BYU laments loss of Jamaal Williams as fall camp kicks-off

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PROVO, Utah -- Brigham Young University was the last in-state school to officially break ground on fall camp.

The Cougars began late Saturday afternoon, marking the return of Heisman hopeful Taysom Hill at quarterback.

One body the media did not see was running back Jamaal Williams. The senior withdrew from the school and the team this week for personal reasons. He was on track to be the program's all-time leading rusher. Williams is expected to return for the 2016 season. 

Saturday, his coaches and teammates reacted to the sudden loss to the Cougar's offense, see the video above for their comments.


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