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BYU spring football: Cougars begin preparing for Arizona in camp's final week

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Mar 29th - 4:38pm

BYU’s coaching staff has had all spring to focus on putting in a new offense and defense during the first 13 practices of spring camp. When Tuesday rolled around, it was time for a new look: Arizona’s, to be exact.

Creighton's big lefty drawing BYU's attention ahead of NIT quarterfinal

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Mar 21st - 8:39pm

BYU’s next opponent has a big, left-handed center who shoots well from the field and has proven to be a matchup nightmare for a lot of post players his team has visited. Sound familiar?

BYU spring football: Tautu's move from OLB to DE taking shape

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Mar 18th - 6:03pm

There have been plenty of changes around the BYU football offices over the last few weeks, so Sae Tautu's move from linebacker to defensive end has gone largely unnoticed. But maybe it shouldn't.

BYU spring football: New staff leaning on 'really mature group' of Cougar classmen

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Mar 15th - 8:35pm

Kalani Sitake's first spring camp as head coach of BYU football was bound to have a few hiccups as he and a new staff adapted to the unique culture, challenges and players of an established program.

BYU spring football: Sitake and staff get involved on the field

Freddy Woods, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Mar 9th - 12:21pm

The BYU football coaching staff is slowing down the pace to emphasize correct technique, and they're getting involved on the field to make their point.

BYU's Bernard makes 'exciting, thrilling' move from RB to LB

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Mar 3rd - 1:52pm

BYU linebacker Francis Bernard was one of a handful of full-time position changes as BYU continued the first spring practice session Thursday under new head coach Kalani Sitake, and he's adapted to his new role with little difficulty.

Williams' return, dance moves highlight BYU football's first spring practice

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Mar 1st - 8:49pm

BYU running back Jamaal Williams returned to the team after taking a break in August, when BYU announced that the senior from Fontana, California, was leaving school for a semester for "personal reasons."

Greg Wrubell's All-WCC Selections

Greg Wrubell  |  Posted  Feb 28th - 7:53am

As the West Coast Conference prepares to unveil its all-league picks, the "Voice of the Cougars" weighs in with his postseason honorees.

Fischer takes 'stinger' to shoulder in practice; Seljaas bruised but working

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Feb 9th - 9:16pm

BYU men's basketball returned to practice Tuesday after Saturday's stunning 77-72 home loss to Pacific, but got bad news in the first few minutes: guard Chase Fischer was taken off the court with a shoulder injury.

Q&A with Tom Holmoe: BYU AD opens up on Notre Dame series, Big 12 expansion and more

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jan 29th - 4:06pm

BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe held his semiannual roundtable discussion with members of the local media Friday morning in Provo. Here are a few takeaway from the half-hour discussion.

Cougars looking forward to home games

Andrew Sorensen, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Jan 27th - 5:30pm

Coach Dave Rose talks about how it feels to be back at home after a long stretch on the road. Also a look ahead at what it will take to finish the season strong.

West Coast wobbles trouble BYU

Greg Wrubell  |  Posted  Jan 17th - 11:18pm

In its fifth season as a West Coast Conference member, BYU is having a tougher time with league foes than it did as a member of the Mountain West.

Dave Rose: Consistency key for BYU

Cory Gill  |  Posted  Jan 13th - 2:32pm

On Tuesday night's "Rose Show," BYU head coach Dave Rose and guest player Zac Seljaas discussed the keys to getting a win Thursday night in Spokane. Above all the Cougars need to be consistent throughout the game on both ends of the court.

Rose and players prepare for a busy Christmas

Blake Dorton, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Dec 19th - 10:10am

This week's edition of the radio show "BYU Basketball with Dave Rose" previewed an important stretch of games continues on Christmas Day in Hawaii as part of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic.

Las Vegas-grown Wadsworth, Nacua happy to return home for BYU-Utah rivalry

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Dec 17th - 10:12am

Kai Nacua and Michael Wadsworth grew up in Henderson, Nevada and took different routes to BYU, but both are excited to return home for the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl against archrival Utah.

Amid coaching change, BYU players trying to focus on Utes and Las Vegas

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Dec 10th - 8:45pm

It isn't easy, but BYU's football players are trying hard to focus on the upcoming Las Vegas Bowl matchup against archrival Utah.

Will BYU and Utah fans spend in 'Sin City'?

David Boyle  |  Posted  Dec 9th - 9:45pm

Las Vegas Bowl executive director John Saccenti met with BYU media along with coach Bronco Mendenhall to talk about BYU and its connection to the Las Vegas Bowl

BYU assistant coach Quincy Lewis debuts on 'Rose Show'

Tanner Apeland  |  Posted  Dec 9th - 12:19pm

Coach Quincy Lewis is a master at making the most of an opportunity given to him; particularly in his path toward become an assistant basketball coach at BYU.

Deseret Duel adds another chapter tonight

Blake Dorton  |  Posted  Dec 2nd - 7:08pm

BYU men's basketball is preparing for its one and only meeting with in-state rival Utah tonight at the Huntsman Center. Losers of two straight in the Deseret Duel, BYU coach Dave Rose admitted the game means a lot.