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BYU basketball: Bailey leads Cougars to second win in Spain

Morgan Bailey’s second straight double-double led BYU women’s basketball to a 55-52 victory over Euskadi, the Basque National Team. With the win, the Cougars improved their record to 2-0 o

BYU W Basketball

Game day, team's second game

San Sebastian, Spain (Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Deseret News

BYU volleyball: Cougars ready for challenging 2014 season

BYU women’s volleyball looks to continue its success from last season as the Cougars prepare for another tough schedule...

BYU W Basketball

Bailey leads Cougars to second win in Spain

Morgan Bailey’s second straight double-double led BYU women’s basketball to an impressive 55-52 victory over Euskadi, the Basque National Team (EUS). The Cougars improved their record to 2-0 on their tour through Spain. Bailey had game highs in points with 22 and in rebounds with 11. Nai

Deseret News

Preseason viewer’s guide: Clash of the Cougars in Detroit

Two former BYU defenders, Ezekiel Ansah and Kyle Van Noy, could face another ex-Cougar, Harvey Unga, when the Jacksonville...

Hillsdale Magazine

Kyle Collinsworth's ACL Recovery

BYU Swim/Dive

Ice Bucket Challenge-John Brooks Swim Coach

BYU Head Swim Coach John Brooks accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Daily Herald

Poppinga preps young linebackers for their moment

BYU outside linebackers coach Kelly Poppinga remembers what it was like to be a young player looking up at the guys he would one day attempt to replace.

Vanquish the Foe

College football and food, two of my favorite things.

Football and food have a long relationship with each other. How does LES stack up to other stadiums when it comes to offering great food? It's hard to think about the start of a new football season without images of food popping into my head.  Football and food just seem to go together, and li

Salt Lake Tribune

BYU football: Bowl blunders forced renewed emphasis on special teams

Provo • When BYU football coaches watch film of last December’s 31-16 loss to Washington in the Fight Hunger Bowl, it quickly becomes clear why the Cougars failed to extend their bowl winning streak to five. “Special teams play killed us,” said outside linebackers coach and special teams coordinator Kelly Poppinga. “If that doesn’t happen in the Washington game, I believe we have a really good chance to win that ...

Salt Lake Tribune

BYU, though imperfect, deserves better from the Power 5

The more Tom Holmoe talked during his recent media summit, the more it became clear that he knows what you know that he knows that you know: BYU isn’t just an independent. It is alone. It has been left out by the five power leagues of college football, the programs by which the Cougars measure themselves, the schools and teams that have what they want: exposure, scheduling, access, relevance, opportunity ...

10 reasons Mendenhall is still the right guy at BYU

Entering his 10th season as the leader of the BYU football team, here are my top 10 reasons (in no particular order) why coach Bronco Mendenhall is still the right guy for the job.

Depth still key for BYU offensive line, but freshmen may start

Last season, BYU attempted 14.3 more plays than the average FBS team (75.6), which is why offensive line coach Garett Tujague knows he'll need a group of players ready for the season opener Aug. 29. Two freshmen are right in that mix to start.

Daily Herald

BYU players, coaches gather to enjoy family atmosphere at the Cougar Kickoff

BYU head football coach Bronco Mendenhall reached out and took the phone, saying, "Hello ... yes, this Bronco Mendenhall."

Loyal Cougars

Podcast 151: Defense and Special Teams Preview

In Episode 151, Matt and Adam talk about Johnny Manziel, Taysom Hill's Heisman chances, and Alani Fua's status as an NFL prospect. They move on to preview of the BYU defense and special teams, incl...

Loyal Cougars

Happy Steve Young Day: 8 Days to Kickoff!

8 Days to Kickoff! Steve Young Today we celebrate the fourth and final retired jersey number at BYU, Steve Young’s number 8. Quarterback Freshman 1980; Sophomore 1981; Junior 1982; Senior 1983 6’2″, 198 pounds Greenwich High School (Greenwich, Connecticut) Class of 1980 1983 Davey O’Brien Award First-Team All-American First Round USFL Draft Pick (LA Express) […]

Vanquish the Foe

Cougar Kickoff Countdown: 8 Days

Just over one week until the Cougars will play the Huskies! No BYU quarterback has had a more successful career than #8 Steve Young. Young played for BYU from 1980-1983 and although he wanted to play quarterback, the offensive coordinator refused to play a left-handed quarterback. He started to

Vanquish the Foe

BYU Football: Cougar DBs Look to Set Tone for Defense

The foundation of any successful defense is the secondary. Thankfully, the Cougars have some players who are definitely up to the task of holding down the back end of the field, and it all starts with their strong safety, Craig Bills. The foundation of any successful defense is the secondary. Of c

Daily Herald

BYU football adds speed to enhance team potential

Anyone remember when football was a game about “three yards and a cloud of dust?”

Daily Herald

Preseason Position Breakdown: BYU's backfield has highest marks