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Mika’s second half dominance secures BYU win over San Francisco

When Eric Mika is on fire, BYU is on fire. It’s a simple equation. BYU rode Mika’s career-high 31 points to defeat San Francisco 85–75 at the Marriott Center on Thursday night. “I think I was able to finish some shots that maybe [...]

Old, new and unusual await Cougars in matchup against San Francisco

It’s a mix of the old, the new and the unusual for BYU’s matchup against San Francisco on Thursday night at the Marriott Center. What’s old is the Dons prowess as a 3-point shooting team. What’s new is the leadership [...]

Kalani Sitake defends missionaries and age gap in BYU sports

BYU head football coach Kalani Sitake participated as one of the coaches in the Coaches Film Room during the ESPN News’ coverage of the College football Playoff National Championship between Clemson and Alabama on Monday night. Clemson [...]

If I were in charge of college football: 7 ways to make it even better

If I could pick only one sport to watch for the rest of my life, it would be college football. I love the pageantry, tradition and history of the sport. It’s amazing to watch the thousands of passionate fans that paint their faces, create [...]

5 ways former BYU Coach LaVell Edwards left his mark beyond football

Life encompassed something much greater than winning football games for LaVell Edwards. Nowhere did that message come through more clearly than how he approached building up the players on each one of his teams during his 29-year career as [...]

Cougars prepared for close quarters at Saint Mary’s gym

The BYU basketball team has a big challenge in a tiny space on Thursday night. The Cougars (11–4, 2–0 WCC) take on No. 19 Saint Mary’s (12–1, 2–0 WCC) in the Gaels’ gym. While the gym pales in comparison to Marriott Center’s [...]

Top 10 BYU sports stories on UtahValley360 in 2016

  BYU sports were new this year. BYU football had a new coaching staff. The BYU basketball team began its season with a young squad. Here are the top viewed BYU sports stories on UtahValley360 in 2016. 10. Will the Lone Peak three deliver [...]

#RipLaVell: BYU football fans mourn the loss of LaVell Edwards

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Top 10 LDS stories on UtahValley360 in 2016

Before we head into the new year, we’re taking a look back at what we’ve done in the past. In LDS news during 2016, we saw tragedy and we saw hope. We saw laughter and we saw learning. Here are 10 of UtahValley360’s top stories [...]

How BYU basketball will manage without Kyle Davis after his season-ending injury

It’s the first year BYU has had post depth, but now the bench just got a little shorter. BYU basketball senior Kyle Davis will undergo knee surgery this next week which will end not only this season, but his college basketball career. “It’s [...]

BYU win over CSU Bakersfield exposes pluses and minuses

It was a game of pluses and minuses for the BYU basketball team en route to a 81–71 victory over CSU Bakersfield at the Marriott Center on Thursday night. “I thought our first half might have been as good as we’ve played all [...]

#SportsFail: BYU football players share their most embarrassing moments on the field

When you’re on the field in front of thousands of fans, the answer to the question, “Did anyone see that?” is always “yes.” At the beginning of the season, we asked a few members of the BYU football team what [...]

9 post-pool season places to use your Pass of All Passes

If you think the Pass of All Passes is just for getting your family into Seven Peaks during the hot summer months, think again. Passholders can continue to get great value out of their passes by visiting any (or all!) of these nine attractions [...]

BYU and Wyoming will renew fierce rivalry in the 2016 Poinsettia Bowl

For a second consecutive season, BYU will close out a football season by tangling with a long-time rival in a bowl game. The Cougars will face Wyoming for the first time since 2010 in the Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 21 at 6 p.m. PST (broadcast [...]

BYU football players share the funniest thing a fan has ever said to them

Fans say the darndest things. At the beginning of the season, we asked a few BYU football players what the funniest thing a fan has ever told them. Here are nine are-you-serious statements from BYU fans. Kalani Sitake, BYU head football coach “Someone [...]

Young Cougar basketball team finds rhythm in win over Colorado

Since the beginning of the season, BYU coach Dave Rose has reiterated one point over and over again — his team is young. “We’re kind of a work in progress,” Rose said. “We’re not a polished item at all. Those effort games [...]

Pulsipher leads BYU women’s basketball in noisy game win against Weber State

It was the battle of the threes — and BYU held victorious over in-state foe Weber State 73–64 on Wednesday afternoon in the Marriott Center. While Weber State (6–2) hit most of its threes in the fourth quarter, making 4-of-10, it wasn’t [...]

Out of the slump and back on track, BYU defeats Utah State

BYU pulled itself out of the slump and back on track with a 77–63 win over in-state rival Utah State University Wednesday night at the Vivint Smart Home Arena. “I think the most impressive thing to me was how the guys responded as far [...]

BYU coaches taking responsibility to help basketball team bounce back against Utah State

Following a disappointing upset loss to Utah Valley University, where the Cougars lost 114–104 in their home gym, the Cougars are ready for redemption. And the BYU coaching staff has been prepping its team for a comeback all week. “I think [...]

BYU can’t find answer to hot-handed UVU in UCCU Crosstown Clash upset

Utah Valley University shocked the crowd with its 114–101 upset against BYU in the UCCU Crosstown Crash Saturday night in the Marriott Center. “It’s one of the greatest nights of my life,” said UVU junior Isaac Neilson, a transfer [...]