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  • The Minnesota Vikings currently own one pick in each round of the 2015 NFL draft, beginning with the 11th overall selection in the first round. With multiple holes on their roster, it will be critical for the Vikings to make the most of each of their draft selections. ... read more...
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  • The Cougars have some big shoes to fill at the safety position with senior Craig Bills graduating, sophomore Dallin Leavitt bolting for Utah State and sophomore Kai Nacua facing disciplinary measures for his role in escalating the brawl that erupted after the Miami Beach Bowl loss to Memphis. The coaching staff took a step toward filling that vacancy recently, receiving a commitment from ... read more...
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  • If you think BYU’s two overtime losses at the Maui Invitational hurt now, wait until March. Chances for wins over teams with top-100 RPIs don’t come often for coach Dave Rose’s team now that it is in the West Coast Conference, which means Wednesday’s 87-85 loss to Purdue in overtime and Monday’s 92-87 loss to No. 15 San Diego State in double overtime represent lost opportunities... read more...
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  • Speculation has abounded the past few weeks about which BYU players coach Dave Rose will ask to redshirt this year, because there have been no fewer than 18 on the roster. Turns out, only one will redshirt — at least for now. Freshman Jordan Chatman, a returned missionary from Washington and the son of former BYU great Jeff Chatman, will redshirt this season, Rose said Wednesday in his... read more...
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  • There are only four independents in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FCS) of college football — Notre Dame, BYU, Navy and Army. But that doesn’t stop folks from putting out All-Independent teams, which are like all-conference teams, but with less competition. In fact, two such teams came out on Thursday, and BYU players were well represented on both. On the FBS All-Independent Team,... read more...
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  • So your name is Tyler Haws, and you just happened to score 65 points in a pair of basketball games last week, 35 against rival Utah State and 30 against Hawaii. Then you flip on your computer Monday afternoon, only to learn that a teammate is the West Coast Conference Player of the Week. Of course, it is hard to argue against what Kyle Collinsworth did. The junior from Provo High is this... read more...
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  • HARTFORD – Amida Brimah's presence on the court is unmistakable. At 7 feet 1 he's hard to miss, his booming voice can't be ignored and the difficulty opponents have scoring when he's "protecting the rim" is all over the stat sheets.... read more...
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  • Not a lot of news came out of Monday’s BYU football press briefing, as the focus turned squarely on the 26 seniors who will be honored on Senior Day this Saturday. With absolutely nothing to get excited about in terms of the opponent (Savannah State), the spotlight is on guys such as Michael Alisa, Craig Bills, Robertson Daniel, Skye PoVey and Alani Fua. Maybe that’s not such a bad th... read more...
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  • What now? That was the prevailing sentiment Saturday night outside the BYU locker room after the Cougars knocked off Weber State 76-70 in front of 10,122 fans at the Dee Events Center in Ogden. Of course, senior guard Tyler Haws went down with an ankle injury with 3:29 remaining in the game and the Cougars leading 70-52. Haws scored 19 points and had seven rebounds and five assists, with... read more...
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  • BYU coach Dave Rose and freshman center Corbin Kaufusi met with the media throng on Wednesday afternoon after practice to talk about Thursday night’s game against the Pepperdine Waves at the Marriott Center (9 p.m. MST, ESPNU). The overwhelming theme: Pepperdine (2-1 WCC, 9-5 overall) is better than most people believe, and fully capable of knocking off the red-hot Cougars if they donâ€... read more...
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  • LOUISVILLE, Ky. — When Chris Jones is being unselfish on offense, No. 6 Louisville is a completely different team.Tuesday’s 78-63 win against Virginia Tech showed what the Cardinals are capable of when their senior point guard is in a generous mood.Read full article >>... read more...
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  • After BYU downed Southern Virginia 101-48 on Wednesday night, star guard Tyler Haws said playing in the Maui Invitational was a “business trip” for the Cougars. But that doesn’t mean BYU players won’t have any fun on the island, either. “Any time you can go to Hawaii, I think everybody is a bit happier,” Haws said, having made the trip to Honolulu as a freshman when the Couga... read more...
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