Kyle Collinsworth isn’t on the Jazz training camp roster because he’s a former local college star. He’s on it because, as Jazz coach Quin Snyder said, he’s “a basketball player.” That might sound oversimplistic, but it
BYU’s stunning 27-23 loss to South Florida has sent the keyboard warriors grabbing for their preferred weapons of choice, firing hot takes into the internet ether like the warm layer of inversion soon to envelop the Salt Lake Valley.
Elise Flake had two goals and an assist, Mikayla Colohan added a goal and two assists, and Lizzy Braby supplied a goal and an assist as undefeated No. 6 BYU women’s soccer blitzed visiting Pepperdine 5-1 Wednesday night.
There’s been a lot of soul-searching since BYU’s loss to the Rockets, and a bye week before the next game Saturday at South Florida (1:30 p.m. MDT, CBS Sports) doesn’t do much to make those wounds disappear.
On Sunday, Smith was back at the family confines of Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, where he was inducted into Carolina’s hall of honor during halftime of the Panthers’ 34-27 win over Jacksonville.
The Cougars were selected third in the league in the annual West Coast Conference preseason coaches' poll, the league announced Thursday during its media day in Las Vegas. Yoeli Childs and TJ Haws were selected to the All-WCC preseason squad.
It will be defense that potentially carries BYU to a sixth West Coast Conference championship since joining the league in 2011, a title defense the Cougars open Saturday at preseason co-favorite Santa Clara (2 p.m. MDT, WCC Network).