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BYU and LSU to open 2017 season in Houston

Posted Jan 8th - 12:45pm by Greg Wrubell

BYU will face LSU in the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff on Sept. 2, 2017 at NRG Stadium (formerly Reliant Stadium), it was announced on Thursday.

"We are thrilled to announce that LSU and BYU will be competing in the 2017 AdvoCare Texas Kickoff game at NRG Stadium to open the college football season," said Jamey Rootes, President of the Houston Texans and Lone Star Sports & Entertainment. "We look forward to hosting these two great football programs and their passionate fan bases for what has become a Labor Day weekend tradition in Houston. This game reinforces the reputation that Houston and NRG Stadium have earned as a premier destination for college football."

"We continue to be pleased with the growth of the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff," said Pete Derzis, Sr. Vice President, ESPN Events. "Both teams have a great fan following and rich history, which will continue to bring a high level of interest to our game."

BYU hopes to be healthy against a tough Pepperdine team

Posted Jan 7th - 6:52pm by Jason Shepherd

PROVO — The BYU Cougars are riding a three-game winning streak into Thursday night’s home game against Pepperdine. The 13-4 Cougars return to the Marriott Center after a 2-0 road trip that saw the team’s offense come to life. In wins over Santa Clara and San Francisco, BYU jumped out to big leads early on the strength of hot shooting.

BYU finds stride with four-guard lineup

Posted Jan 6th - 11:59pm by Trevor Woller

PROVO — The BYU Cougars, fresh off a convincing WCC road swing in the Bay Area, are feeling confident heading into a week of home games. BYU, which won both games against Santa Clara and San Francisco by at least 30 points, has now won three games in a row since switching to a four-guard starting lineup. BYU head coach Dave Rose discussed his team’s improved play last week during his weekly radio show on Tuesday night.

"I think our guys can be really proud of what we did," Rose said. "It was really fun to watch … you can see the defense, they are trying to figure out which guy to stop, and the ball just moves.”

Rose and Cougars ready for WCC road play

Posted Dec 30th - 11:59pm by Mitch Davis

PROVO — Coming off a busy December full of victory and defeat, the BYU Cougar basketball team prepares to enter not only a new year but a full slate of West Coast Conference games.

BYU starts new year with WCC road swing

Posted Dec 30th - 5:52pm by Greg Wrubell

The last time the BYU basketball team played a game outside the state of Utah, Thanksgiving turkeys were still in the freezer, and the Cougars were being soothed by ocean breezes.

Not since the Maui Invitational in late November have the Cougars played a game they had to reach via air travel. BYU has played nine games post-Maui: six home games, two in-state away games (at Utah State and Weber State), and a neutral-court game in Salt Lake City.

Now comes the Cougars' first West Coast Conference road swing, through Santa Clara and San Francisco, this Thursday and Saturday.

Despite injuries, Cougars are feeling confident as they host Gonzaga in WCC opener

Posted Dec 26th - 4:18pm by Jason Shepherd

PROVO — With a record of 10-3, the BYU basketball team enters its West Coast Conference opener against Gonzaga Saturday with confidence and a three-game winning streak.

Rose ready to move forward to next opportunities

Posted Dec 16th - 11:59pm by Mitch Davis

PROVO — Coming off a week of in-state battles, BYU head basketball coach Dave Rose took time in his weekly coach’s show to talk about the positives he is seeing in his team as well as answer the big question on the minds of Cougar fans, coaches and players alike: how is Tyler Haws?

Cougars ready to go bowling in Miami

Posted Dec 16th - 3:52pm by Mitchell Marshall

PROVO — On Monday, BYU is playing in a bowl game for the 10th straight season and looking to improve its record in that streak to 7-3. The Cougars will take on the Memphis Tigers, a team ranked 5th in the nation in points allowed; opponents have averaged just 17.1 points against them this season.

The Tigers took home a share of the American Athletic Conference crown led by AAC Coach of the Year Justin Fuente and AAC Defensive Player of the Year Tank Jakes. Two of their three losses were to top 25 opponents in UCLA and Ole Miss.

Memphis runs a similar 3-4 defense to BYU, and senior running back Paul Lasike says that brings familiarity and provides confidence.

BYU defense doesn't want to repeat last season's bowl game

Posted Dec 15th - 6:12pm by Mitch Davis

PROVO — As the BYU Cougars approach their Miami Bowl contest versus the American Athletic Conference co-champion Memphis Tigers, the defense is looking to not repeat last year’s bowl experience.

Mendenhall opens up on Big 12, coaching search

Posted Dec 12th - 4:07pm by Mitchell Marshall

PROVO — BYU hasn’t played football in nearly two weeks and has a bowl game to look forward to in 10 days, but there’s been no lack of attention for the program.

More fuel was added to the BYU fire because of the Big 12 and the College Football Playoffs; the head coaching job at Bronco Mendenhall’s alma mater Oregon State opened up; and BYU lost players and staff.

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