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UVU officially announced Mark Pope as its new head coach at a press conference Tuesday afternoon, just hours after the former BYU assistant coach had gone through a team meeting and workout with his squad of players on campus.
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'Friday Night Lights' fuel offense, optimism at BYU spring game

Sean Walker  |  posted Mar 27th - 11:00pm
Whatever it was, BYU football players were happy Friday night after the annual spring game, walking with a spring and smiling as they spoke with reporters and posed for photos on fans' smartphones.
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Former Cougars look to impress NFL during Pro Day

Jason Shepherd  |  posted Mar 27th - 3:02pm
NFL scouts were in Provo on Friday to work out 17 former BYU football players looking to make it to the National Football League.
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BYU Pro Day prospects hope to boost draft stock while seniors eye own futures

Sean Walker  |  posted Mar 26th - 3:32pm
BYU will hold its annual Pro Day on Friday morning at 9 a.m., giving the seniors one more shot at competing — for a potential spot on an NFL roster ahead of April's draft.
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BYU offense shines in practice, ready for spring scrimmage

Katie Nielson  |  posted Mar 25th - 10:38pm
BYU's offense has been playing well in practices, and it's ready to prove itself at the spring scrimmage.
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Mathews hopes to improve on 'by far the best' BYU spring session yet

Sean Walker  |  posted Mar 23rd - 4:33pm
When wide receiver Mitch Mathews says this year's BYU squad is having a great spring practice session, he demands attention. After all, it isn't the first go-round for the senior approaching his fifth season at BYU.
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Coordinator Anae credits 'stud' BYU defense for offense's spring success

Trevor Woller  |  posted Mar 23rd - 1:34pm
With BYU's prolific offense accumulating a lot of the attention, offensive coordinator Robert Anae made sure to single out the high level of play he has seen from BYU's defense this spring.
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Bailey's double-double not enough as BYU women drop physical opener to Louisville

Sean Walker  |  posted Mar 21st - 6:11pm
The 14th-seeded BYU women's basketball team dropped its NCAA Tournament opener, 86-53, to No. 3-seed Louisville in Tampa, Florida, in a physical — often chippy — competition.
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Cougar Sports Saturday: March 21, 2015

Jason Shepherd  |  posted Mar 21st - 6:00pm
The CSS crew recapped the BYU basketball season with head coach Dave Rose, looked ahead to the rest of spring football, and talked with tennis legend Andre Agassi.
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Hines-Allen has 19 points, Louisville beats BYU 86-53

Mark Didtler, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 21st - 5:50pm
Louisville used its opportunistic defense to get off to a fast start in the NCAA Tournament.
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With spring scrimmage a week away, Mendenhall pleased with team's progress

Jaren Wood  |  posted Mar 20th - 2:21pm
With the spring scrimmage a week away, Bronco Mendenhall is very pleased with the way his team has progressed. Taysom Hill is feeling better than he has felt since the injury, and Mitch Matthews is having a very impressive spring.
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BYU and SEC's Mississippi State announce home-and-home football series

Jason Shepherd  |  posted Mar 20th - 9:56am
BYU will host Mississippi State at LaVell Edwards Stadium in 2016, and will travel to Starkville in 2017.
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Report: SEC grants BYU 'Power 5' schedule status, Cougars add Mississippi State

Greg Wrubell  |  posted Mar 19th - 12:47pm
According to an ESPN report, the SEC will treat BYU as a "Power 5" school for non-conference scheduling purposes, just as SEC member Mississippi State schedules the Cougars in 2016 and 2017.
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