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Greg's 'Cougar Quiz' #15

Posted Jul 30th - 7:11am by Greg Wrubell

The long college football offseason comes to an end this week, as BYU players report on Thursday and begin preseason practices on Friday.

We've been helping to pass the time before camp with weekly BYU football trivia quizzes--the last of which is now posted for your brain-teasing pleasure.

So, give it a whirl, and pass it along to your BYU-fan friends and colleagues. If you do well, let us know about it on social media. For the record, "well" can usually be considered anything over 50%. Good luck!

'Cougar Quiz' #14

Posted Jul 23rd - 8:00am by Jason Shepherd

BYU fall camp is inching closer and there's no better way to get ready for the 2014 season than to test your knowledge on all things Cougar football.

Everyone likes to see how they did against their friends, so make sure you share it with everyone you know. Good luck!

Hill adds Walter Camp Award nomination to watch-list tally

Posted Jul 18th - 8:47am by Greg Wrubell

BYU quarterback Taysom Hill has been named a nominee for the Walter Camp Award, given annually to the college player of the year.

Hill is one of 50 nominees for the award, which has never been won by a BYU player. This year's watch list includes 33 offensive and 17 defensive players.


BYU's Williams named to watch list for Doak Walker Award

Posted Jul 17th - 8:38am by Greg Wrubell

BYU running back Jamaal Williams was on Thursday named as one of 53 nominees for the Doak Walker Award, presented annually to the nation's premier running back.


Through his sophomore season, Williams stands 10th on BYU's career rushing yardage list. He ran for 1,233 yards in 2013--the 5th highest single-season total in BYU history. He has recorded eight games with 100-plus rushing yards, while his 219 rushing yards at Nevada last season are fifth-most by a BYU player in a single game.

BYU QB Hill on Davey O'Brien Award watch list

Posted Jul 16th - 9:58am by Greg Wrubell

A week after attending the prestigious Manning Passing Academy as a counselor and competitor, BYU quarterback Taysom Hill on Wednesday added another stamp to his expanding preseason portfolio with a nomination for the Davey O'Brien Award.


Given annually to the nation's best quarterback, the Davey O'Brien Award has been won four times by BYU signal-callers, most recently by Ty Detmer, who captured the award in 1991. Detmer also won the honor in 1990; other BYU winners were Jim McMahon in 1981 and Steve Young in 1983. No other school can claim more than BYU's four winners of the Davey O' Brien Award.

Greg's 'Cougar Quiz' #13

Posted Jul 15th - 10:37pm by Greg Wrubell

With the start of BYU football training camp just around the corner, the number of weekly 'Cougar Quiz' camp primers is dwindling; this week's trivia test is the third-to-last exercise before the players start popping the pads in Provo.

So here we go with quiz number 13; avoid the temptation to use search windows or other electronic aids, give it your best shot, and be sure to share the quiz with your friends and do a little horn-tooting over a good score!


More watch list honors for BYU's Fua; Kaufusi, Peck also recognized

Posted Jul 14th - 9:54am by Greg Wrubell

The second week of college football preseason-award watch list releases began Monday with nominee rosters unveiled for the Butkus and Rotary Lombardi Awards, and BYU's Alani Fua appeared on both lists.


Fua is one of 51 nominees for the Butkus Award, given to the nation's best linebacker, while Fua is joined by teammates Bronson Kaufusi and Remington Peck on the 123-player watch list for the Rotary Lombardi Award, honoring the nation's best offensive/defensive lineman or close-to-the-line linebacker.

3 more Cougars named to preseason award watch lists

Posted Jul 10th - 10:05am by Jason Shepherd

PROVO — BYU linebacker Alani Fua and safety Craig Bills were both named to the 2014 Bronko Nagurski Preseason Watch List on Thursday. The Bronko Nagurski Award is given to the most outstanding defensive player in college football.

Fua, who is also on the watch list for the CFPA Linebacker Trophy, enters his senior season with 5.0 career-sacks, 82 tackles (63 in 2013) and three interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown. The 6-foot 5-inch, 228-pound Fua has been a durable player for BYU, playing in 34 out of a possible 39 games while in Provo.

The 6-foot 1-inch Bills is coming off an impressive junior season which included 78 tackles and two interceptions. In 2014, the senior from Provo is expected to be one of the anchors of a very deep and talented secondary.

Greg's 'Cougar Quiz' #12

Posted Jul 9th - 11:36am by Greg Wrubell

A month from now, the BYU football team will be into its second week of preseason camp. In the leadup to workouts, the weekly 'Cougar Quiz' is here to help pass the time and sharpen the wits of BYU football fans.

Any score over 50% can be considered respectable. Anything in the 70-90% range is commendable, while a perfect score is something you can put on your résumé.

Good luck on this week's quiz, and as always, be sure to share the quiz on social media, and tweet out your results--if you did particularly well.

BYU's Mahina, Fusi named to preseason award watch lists; more honors for Hill

Posted Jul 8th - 9:16am by Greg Wrubell

The roll-out of college football's preseason awards watch lists continued on Tuesday, with BYU players Devin Mahina and Edward Fusi both honored by inclusion on nominee lists for their respective field positions.


Mahina was one of 38 players named to the nominee list for the John Mackey Award, given to the nation's outstanding tight end, while Fusi is one of 66 nominees for the Rimington Trophy, awarded to the nation's premier center.

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