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Famika Anae
Famika  Anae

Graduate Assistant

Famika Anae is in his first season as a graduate assistant coach at Virginia. He is the son of Cavalier offensive coordinator Robert Anae.

Anae joins the UVA staff after graduating from BYU in 2015 He played three seasons for the Cougars before having his career cut short due to injuries. He stayed involved with the BYU program as an undergraduate assistant.

Anae enrolled at BYU in 2010 and suffered a ACL injury during spring camp. In 2011 he appeared in four games as a backup offensive lineman and earned his first letter.

In 2012, his last season as a player at BYU, he played in four games and started at Hawaii. During that game, he helped BYU rush for a season-best 396 yards in the 47-0 victory against the Rainbow Warriors. He retired from football shortly after that game due to chronic knee issues.

Anae played high school football at Timpview in Provo, Utah. He helped the team to the 2006 4A state title.


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