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Patrick Kinahan: Sitake says Mangum set for big season

Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   May 24th - 10:22am

Even though Tanner Mangum might have been the better NFL prospect, the BYU coaches went with Taysom Hill as the starter throughout last season. One year later, Mangum is better prepared emotionally and physically to now be the starting quarterback.

Jazz work out, talk about pro potential of BYU's Eric Mika, Utah's Kyle Kuzma

Andy Larsen  |  Posted   May 23rd - 6:35pm

The Utah Jazz have held draft workouts of BYU's Eric Mika and Utah's Kyle Kuzma over the last few weeks. More information on how those workouts went from the Jazz's perspective, plus some Frank Jackson news, from Andy Larsen.

BYU football’s Koroma named to the Rimington Trophy watchlist

Lindsey Peterson  |  Posted   May 22nd - 5:18pm

Tejan Koroma, BYU football’s starting center, was named to the 2017 Rimington Trophy watchlist Monday. This is Koroma’s second time, as he was also named to the list in 2016.

Utah softball routs BYU to advance to consecutive Super Regional

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 20th - 8:16pm

Utah scored eight runs while batting around in the sixth inning, and advanced to their second-consecutive NCAA Super Regional with a 14-0 win over rival BYU in six innings Saturday afternoon.

Eight-run 3rd helps BYU softball set up rubber match with Utah for NCAA regional title

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 19th - 9:51pm

Libby Sugg went 3 for 3 with four RBIs, including a two-out, two-run home run during an eight-run third inning, to help BYU eliminate Fordham 12-1 in five innings of an NCAA regional elimination game Friday night at Utah’s Demke Family Field.

No. 16 Utah softball rallies for walkoff win over No. 21 BYU

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 19th - 6:10pm

Pinch hitter Hailey Hilburn stroked a one-out single into shallow center field to drive in the game-winning run and Utah walked off with a 3-2 victory over rival BYU at Dumke Family Stadium in Friday’s NCAA Regional.

Bull's one-hitter, defense combine to lead BYU softball to NCAA regional opening win

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 18th - 9:17pm

McKenna Bull spun a complete-game one-hitter, and BYU pounded out 13 hits to shut out the Bulldogs 8-0 in six innings Thursday at Utah’s Dumke Family Stadium.

Patrick Kinahan: Big changes for BYU basketball

Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   May 17th - 10:47am

The fact that BYU basketball failed to live up to the preseason hype meant changes were in store. The Cougars will have two significant changes next season as center Eric Mika is leaving the program and Heath Schroyer is now on the coaching staff.

BYU baseball scores late, holds off UVU rally to sweep season series

Kyle McDonald, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   May 16th - 10:26pm

BYU scored four runs over the final two innings in the UCCU Crosstown Clash to beat UVU 7-6 and sweep the season series between the two teams.

Eric Mika to stay in NBA Draft, foregoes final 2 seasons at BYU

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 16th - 8:42pm

Cougar center Eric Mika will remain in the NBA Draft, he announced in a news release from the university Tuesday night.

Great Clips of the Week: Pres. Trump breaks BYU football news; Will Ferrell hilariously serenades USC grads

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 15th - 11:00am

The Great Clips of the Week include a tribute to college commencements, where Pres. Donald Trump broke news related to BYU football; Will Ferrell took the mic for USC graduates; and Gregg Popovich received the claymation treatment from ESPN.

How locals Kuzma, Mika, Jackson fared at the NBA Draft Combine

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 15th - 8:41am

Kyle Kuzma signed with an agent, Frank Jackson announced his own signing last Friday and Eric Mika’s decision to stay in the draft or return to BYU should be made within the next 10 days.

11th-seeded Utah to host NCAA regional with BYU, Fordham, Mississippi State

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 14th - 9:11pm

The Holy War could be coming to the NCAA softball tournament this week.

No. 18 BYU baseball survives 'Twilight Zone' game with Portland, clinches WCC tourney bid

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 11th - 11:15pm

Bronson Larsen went 2-for-4 with five RBI, and Colton Shaver was 2-for-3 with three RBI to help No. 18 BYU outlast Portland, 23-19 in a slugfest at Miller Park where both teams combined for 43 hits.

Detmer, BYU seeking visionary offense again

Mitch Harper, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   May 11th - 9:37pm

Like his mentor LaVell Edwards, BYU offensive coordinator Ty Detmer looks to redefine offensive football by going against the norm.

Welcome back, Heath: Former BYU assistant returning to Provo as basketball coach

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 11th - 5:04pm

BYU coach Dave Rose announced Heath Schroyer as the program’s next assistant coach, replacing Terry Nashif, who left last month to join the private business sector.

Seniors have seen No. 18 BYU baseball's turnaround, but hope best is yet to come

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 11th - 10:15am

Ahead of its final home series beginning Thursday at 6 p.m. MDT against Portland (9-34, 5-16 WCC), the Cougars are in first place in the WCC with a 17-4 record and can clinch a berth in the conference tournament against the Pilots.

Utah baseball edges No. 18 BYU in 13-inning rivalry thriller

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 10th - 12:16am

Alex Isola scored the game-winning run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 13th inning, and Utah held on for a 7-6 win over rival BYU in a midweek rivalry game Tuesday night at Larry H. Miller Park.

BYU basketball adds Jahshire Hardnett to 2017 roster

Lindsey Peterson  |  Posted   May 9th - 1:50pm

BYU basketball announced on Tuesday that Jahshire Hardnett, a 6-foot 170 pound guard, has signed a National Letter of Intent and will play for the Cougars in the 2017-2018 season.

BYU's Williams, USU's Mays see opportunity in Packers' young running back group

Sean Walker  |  Posted   May 7th - 7:11pm

The Packers’ running back room only has four players in it at the moment, with third-year back Ty Montgomery from Stanford being the elder statesman.