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No Bowl Game for BYU

Tanner Mangum is out for the rest of the season after tearing his ACL during the Fresno State game….another statistic of the injury plagued team. However, Beau Hoge is back on the field after recovering from his injury, giving it another go as the starting quarterback…if he’s healthy. Hoge took over for Tanner in the 4th...
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NEW RACIST COMMENT MADE IN NFL PROTESTING

Colin Kaepernick started a movement to be a voice of justice for men like Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and other murdered African American men. “It was moving to me to see someone who was willing to put everything that they have worked their entire lives for on the line for something bigger than them,” said...
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"Double Minorities" Adjust to Unique Provo Culture

98 percent of BYU students identify as members of the LDS Church and less than two percent are African-American. There are 118 athletes on the BYU Football roster and less than 10 are non-LDS and African-American. Some of these athletes refer to themselves as “double minorities.” Provo’s unique demographic creates quite the culture shock for these double minorities. “It...
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How TJ Haws rose to BYU basketball stardom

Basketball fans may know TJ Haws as a starter on Brigham Young University’s basketball team. Last year he lead the team in minutes as a freshman, and he scored the second most points on the team; however, fans may not know how he got to where he is today. TJ gained his love for basketball...
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Women's basketball scrimmage gives glimpse of upcoming season

The BYU women’s basketball team held their blue & white scrimmage on Oct. 17 at the Marriott Center, giving fans a glimpse of the upcoming 2017-2018 season. The game uncovered both surprises and challenges for the team. “That’s something as a captain I was really proud of, was how well we competed,” Senior Captain Cassie...
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BYU struggles through emotional football season

The Cougars have been taking loss after loss, and it seems to be taking a toll on the overall moral. Heads were down, the energy was low, and a sense of hopelessness lingered in Lavell Edwards Stadium during the Boise State homecoming game. The fans had given up on their team for the night, and...
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Provo-Based Cognitive FX Changing Lives of Concussion Patients

Most concussion-based research is focused around prevention and detection of concussions, but unlike most clinics, Cognitive FX focuses on helping patients recover from their injuries that can linger for years in the brain. The injuries leave people with little hope of once again living normal lives. But doctors at the innovative Provo-based clinic Cognitive FX...
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BYU Athletic Director Tom Holmoe named to Utah Sports Hall of Fame

The Utah Sports Commission announces its 2017 Hall of Fame class which includes a key figure in the BYU Athletic Department. On October 16th, Tom Holmoe becomes the newest addition to the Utah Sports Hall of Fame. Beginning as a player in 1978, and continuing today as BYU’s Athletic Director, Holmoe’s relationship with BYU spans four decades. As...
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BYU Football Retires the Number Six

PROVO – Marc Wilson. Robby Bosco. Luke Staley. Cougar faithful watched these once-in-a-generation athletes lead the BYU football program to new heights during each of their careers. Now, they’re immortalized in Lavell Edwards Stadium for their contributions in Cougar Blue as they join six other Cougar Legends who have received the honor of having their...
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Cavitation experiment could have football implications

College football is in full swing, and that means injuries are, too. But a new experiment connecting fluid dynamics to brain trauma could be a game-changer. BYU running back Riley Burt knows the impact of a concussion firsthand. “My head hit the ground and that’s what caused it.” Burt said. “And I came up and I...
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