This time of year, hope springs eternal for every college football team.
For example, in Provo, many are envisioning the Cougars getting back to winning double-digit games and ending the season ranked in the top 25.
That might be considered a lofty goal for a team that has endured combined double-digit losses over the past two seasons.
However, there is real reason for optimism in Cougartown in 2014.
For starters, the go-fast, go-hard offense should be considerably improved from last season when BYU struggled to sustain drives and was dreadful in the redzone.
Quarterback Taysom …