1. Graham Rowley Ready to Contribute at BYU

    Graham Rowley, from Waialua High School in Hawaii, is an amazing athlete with speed and explosiveness rarely seen in a player of his size...

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  2. The MWC Should Invite Boise State

    The Mountain West Conference will hold its annual meetings June 6-8 in Jackson, Wyoming and the eyes of the college athletics world will be watching...

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  3. Jacob Hannemann to Play Two Sports at BYU

    Jacob Hannemann, from Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah, was already holding a partial scholarship from BYU to play baseball, when Cougar head football coach Bronco Mendenhall showed up with a full-ride offer to play football...

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  4. Jordan Johnson Is Prepared for Life at BYU

    When asked about Jordan Johnson’s athletic ability, Brooks School head coach Alex Konovalchik summed it up in three words: “He was spectacular!” The 5′11″, ...

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  5. Cougar TE Sampson Seeking His Own Path

    Bryan Sampson (Courtesy Deseret News) He’s usually one of the last people to leave the building at Pleasant Grove High School these days...

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  6. Jordan Black's Unlikely Road to BYU

    Alta High's Jordan Black signed a letter of intent to play for the BYU Cougars this past February. The decision was a surprise to many who knew Black, since he had grown up as a big University of Utah fan...

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  7. BYU DT Travis Tuiloma Is a Man Among Boys

    Though just 17 years old, future BYU defensive tackle Travis Tuiloma is already an imposing physical specimen on the football field. He may also be the biggest hidden gem in what is considered the best recruiting classes in many years at BYU...

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  8. BYU Cougar's Toloa'i Ho Ching Plays Through Pain

    BYU landed one tough cookie when Alta High linebacker Toloa’i Ho Ching signed to play football with the Cougars last February. The 6′0″, 225-pound Cougar-to-be played virtually his entire senior season with a shattered knee cap...

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  9. Interview with Manu Mulitalo (Video)

    2010 BYU Football signee Manu Mulitalo of Granger High School in West Valley City, Utah has been described by one recruiting website as a "road grader" with a nasty streak...

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  10. Cougars Must Move Forward Without Unga

    Harvey Unga has played his last game as a BYU Cougar and his former teammates are now left with the task of moving forward without their team leader on offense...

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  11. BYU Football's 2010 Class Features Fewer Missionaries: How Will It Affect Team?

    In February the BYU Cougars signed one of their most talented football recruiting classes in recent memory. It could be one of the most stable classes as well, with fewer players than normal planning to serve LDS Church missions...

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  12. Big Ten Expansion: Who's Staying and Who's Leaving?

    Reports are surfacing that the Big Ten has made offers to Nebraska, Missouri, Notre Dame, and Rutgers to join the conference, with one other school to be offered if the others accept...

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  13. Glens Falls Excited by Jimmer's Decision

    Provo wasn’t the only place that gave a big sigh of relief when Jimmer Fredette decided to forgo a shot at the NBA this year and return to BYU for his senior season...

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  14. Interview with Drew Phillips

    Drew Phillips He’s become an internet legend. A 2010 BYU football signee, Drew Phillips from Boaz, Alabama has speed to burn and is looking forward to bringing his talent to Provo this fall...

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  15. 2010 NFL Season: Tonga Talks About Raiders Camp

    Manase Tonga made a nice impression this past weekend at the Oakland Raiders mini-camp. In fact, according to a San Francisco Chronicle report earlier this week, the former BYU Cougar ...

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  16. Jan Jorgensen Still Hoping for a Shot

    I just spoke with Former BYU DE Jan Jorgensen this morning. Though it’s not looking good, he and his agent are still hoping that an NFL team will give him a shot...

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  17. Expansion? BYU Must be Proactive

    BYU Football Takes the Field It appears the world of college athletics is about to experience a new world order. And BYU officials cannot afford to get caught with their proverbial pants down...

    Brett Richins Written by Brett Richins about 4 years ago 557 reads 2 comments

  18. Tonga Hopes to Hear His Name Called Today

    Manase Tonga If an NFL team happens to be looking for a good fullback in the final rounds of the NFL Draft, there’s a pretty darn good one in Provo, Utah...

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  19. Big Week for the “Janimal”

    Jan Jorgensen Jan Jorgensen is waiting by his phone this weekend, hoping that he won’t have to rely on the Social Studies Education degree he received yesterday at BYU’s April Commencement, at least in the immediate future...

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  20. What the Loss of Unga Could Mean

    Harvey Unga The news that Harvey Unga has left school and will likely not be in uniform for BYU this coming season drastically changes the outlook for 2010. It also changes some things coaches had in mind for some offensive wrinkles this year...

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  21. BYU Football's Boys of Summer

    With so many young players in key positions, the importance of a well attended summer training program is crucial. As many college students understand, the summer can be the best times of a youngsters life...

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  22. Passing on the BYU Tradition

    Saturday’s youth clinic and open practice reminded me of just how great BYU football is and had me reminiscing about the many years of enjoyment I have received from this program as a fan...

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  23. More Talent to Arrive for BYU in the Fall

    BYU Freshman WR Ross Apo We’ve spent some time this week discussing many of the new faces this spring on the BYU football team...

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  24. Youth Served on the BYU Defense

    Thomas Bryson (Courtesy BYU) As the Cougars near the end of spring football practice, it’s becoming obvious that a handful of freshman and a JC transfer are likely to be key defensive contributors in 2010...

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  25. An Open Letter to Jimmer Fredette

    Jimmer, you are faced with a huge decision that will impact the rest of your life… should you go or should you stay? Let me offer you some sage (tic) advise...

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