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Arizona rides early lead to 6-1 victory over BYU

Arizona rides early lead to 6-1 victory over BYU

TUCSON, Arizona (April 17, 2018)—Arizona jumped out to an early lead and rode the arm of Juan Aguilera en route to a 6-1 defeat of BYU baseball on Tuesday night. Aguilera (5-0) twirled a one-hitter through six innings before surrendering his second hit of the evening as the Wildcats improved their record to […]

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Prep Sports Roundup: 4/17

Prep Sports Roundup: 4/17

Boys Soccer Region 15 RICHFIELD, Utah-Trace Boggess posted a hat trick and the Manti Templars blanked Richfield 3-0 Tuesday in Region 15 boys soccer action. Jason Thomas earned the shutout for Manti. MOAB, Utah-Louis Rodriguez found the net twice, helping the North Sanpete Hawks get past Grand 4-3 in Region […]

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Topalovic Added to Runnin’ Ute Roster

Topalovic Added to Runnin’ Ute Roster

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah men’s basketball team added Novak Topalovic to the 2018-19 roster, Runnin’ Utes head coach Larry Krystkowiak announced on Tuesday. Topalovic, a 7-0 forward/center, will make the move to the U as a graduate transfer, following a three-year career at Idaho State. “We are thrilled to have […]

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Jamal Willis Coming To Gunnison High School For Football Clinic

Jamal Willis Coming To Gunnison High School For Football Clinic

GUNNISON, Utah-Former BYU football star tailback Jamal Willis will be in Gunnison Saturday for a one-day speed-agility camp per the official Twitter account of Gunnison High School football. Willis, who played 11 games for the San Francisco 49ers in 1995, was a standout tailback at BYU from 1991-1994, amassing 4,065 […]

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George, Mitchell questionable for Game 2 of Thunder-Jazz

George, Mitchell questionable for Game 2 of Thunder-Jazz

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Thunder forward Paul George and Utah guard Donovan Mitchell, the leading scorers for their respective teams in their first-round playoff series, are questionable for Game 2 on Wednesday. George scored 36 points in the opener and set a team playoff record with eight 3-pointers in Oklahoma […]

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Tauriawn Knight Set to Join Utah State for 2018-19

Tauriawn Knight Set to Join Utah State for 2018-19

LOGAN, Utah – Utah State head men’s basketball coach Craig Smith announced the addition of Tauriawn Knight on Tuesday. Knight is a 6-foot-1 guard from Edmond Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Okla., who was recently named to the Oklahoma Super-5 team as one of the top-five prep players in the […]

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Free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant suggests interest in playing for former division rival New York Giants

Free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant suggests interest in playing for former division rival New York Giants

Scott Clarke/ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant expressed interest in continuing his career playing for a team in the NFC East division. One team that appeals to the former All-Pro: the New York Giants. Speaking with 247Sports.com, Bryant called the prospect of playing for the Giants […]

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Former New York Jets Nick Mangold announces retirement, will sign one-day contract with team

Former New York Jets Nick Mangold announces retirement, will sign one-day contract with team

Allen Kee/ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Nick Mangold wore one uniform during his eleven-year NFL career. He took a year off after the New York Jets released him following the 2016 season, and now, he will retire a Jet. Mangold announced his retirement on Twitter Tuesday morning, saying he will sign […]

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Bees rally falls short

Bees rally falls short

(Albuquerque, NM)  —  The Bees ninth-inning rally fell short as they fell to the Isotopes 12-11 in Albuquerque. Trailing by four entering the ninth Salt Lake City rallied for three runs.  David Fletcher and Chris Carter homered in defeat. Parker Birdwell surrendered eight runs on 11 hits over four-and-a-third with […]

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Boston Marathon winner on slowing down for teammate: ‘There was a ton of American pride on the line’

Boston Marathon winner on slowing down for teammate: ‘There was a ton of American pride on the line’

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Boston Marathon winner Desiree Linden said the moment she slowed down to wait for a fellow U.S. runner was actually a “turning point” for her in the race — and actually prevented her from dropping out of the grueling race. “We closed the gap and we […]

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