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BYU AD Tom Holmoe discusses Yoeli Childs situation, football schedules and Zach Wilson’s leadership at Education Week

Annual Q&A session with BYU fans is always a summer highlight for Cougar supporters

BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe meets with reporters for his semiannual media Q&A roundtable in Provo on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.
BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe meets with reporters for his semiannual media Q&A roundtable in Provo on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.
Nate Edwards, BYU photo

PROVO — One of the highlights of BYU’s annual Education Week classes every summer is longtime athletic director Tom Holmoe’s question-and-answer session on all things BYU sports.

Holmoe addressed another large audience at the Clyde Building on Wednesday morning, eight days before the Cougars meet Utah in the annual rivalry football game at LaVell Edwards Stadium, and naturally most of the questions centered around football.

Here are some of Holmoe’s responses in the 55-minute Q&A:

On BYU quarterback Zach Wilson:

On the Yoeli Childs situation:

On BYU’s 2019 football schedule:

On future football schedules:

On football coach Kalani Sitake’s contract:

On his best experience as athletic director:

On Jim McMahon:

On new men’s basketball coach Mark Pope and analytics:

On BYU’s athletics facilities:

On BYU’s wide receivers:

On the baseball team missing the NCAAs:

More on the football team: