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BYU Football: Too Early Preview: BYU vs Michigan

On December 21, 1984 BYU was in the Holiday Bowl trying for an undefeated season.  BYU was ...

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Haws prepares for shot at NBA dream job

At lot has been made out of the fact that Tyler Haws turned down an invitation to the Portsmouth Invitational and wasn’t invited to the NBA Combine in Chicago.

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Utahns in baseball: BYU alum Adam Law breaks 17-inning scoreless tie in return off DL

BYU alumnus Adam Law scored the only run of a 17-inning marathon on Tuesday, while Utah native Marcus Littlewood smacked an...

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BYU baseball: Robinson named to WCC Baseball All-Tournament team

Infielder Dillon Robinson was the only BYU player named to the West Coast Conference All-Tournament baseball team as the four-team tournament concluded Saturday night.

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NCAA's move to speed up basketball and modernize game is long overdue

Several rule changes are in store for college basketball and it is about time the game got some gears greased. Some college...

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Manase Tu'ungafasi Recruitment Profile

Tongan rugby player Manase Tu’ungafasi was a late entry into the BYU football Class of 2015, signing his National Letter of Intent to play for the Cougars on May 22, 2015, several months after signing day. BYU faithful hope that he’s another diamond in the rough as a relatively unknown rugby player from New Zealand. His 6’7”, 320 pound frame make him an intriguing offensive line prospect but with no experience on the football field he will likely not see any action until at least 2016. He is the sixth offensive line prospect in the 2015 class and will join the cougars for fall camp. Tu’ungafasi was recruited by BYU, Utah, and Oregon State.

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M Baseball - Robinson named to All-WCC Tournament Team

STOCKTON, Calif.—Infielder Dillon Robinson was the only BYU player named to the West Coast Conference All-Tournament baseball team as the four-team tourney concluded Saturday night. The senior from Pleasant Grove, Utah, batted a combined 4-for-7 for the Cougars in two tournament games, tallyin

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BYU football signs New Zealand rugby player to 2015 recruiting class

Manase Tu’ungafasi of New Zealand is projected to be an offensive lineman and will join the Cougars for fall camp.

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BYU signs New Zealand rugby talent to bolster offensive line

BYU football received more help to its offensive line in a big way late Friday night, signing New Zealand rugby player Manase Tu'ungafasi to a football scholarship.

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M Football - New Zealand’s Manase Tu’ungafasi signs to play football at BYU

PROVO, Utah (May 22, 2015) – BYU added to its 2015 recruiting class late Friday night when 6-foot-7, 322-pound rugby player Manase Tu’ungafasi signed a National Letter of Intent to play football for the Cougars from his hometown of Auckland, New Zealand.  With an 18-hour time differ

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BYU baseball: San Diego eliminates Cougars, 5-4, to end BYU's season

Regular season champion San Diego ousted BYU baseball from the West Coast Conference Tournament on Friday with a come-from-behind 5-4 victory.

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Lone Peak hires Evans to replace BYU's Lewis as boys hoops coach

Lone Peak High School has hired BYU-Hawaii alumnus David Evans as its next boys basketball coach, replacing Quincy Lewis, who left to join the staff at BYU.

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M Baseball - San Diego eliminates Cougars from WCC tourney, 5-4

Tanner Chauncey extended his hitting streak to 11 games in a 5-4 loss to San Diego who eliminated BYU from the WCC Tournament. (Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

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M Baseball - San Diego eliminates Cougars from WCC tourney, 5-3

Tanner Chauncey extended his hitting streak to 11 games in a 5-4 loss to San Diego who eliminated BYU from the WCC Tournament. (Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

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BYU track: Cougars total 44 entries for West Preliminaries

BYU track and field qualified 44 entries for the 2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field West Preliminaries happening May 28-30, in Austin, Texas.

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SUU hires former BYU men's volleyball assistant to women's volleyball team

Mike Wilton, a former BYU men's volleyball assistant and head coach at Hawaii until 2009, has been hired as Southern Utah's assistant women's volleyball coach, the university announced Friday.

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BYU totals 45 entries for West Prelims

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BYU totals 45 entries for West Prelims

Kaylee Packham will lead a group of three BYU women in the 400-m hurdles at the West Prelims May 28-30 (Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

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M Basketball - 2014-15 BYU basketball season review

(Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey) 2014-15 Season Review The 2014-15 season marked BYU basketball’s 10th under Dave Rose and the Cougars turned in yet another strong campaign.read more

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BYU Football Recruiting Profile: Freddy Livai

BYU football has received a verbal commitment for their 2016 class from Fontana, California defensive end Freddy Livai. He plays both offense (TE, FB) and defense (DE, OLB) for A.B. Miller High School and was ranked as one of the top 10 defensive performers at a Rivals Camp series event in Las Vegas (February 2015). He comes to BYU with high praise from his High School coach...