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Virginia, BYU rosters have stark contrasts in age, experience

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Posted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 9:00 pm

When Luke Bowanko first studied BYU last week, the Virginia left guard not only checked out the Cougars’ defensive scheme — a 3-4 — and highlighted their best player — All-American linebacker Kyle Van Noy. He peeked, too, at the competition's playing history.

“I think they have a guy — a defensive end — who was on the roster in 2007,” Bowanko said, “which was — what? — my sophomore year in high school.”

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