Aug 30, 2012; Provo, UT, USA; Brigham Young Cougars quarterback Taysom Hill (4) scrambles during the third quarter against the Washington State Cougars at Lavell Edwards Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE
You might have noticed that SB Nation has put quite the emphasis on its video initiative over the past six months or so. (And if you didn't notice, there's a widget on the right hand side of this page where you can watch the college football videos and subscribe!)
Well, here we are, wading into those waters. Through the miracle of the Dropbox, Jeff Collier and I collaborated on this video while 300 miles apart -- I provided the commentary (I promise, my ugly mug only appears a little at the beginning and the end) while Jeff did all the actual hard work, pulling the video from ESPN and editing it all together.
The subject of this first video? BYU's second touchdown against the Cougs -- Taysom Hill's wide-open touchdown pass on fourth-and-one to Kaneakua Friel. In my quest to understand just how in the heck a guy gets that wide open, I discovered some things. Hopefully, I communicated them well and you like it.
And if you like it, please -- pretty please with sugar on top! -- subscribe to our channel over at YouTube. And if you don't like it, remember ... this is our maiden voyage. We'll keep working on making it better. (For example, yes, we know the sound is a little soft, especially at the outset. We'll work on that!)
Washington State at BYU: Breakdown of the Second BYU Touchdown (via SBNCougCenter Jeff Nusser)