The Hive Awards: Best Male Athlete

As the year draws to a close we remember the good, the bad and the ugly but hopefully mostly the good. With every bad athlete there are several good and a few great ones in the state. There are so many great coaches at the prep, college and pro level but we decided to choose four nominees that performed exceptionally well and … Continue reading The Hive Awards: Best Male Athlete

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The Hive Awards: Teams of the Year

As the year draws to a close we remember the good, the bad and the ugly but hopefully mostly the good. With every bad team there are several good teams and a few great teams in the state. There are so many great teams at the prep, college and pro levels but we decided to … Continue reading The Hive Awards: Teams of the Year

High School Legends

Everyone has a personal legend in life and sometimes an obstacle gets in the way that makes one forget what they were meant to do. In a classic book called The Alchemist a Shepherd boy who loves to travel realizes his personal legend is to find a treasure near the Egyptian Pyramids. This book has … Continue reading High School Legends

College football Week 4 Survival Guide

Featured Photo of Aggie Super Fan credited to Erica So your Utes are playing BYE U this week, the Cougars are playing an FCS team and the Aggies host Air Force. Pretty boring week right? Wrong! There are plenty of sports going on around the state and the nation to pay attention to. So sit … Continue reading College football Week 4 Survival Guide

The Ten Best Sandlot Quotes

This month on National S'mores Day, the Salt Lake Bees ironically joined in the celebration of the 25th anniversary of The Sandlot which was filmed in Salt Lake City. To say this is one of the best sports movies of all time would be an understatement. Baseball is America's pastime and it was even more … Continue reading The Ten Best Sandlot Quotes

Overcoming the Summer Sports Drought

Summer can be a hard time for sports spectators in Utah. From the time the Jazz are eliminated from the playoffs in May until kickoff begins for college football, one has to get creative to get there local sports fix. Sure there are other sports but none that draw the magnitude of crowds that college … Continue reading Overcoming the Summer Sports Drought

Reputation Nation

In a world where a country girl can turn into the next pop diva tonight, it’s time to compare the new hit singles in Taylor Swift’s new album to some of the greatest moments in Utah sports this year. Ready For It? - Utah Jazz Game 1 Playoffs first round: Nobody was ready for the … Continue reading Reputation Nation

Ridge the Gap

The newest addition to the Cache Valley prep landscape has just ridged the experience gap in the 3A basketball state championships. Every "Juan" in the Dee Glenn Smith Spectrum today watched in awe as private school powerhouse Juan Diego was thwarted by the Ridgeline Riverhawks. The school in the scenic countryside of Millville Utah is … Continue reading Ridge the Gap

Queen Bees

Cassie Broadhead, BYU Basketball: Cassie is the lassie of Provo. She averages a team high 17.1 points per game and also leads the team in blocks with 13 swats this season. She is tied for second in rebounds (52), second in assists (53) and tied for second with 26 steals for the Lady Cougars. Maybe … Continue reading Queen Bees

Beehive Blues

The Aggie women lost in Tucson to the Wildcats of Arizona.  The Aggie men lost in Logan to the Wildcats of Weber State.  The Jazz lost by a point at home to the woeful Sacramento Kings. It's even raining in normally sunny San Diego while the BYU Cougars play the Wyoming Cowboys in the Poinsettia bowl. … Continue reading Beehive Blues