5 plays that changed the game for BYU against Utah State

LOGAN – A flurry of turnovers doomed BYU’s chances to retain possession of the Old Wagon Wheel. The Cougars fell 40–24 to Utah State at Maverik Stadium on Friday night after committing seven turnovers. USU scored 26 points off of those takeaways. It marked the most turnovers Utah State forced in a single game since […]

Utah universities place in Top 100 Safest Colleges in 2017

The results are in and the National Council for Home Safety and Security announced its Top 100 Safest Colleges for 2017, which includes multiple Utah colleges. Two Utah County universities made the list with Brigham Young University ranking at No. 25 and Utah Valley University sitting at No. 32, the last of the Utah universities to make the […]

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 as the energy that we played,” said BYU coach Dave Rose … […]

8 vegetables that will flourish in your Utah Valley garden

The last frost of the year is mere weeks away, and Utah County’s garden centers are bustling as residents make plans for their summer gardens. Whether you’ve got a solid green thumb or can’t tell the difference between a weed and a seedling, these expert ideas will get your garden growing. Here are eight vegetables […]

Fall gardening: 5 things you should plant right now

The weather is getting cooler, but that doesn’t mean you can let your green thumb hibernate just yet. According to the Utah State University extension office in Provo, certain vegetables thrive in Utah’s cool fall climate. Here’s what the USU extension experts recommend planting this fall:   1. Cold-weather greens including lettuce, spinach and kale […]

Feeling Blue: Insider tips for USU vs. BYU

I am true blue. No, not BYU blue. When I say true blue, I mean Aggie blue. Since 2004, when I received my USU student ID card, I have been the epitome of a true-blooded Aggie from Utah — sagebrush loving and all. But as a Utah Valley writer, I am conflicted. I am an […]