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BYU loses offensive line coach Ryan Pugh to Troy's offensive coordinator vacancy

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 14th - 4:06pm

BYU offensive line coach Ryan Pugh will become the next offensive coordinator at Troy, guiding his own offense for the first time under new head coach Chip Lindsey, the Trojans announced Monday afternoon.

Great Clips of the Week: BYU gymnast collects stars, smashes Goombas in Mario-inspired floor exercise

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 14th - 11:01am

Are you a sports fan or a video game nerd? If you’re like me, you might be both, and if so, this is the video for you.

Locals in the NFL Playoffs: Andy Reid’s Chiefs (finally) advance to host AFC championship; Taysom Hill sparks Saints' win

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 13th - 6:49pm

Former Cougar offensive lineman Andy Reid, now the head coach in Kansas City, led the Chiefs to a 31-13 win that helped the Chiefs to their first win over the Indianapolis Colts in five tries in an AFC division game.

Haws' clutch 3 helps BYU hold off Santa Clara, 80-74, for consecutive wins

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 12th - 11:03pm

Yoeli Childs had 27 points and six rebounds, and BYU used a 17-4 run bridging the two halves to pull away from Santa Clara, holding on for an 80-74 win Saturday night in the Marriott Center.

No. 3 Utah gymnastics wins 40th-straight over BYU with season highs

Holli Joyce, Contributor  |  Updated Jan 11th - 11:55pm

No. 3 Utah pulled off season-highs on three of four events in its 197.25-196.475 victory, earning its 40th-straight win over BYU on Friday.

BYU basketball not in a good place, but improving thanks to win, rare homestand

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 11th - 6:29pm

After the Cougars’ 79-56 home win over Portland in front of a home crowd Thursday night, there’s a little more of a spark around a program that recently went through its worst nonconference stretch since joining the West Coast Conference in 2011.

BYU pulls away from Portland for much-needed win in return home, 79-56

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 10th - 9:55pm

Yoeli Childs poured in 28 points, 12 rebounds and three assists, and McKay Cannon added 11 points and four assists to help BYU pull away from visiting Portland, 79-56 in the first men’s basketball game in the Marriott Center in 29 days.

KSL Pick'em: USC fan wins $500, Aggies best overall fanbase

Robert Jackson and Glenn Swan,  |  Posted Jan 10th - 11:54am

KSL College Football Pick'em wrapped up its fourth season on Monday as Clemson throttled Alabama 44-16 to claim the 2018-19 National Championship trophy.

No longer a newcomer, Gabi Garcia Fernandez stepping into leadership role for No. 5 BYU men's volleyball

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 10th - 11:47am

The 6-foot-7 sophomore from San Juan, Puerto Rico, knows the 2018 season — just his second full year in Provo — will be his year to be a leader for the No. 5-ranked Cougars.

BYU's Jahshire Hardnett back in practice as Cougars play at home for first time in 29 days

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 9th - 6:12pm

Hardnett, the embattled Cougar point guard who lost a starting role last week and appeared visibly frustrated during BYU’s 88-66 loss at Saint Mary’s over the weekend, returned to practice Wednesday in preparation for the Cougars’ Thursd

Patrick Kinahan: Several issues hindering BYU basketball

Patrick Kinahan, Contributor  |  Posted Jan 9th - 11:33am

BYU is in the midst of a disappointing basketball season, needing a strong conference season to at least get into the NIT. Several issues are plaguing the Cougars, chief among being the lack of perimeter shooting. BYU is not good at 3-point shooting.

BYU's Riley Burt will graduate, transfer to add to Cougars' running back shortage

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 9th - 10:58am

Junior running back Riley Burt announced late Tuesday night that he will graduate and transfer away from BYU following the upcoming semester, according to a post on his Twitter account.

BYU guard Jahshire Hardnett reportedly to transfer, still in 'the process' of decision

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 8th - 7:21pm

Mired in the wake of four losses in the past five games, the Cougars have lost point guard Jahshire Hardnett for the remainder of the season, according to multiple reports.

BYU DB Isaiah Armstrong to transfer; TE Dallin Holker leaving on a mission

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 8th - 2:32pm

The senior-to-be safety announced this week that he will graduate from BYU in April and immediately seek a transfer away from the Cougar football program.

Locals in the NFL Playoffs: Davis’ Chargers hold off Weddle’s Ravens in wild-card round

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 6th - 8:25pm

Michael Davis made two tackles and two passes defender in the Chargers’ 23-17 win over Baltimore in Sunday’s wild card round of the NFL Playoffs.

Ford leads Saint Mary's by BYU for first win of WCC play, 88-66

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 5th - 11:49pm

Jordan Ford had 23 points, four assists and two steals, and Malik Fitts added 18 points, nine rebounds and four steals as Saint Mary’s picked up their first conference win of the year, 88-66 over BYU Saturday night at McKeon Pavilion in Moraga, California.

Taysom Hill documentary, photo series released by New Orleans Saints

Idaho State Journal  |  Posted Jan 5th - 6:55pm

A 12-minute documentary featuring Pocatello native Taysom Hill was released Thursday by the New Orleans Saints. Hill is a third-string quarterback for the Saints who has gained stardom this season by playing a variety of roles on the team, including on special teams.

Defense spurs BYU women to 6th-straight win, 55-44 over Loyola Marymount

Sean Walker,  |  Posted Jan 5th - 4:41pm

Brenna Chase had 14 points and four assists, and Shaylee Gonzales added 13 points and seven dimes to help the BYU women’s basketball team pull away from Loyola Marymount, 55-44 for the Cougars’ sixth-straight win.

BYU releases renderings of updated look to LaVell Edwards Stadium for 2019 season

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 4th - 7:33pm

BYU released a first look Friday at the renovated LaVell Edwards Stadium, which undergo construction and be ready in time for the 2019 season.

Big first half helps BYU hold on for first road win, 90-87 at Pacific in WCC opener

Sean Walker,  |  Updated Jan 3rd - 11:55pm

TJ Haws scored 24 points to go along with six assists, including four 3-pointers, to help BYU hold on at Pacific, 90-87 for the Cougars’ first road win of the season Thursday night at the Alex G. Spanos Center in Stockton, California.