BYU’s Kai Nacua got community service for sucker punch

BYU Cougars cornerback Kai Nacua was suspended for the team’s season opener against Nebraska for his sucker punch against a Memphis player in last year’s Miami Beach Bowl, and Sean Walker of KSL revealed some other discipline that was handed down.

Nacua also had to do 100 hours of community service on top of his suspension, and he apparently spent said hours helping people move.

“It was fun. I like to do that type of stuff, so It was good,” Nacua said of the service. “I just went around the community to find anything. I had people texting me to help me find people to move and anything I could.”

The junior showed no signs of rust in last weekend’s game against Boise State, posting five tackles and intercepting three passes, one of which was returned for a touchdown. He appears to have learned his lesson and has his head screwed on straight, which will be important as the Cougars’ next game is the team’s toughest yet with a visit to Westwood to take on the No. 10 UCLA Bruins.

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