Poly Pride

Polynesian players are as integral to the history and identity of BYU football as quarterbacks and tight ends. They include players like Lakei Heimuli who set the school career rushing record in 1986, Vai Siakhema who set NCAA records, and K.O. Kealaluhi who caught game winning touchdowns against Texas A&M and Kansas State in 1996 to begin and end that special season.  Many have gone on to be successful in the NFL.

The intent of this section is to celebrate the contributions of these players, chronicle their role in BYU football history, and educate about the culture of their home lands.

It will be updated regularly, so come back often to see what it new.

BYU Football Polynesian Pipeline

Contributions by Polynesian Players in 2017
Steve Kaufusi leaves behind a large legacy at BYU
Uani Unga: The Tongan Tackling Terror
Butch Pau'u hoping for a Shay Muirbrook-esque senior season rebound
BYU Football: Did you know? (Most tackles in a game) 
Top 10 Polynesian Players in BYU history