USU: The Purple People Eaters of College Tennis

If the Aggies could mix Cougar blue with Ute red what would they have? The perfect rivalry! If you passed kindergarten you'll know that red and blue make purple. Nobody is suggesting that the Weber State Wildcats of the Purple Palace are the perfect rivalry but the Aggies seem to like taking on a Purple … Continue reading USU: The Purple People Eaters of College Tennis

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Utah State’s Undrafted

With the exception of BYU Cougar Fred Warner and Ute Kylie Fitts, nobody else in the Beehive State was drafted in the NFL Draft last week. However, that doesn't mean players can't make noise in minicamps or sign contracts as undrafted free agents. It's time to sing loud about the unsung heroes of college football … Continue reading Utah State’s Undrafted

Breaking News: Coca Cola named the Official sports drink of BYU Athletics

Last year the news that caffeinated beverages would be sold on BYU campus brought shouts of joy across freshman Snapchat stories throughout Provo. "It changed my life," exclaimed an anonymous freshman girl who is working on her M.R.S. degree. Life is now about to change for BYU athletes as well. In a shocking press conference … Continue reading Breaking News: Coca Cola named the Official sports drink of BYU Athletics

The candidates to replace Tim Duryea

Tim Duryea was fired after his third season as the men's head basketball coach for Utah State University. He compiled a losing record of 47-49 over that span. He failed to record any winning record in regular season conference play. This might come as a shock to some after the Aggies surprised everyone and made … Continue reading The candidates to replace Tim Duryea

Kyle is going for Two

No, this isn't a flashback of the Utes vs. the USC Trojans in college football last year when Kyle Whittingham decided to go for a two point conversion. This story is about a different guy whose path took him from Utah to Massachusetts. No we aren't talking about Gordon Hayward. We are talking about Kyle … Continue reading Kyle is going for Two

Naughty Year for Utah Sports

Santa tends to give the nice kids bikes and stocking stuffers while he gives the naughty ones lumps of coal. If he gave presents to sports teams in the Beehive State based on their performances this year though most would be receiving a lump of coal. Here is why: 1. No collegiate basketball team qualified … Continue reading Naughty Year for Utah Sports

Weber and SUU: Smaller is Better

In a very odd year where the best FBS teams in Utah recorded .500 records and have their bowl berths in jeopardy, one might want to flock to the very south to see a college football game with championship implications. In October the Beehive State went several weeks without any of its three FBS recording … Continue reading Weber and SUU: Smaller is Better

Aloha Means Good Bye Detmer

When Ty Detmer was awarded the Heisman Trophy in 1990, many thought that the season would end on a high note. How wrong they were. After defeating #1 ranked Miami (perhaps the greatest win in school history) and finishing the season with 21 NCAA records, Ty and the BYU Cougars were steamrolled by Hawaii 59-28. … Continue reading Aloha Means Good Bye Detmer

2017 Beehive Bowl Projections

Two teams in the Beehive State have chances to go bowling in a few weeks when Bowl Selection Sunday rolls around. While nobody in the Beehive State will get a Sugar Bowl or Orange Bowl in their stockings, there will be plenty of opportunities for an attractive bowl location with a modest payout to their … Continue reading 2017 Beehive Bowl Projections