The Cougars face the Pepperdine Waves in the first game of the three-day tournament.
Sean Walker | posted May 14th - 4:13pm
Former Oklahoma assistant men's gymnastics coach Guard Young has been hired to fill the vacancy left by Brad and Dawn Cattermole, BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe announced Thursday.
Sean Walker | posted May 13th - 11:54pm
Denver-area amateur side Harpo's FC advanced to the second round of the Open Cup, 4-2 on penalty kicks after both teams played to a scoreless draw with BYU men's soccer Wednesday at South Field.
Sean Walker | posted May 13th - 4:22pm
Former BYU offensive lineman Quinn Lawlor and Utah State tight end Jefferson Court were drafted in the 2015 Canadian Football League draft held Tuesday night.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | posted May 13th - 10:26am
The situation at Baltimore was a direct hit on Guy Holliday, who grew up a few streets away from where the disturbance took place. It prompted him to take action at BYU, telling his co-workers not to make blanket judgments.
Sean Walker | posted May 12th - 4:57pm
BYU goes for its first U.S. Open Cup win in program history Wednesday in its first official home match of the 2015 season against Denver-based amateur side Harpo's FC at 7:30 p.m. at the stadium at South Field.
Ben Anderson, KSL.com Contributor | posted May 12th - 10:20am
With the latest developments in the Big-12, BYU may need to take a leap of faith backwards before taking steps forward.
Sean Walker | posted May 11th - 5:12pm
Former BYU, Kansas and Miami quarterback Jake Heaps signed a contract with the New York Jets on Monday following a week of NFL rookie minicamps that came on the heels of the NFL draft.
Greg Wrubell | posted May 11th - 9:29am
The "Voice of the Cougars" has another weekly BYU football quiz to test your off-season acumen.
Dylan Cannon | posted May 11th - 6:18am
The 2015 NFL draft has come and gone and with it no Cougars were selected. However, 2016 might be a better year for BYU in terms of players drafted. Here are my predictions for BYU's top prospects who are eligible for the 2016 NFL draft.
Jason Shepherd | posted May 9th - 6:00pm
The CSS crew continued to preview BYU football's 2015 opponents with a look at Cincinnati and Fresno State, plus looked at the Jazz offseason and discussed Jimmer's future in New Orleans.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | posted May 6th - 10:10am
BYU is sending a strong message with the amount of money it will pay athletes as part of the new cost of attendance regulations. The question now becomes how much will the extra money mean when it comes to choosing a college.
Cleon Wall | posted May 5th - 10:38pm
Former BYU quarterback Max Hall was sacked, but not by an opposing defense last year. Hall spoke with the media Tuesday for the first time since his high-profile drug addiction.
Alex Clark | posted May 5th - 3:47pm
Who is each school's most successful undrafted free agent of the last 10 years?
Greg Wrubell | posted May 4th - 9:45am
BYU football training camp opens in just over three months. Continue the countdown to camp with another weekly trivia test, from the "Voice of the Cougars."
Dave Noriega | posted May 4th - 8:47am
BYU will pay a cost of attendance stipend to student athletes that ranks in the top 10 percent in the nation, and more than both the University of Utah and Utah State.
Josh Furlong and Sean Walker | posted May 2nd - 6:22pm
The 2015 NFL Draft wrapped up Saturday, concluding a three-day event for prospective athletes to test their talents at the professional level.
Sean Walker | posted May 2nd - 5:53pm
Johnny Linehan scored 15 points, including five of the Cougars' final 12 with an assist on another five, to help BYU hold off Cal 30-27 on Saturday in the Varsity Cup final at Rio Tinto Stadium.
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