Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 21st - 10:57am
After stumbling on offense for most of the past two seasons, BYU appears ready to make significant improvement on ending drives in the end zone. Not only does quarterback Zach Wilson return as the starter, but most of the coaches on offense are back.
The official end to fall camp will come shortly after a scrimmage Wednesday. But even so, the Cougars have already begun looking ahead to the 2019 schedule — which starts next Thursday, Aug. 29, against in-state rival and No. 14-ranked Utah.
Between cultural excursions, museum and art gallery tours, and plenty of pizza, what else can the BYU basketball team do over the next week while it visits Italy to prepare for the 2019-20 season? Oh yeah, maybe play a little hoops.
Sean Walker and Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Aug 18th - 10:23pm
Hill completed 11-of-15 passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns to rally the Saints to a 19-17 win over the Los Angeles Chargers in front of a less-than-lively crowd at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 14th - 11:36am
In another sign indicating a national following, BYU is expected to have more than 7,000 fans at its football game next month at Tennessee. Over the years, BYU has shown to have fans everywhere, as exhibited by its ability to schedule national powers
Media weren’t allowed to watch (a handful of parents and Cougar Club members were present for the whole practice, which featured around 75 “live” reps), but offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes seemed to agree: the Cougars have running backs.
BYU's Yoeli Childs will be suspended for the first nine games of the 2019-20 season, the school announced Friday afternoon, as a result of a review of NCAA agent and draft rules and reinstatement standards by the governing body of college sports.
The Thunderbirds were among four other schools added to the Maui on the Mainland regional round, a setup that will include its first trip to play the Cougars since 2007 and a road game at Pac-12 historical power UCLA.
Before they could develop anyone this year, Utah Royals FC Reserves first had to identify players. So when Amy LePeilbet was named head coach in January, she started recruiting — and she started at BYU, Utah and the state's other top talent.
Wait, a college football coach “excited” about his team in fall camp, when everyone is undefeated and each team looks more like Clemson than the College of Charleston? Stop if you’ve heard this before.