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Former BYU LB Francis Bernard cleared to play for Utah

Former BYU LB Francis Bernard cleared to play for Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Francis Bernard is getting a second chance to continue his football career. The former BYU linebacker was cleared to join Utah and start practicing with the team Monday. The junior will have two seasons of eligibility remaining and is eligible to play with the Utes […]

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BYU leads the way with 4 players named to the Polynesian Player of the Year watch list

BYU leads the way with 4 players named to the Polynesian Player of the Year watch list

HONOLULU, Hawaii – Four BYU football players—Corbin Kaufusi, Butch Pau’u, Sione Takitaki and Moroni Laulu-Pututau—were named to the Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award watch list on Thursday. The Polynesian Hall of Fame announced 50 Polynesian players from 34 different FBS schools with BYU and USC leading all programs with four honorees […]

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Bradshaw Named BYU Baseball Pitching Coach

Bradshaw Named BYU Baseball Pitching Coach

PROVO, Utah — Brigham Young University head baseball coach Mike Littlewood has announced the hiring of Michael Bradshaw as the Cougars’ pitching coach. “Michael brings passion, energy, a great work ethic and invaluable experience from one of the top programs in the country,” Littlewood said. “He’s had the incredible opportunity to […]

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West Coast Conference Unveils 2019 Men’s Basketball Slate

West Coast Conference Unveils 2019 Men’s Basketball Slate

SAN BRUNO, Calif. — The West Coast Conference announced its 2019 men’s basketball conference schedule on Wednesday ahead of what promises to be another exciting year. The race for the WCC regular season crown will stretch over a nine-week span, featuring 16 conference games in a new schedule format adopted in […]

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BYU Opens Camp Today

BYU Opens Camp Today

(Provo, UT)  —  The BYU football team opens preseason camp today. Head coach Kalani Sitake enters his third season and hopes to lead the Cougars to a bounce back season. BYU needs to decide its starting quarterback, with Tanner Mangum, Joe Critchlow and Zach Wilson all in the running.

Wade Transfers To BYU

Wade Transfers To BYU

(Provo, UT)  —  Former Utah Gatorade Player of the Year Jesse Wade is coming home. Wade has decided to transfer from Gonzaga to Brigham Young.  He made the announcement  via Twitter. The former Davis high school standout appeared in 20 games for the Zags last season and averaged 1.3 points.  […]

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Check presented to Rose and Simmons Center for winning INFINITI Charity Challenge

Check presented to Rose and Simmons Center for winning INFINITI Charity Challenge

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As a result of winning the 2018 INFINITI Coaches’ Charity Challenge, BYU men’s basketball coach Dave Rose was presented with a $100,000 check for the Simmons Center for Cancer research. Phil O’Connor, director of Marketing Communications and Media at INFINITI Americas, presented the check at a luncheon […]

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Emery reinstated for 2018-19 season

Emery reinstated for 2018-19 season

PROVO, Utah – The NCAA informed BYU athletics that it has concluded its review of the reinstatement request for men’s basketball guard Nick Emery. As part of Emery’s reinstatement conditions, he will be required to sit out the first nine games of the 2018-19 season. Emery, a junior from Alpine, […]

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Utah Division I Male Athletes Conclude NCAA Track & Field Championships

Utah Division I Male Athletes Conclude NCAA Track & Field Championships

EUGENE, Ore.-Friday at Hayward Field, the NCAA men’s track and field championships drew to a conclusion and while the Georgia Bulldogs emerged as national champions for the first time in program history, several Utah-based athletes excelled as well on the final day of competition. The Utah State men placed a […]

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Dastrup to transfer from BYU

Dastrup to transfer from BYU

PROVO, Utah – BYU men’s basketball coach Dave Rose announced today that Payton Dastrup will transfer from the program. He has two years of eligibility remaining. Dastrup, a 6-foot-10 forward from Mesa, Arizona, lettered two years for BYU. As a sophomore in 2017-18 he averaged 3.3 points and 1.8 rebounds […]

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