this week, BYU had lost starting left tackle Matt Reynolds for up to three weeks with a broken hand.