Donovan and Rudy Highlight All-Star Debut in Chicago

Donovan Mitchell has been in the All-Star Weekend spotlight before but he did most of his damage on Friday and Saturday night while sitting back and watching the All-Star Game on Sunday. As a rookie, he won the Dunk Contest with some high flying slams with jerseys worn by guys like former Jazz Dunk champ … Continue reading Donovan and Rudy Highlight All-Star Debut in Chicago

BYU Splashes from Deep End

BYU hit a school record 18 three point shots in their 23 point win over Loyola Marymount University on Thursday night. Let's take a deep dive on how the Cougars excelled so much from beyond the arc in this special game. 1. Loyola Marymount does not defend the three well: This is no slight to … Continue reading BYU Splashes from Deep End

Jazz 2020 Game #54 Review

Game Ball goes to: Rudy "Go-Board" Gobert Why? Rudy might not lead the team in scoring most nights but he sure has an impact on his team's winning percentage. Rudy recorded his fifth straight double double with 16 points and 20 rebounds. Five of those rebounds were on the offensive end. He also had some … Continue reading Jazz 2020 Game #54 Review

Aggies at Rams Basketball Recap

Game Ball goes to: Sam Merrill! Why? Sam Merrill came into the game knocking on the door of 2,000 career points. He not only surpassed it but kicked the door open and surpassed Aggie Legend Wayne Estes to move up to third all time in career scoring for Utah State. Merrill started strong and took … Continue reading Aggies at Rams Basketball Recap

Jazz 2020 Game #53 Review

Game Ball goes to: Jordan "6th Man" Clarkson! Why? Honestly he would have been a lock for the game ball last game had it not been for Bojan's heroic game winning three. He has been on an absolute tear lately though as he totaled 55 points in his two night stay in the Lone Star … Continue reading Jazz 2020 Game #53 Review

Jazz 2020 Game #52 Review

Game Ball goes to: "Big Shot" Bojan Bogdanovic! Why? Although he struggled in this game, he scored the game winning three in only his second made field goal of the night. If you watch the play closely you see Donovan is being held up. Even though he is the go to guy the Jazz won't … Continue reading Jazz 2020 Game #52 Review


Graduate transfers are a big deal in every sport. One example outside of football is a graduate transfer runner from BYU who ran for Utah State last season. Dallin Farnsworth led the Aggies to a Mountain West Championship and their best finish ever at the national championships. After a successful campaign at Utah, running back … Continue reading Run DHC

The Jazz Oscars

No this is not Jazz music's attempts to give away awards that nobody knows. This is a chance to shout out the great contributors to the Utah Jazz basketball organization of the NBA. MVP: Rudy Gobert Before this season started most people would think you're crazy to include Gobert in this conversation. In the past … Continue reading The Jazz Oscars

The Return of Mountain Mike

The 10 game win streak for the Jazz finally came to an end last Thursday. In a wild finish the Jazz lost, and then went to overtime, then lost again to the New Orleans Pelicans. It is hard to win that many games in a row in the NBA no matter who the opponent is. … Continue reading The Return of Mountain Mike

Cougars, Aggies, Utes in the 2020 NFL Playoffs

Four teams, three Cougars, two Utes and Aggies remain in a quest for Super Bowl glory. Let's see how they fared in the divisional round! Kansas City Chiefs: Former Utah State running back Darwin Thompson had a critical fumble recovery that could have easily been a lot more yards had he not hesitated. That was … Continue reading Cougars, Aggies, Utes in the 2020 NFL Playoffs