BYU running back Ty’son Williams poses for a photo at the Indoor Training Facility at BYU in Provo on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019. | Kristin Murphy/Deseret News The senior transfer from South Carolina brings a wealth of experience to the Cougar offense. PROVO — Ty’Son Williams brings SEC experience to BYU’s backfield but just how quickly will the things he brings translate into production for the Cougars? That’s the chatter of fall camp, especially after the first scrimmage last Saturday where he was the center of attention in post-practice interviews. By all reports, Williams was explosive, ran with authority and should be worth Kalani Sitake’s investment in a one-year player. If what coaches say is accurate, Williams’ maturity, work ethic, example...
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Dick Harmon: Are expectations for running back Ty’Son Williams realistic?