He said it’s been 10 days since the team last played and that it will be interesting to see how players respond in a game considering all that has happened.
They returned to practice Thursday.
“The kids were a little rusty, but in good spirits and had about as good a workout as you could expect,” Morrill said.
Utah State, meanwhile, continues working with Brigham Young officials to find a suitable date to reschedule the rivalry game that was postponed Wednesday because of what happened to Berger.
“As I’ve said, they’ve been great in this situation,” Morrill said. “It’s just a dilemma right now with conference play around the corner and both of us having full schedules. Finals week is next week and that was looked at. We’re trying to look at all the options, but that’s the stage we’re in right now. We have not found a date that works yet.”
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