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By almost any account, Tyler Haws' career at BYU was a standout success. Now he's looking forward to "the next step": a professional basketball career.
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Jimmer needs to look Down Under for role model

Patrick Kinahan, Contributor  |  posted May 27th - 10:16am
Jimmer Fredette hasn't done much during his four years in the NBA and probably needs to change his game to get another contract. He should pattern his play after Matthew Dellavedova, the scrappy Australian making his mark with Cleveland.
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Citing family reasons, McGown resigns as BYU men's volleyball coach

Sean Walker  |  posted May 26th - 5:26pm
Third-year BYU men's volleyball coach Chris McGown announced his sudden resignation Tuesday, citing the need to spend more time with his family and seek other business opportunities.
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BYU student turns app design into multi-million dollar company

Jasen Lee  |  posted May 26th - 7:24am
Garrett Gee is an unlikely technology entrepreneur. The 26-year old BYU student parlayed his first mobile app design into a multimillion-dollar company that has provided his young family with financial security.
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Greg Wrubell's Cougar Quiz No. 5

Greg Wrubell  |  posted May 25th - 4:24pm
Get your (short) work week off to a trivial start with the latest Cougar Quiz, from the "Voice of the Cougars."
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BYU signs New Zealand rugby talent to bolster offensive line

Sean Walker  |  posted May 22nd - 11:28pm
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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Lone Peak hires Evans to replace BYU's Lewis as boys hoops coach

Sean Walker  |  posted May 22nd - 8:05pm
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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BYU baseball looks to make run in WCC tournament

Nathan Harker  |  posted May 21st - 4:29pm
The Cougars face the Pepperdine Waves in the first game of the three-day tournament.
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Can Hill take Young's place as the best dual-threat QB at BYU?

Dylan Cannon, Contributor  |  posted May 21st - 1:10pm
Taysom Hill has dazzled fans with his incredible athleticism in his three years as a Cougar. Can he become enough of a passer to take Steve Young's place as the greatest dual threat quarterback in BYU football history?
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Greg Wrubell's Cougar Quiz No. 4

Greg Wrubell  |  posted May 18th - 9:40am
The start of another week means another "Cougar Quiz" from Greg Wrubell. Test your BYU football acumen with ten questions designed to inform and entertain.
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Cougar Sports Saturday: May 16, 2015

Jason Shepherd  |  posted May 16th - 6:00pm
The CSS crew previewed 2015 BYU football opponents, Utah State and Missouri, talked with O-line coach, Garett Tujague, and caught up with former Cougars, Margin Hooks and Fred Roberts.
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In Mendenhall's defense we trust?

Nathan Harker  |  posted May 15th - 11:04am
Bronco Mendenhall is a proven defensive genius. Will taking control of the defense lead to a successful 2015 season?
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BYU hires alum Guard Young as gymnastics coach

Sean Walker  |  posted May 14th - 4:13pm
Former Oklahoma assistant men's gymnastics coach Guard Young has been hired to fill the vacancy left by Brad and Dawn Cattermole, BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe announced Thursday.
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BYU soccer falls to Harpo's FC on penalties in Open Cup first round

Sean Walker  |  posted May 13th - 11:54pm
Denver-area amateur side Harpo's FC advanced to the second round of the Open Cup, 4-2 on penalty kicks after both teams played to a scoreless draw with BYU men's soccer Wednesday at South Field.
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Pair of locals taken in 2015 CFL draft

Sean Walker  |  posted May 13th - 4:22pm
Former BYU offensive lineman Quinn Lawlor and Utah State tight end Jefferson Court were drafted in the 2015 Canadian Football League draft held Tuesday night.
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Guy Holliday delivers great message to BYU

Patrick Kinahan, Contributor  |  posted May 13th - 10:26am
The situation at Baltimore was a direct hit on Guy Holliday, who grew up a few streets away from where the disturbance took place. It prompted him to take action at BYU, telling his co-workers not to make blanket judgments.
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Back for first time since 2007, BYU soccer is hoping for Open Cup run

Sean Walker  |  posted May 12th - 4:57pm
BYU goes for its first U.S. Open Cup win in program history Wednesday in its first official home match of the 2015 season against Denver-based amateur side Harpo's FC at 7:30 p.m. at the stadium at South Field.
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BYU football may require step back, and hope for steps forward

Ben Anderson, Contributor  |  posted May 12th - 10:20am
With the latest developments in the Big-12, BYU may need to take a leap of faith backwards before taking steps forward.
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