The last time a North Dakota team came to Salt Lake City it was for a matchup against a different PAC-12 opponent. The Fighting Hawks basketball team faced the nationally ranked Arizona Wildcats. While the game was close in the first half, the Power 5 school eventually prevailed in the second half at Vivint Smart … Continue reading North Dakota in Salt Lake again
It was closer than many would have predicted given the fact that Odds Shark had BYU as 25.6 point favorites. While BYU fans betting on the over might have been punished for their gambling transgressions, they were not punished as far as the scoreboard was concerned. The Cougars still prevailed over the Portland State Vikings … Continue reading BYU sinks the Viking’s ship in home opener
For two decades Al Lewis called basketball and football games for the Utah State Aggies. That contract came up and an agreement was not reached. Enter Scott Garrard. Who is this broadcaster you ask? He's known by many as Scotty G on The Zone Sports Network radio show. Many sports fanatics in Utah tune in … Continue reading New Voice of the Aggies
There has been a lot of talk on Twitter on how the Aggies have "imprisoned" Joe Tukuafu by not allowing him to be released of his contract per NCAA rules. He will be required to abide by the one year transfer rule before he can play for BYU as planned. This doesn't sit well with … Continue reading Should Tukuafu be released?
After an abysmal 3-9 season last year it's hard to believe the Aggies can go anywhere but up. The only thing worse than that would be something from the Brent Guy era. After so many close losses last year one would think it's time for luck to swing back in their favor. This might prove … Continue reading Aggie 2017 Football Preview
Last year BYU braved a tough schedule with 6 opponents from Power 5 conferences and 6 other tough opponents from the Group of 5 and FCS. They managed to win 9 games including the final Poinsettia Bowl against the Wyoming Cowboys. This year the Cougars will have a similarly difficult schedule against four Power 5 … Continue reading BYU 2017 Football Preview
Last year the Utes finished the regular season at 8-4 and went on to barely beat Indiana in the Foster Farms Bowl. It was a season that began with high expectations when they hosted the undefeated Washington Huskies for college game day only to barely lose their second game. They went on to drop games … Continue reading Ute Football 2017 Preview
32 years ago Karl Malone thought the Pioneer Day parade on his birthday was for him as he was just starting out on the Jazz. 32 years later here is a rhyme to look back at the famous parade and the parade worthy accomplishments that the Mailman would deliver throughout his career: Mailman! Yeah, #32 … Continue reading 32 Parade
The Jazz need a new hashtag this year. #TakeNote is great but the NBA world already took note of their impressive first round victory against the Clippers followed by getting swept by the Warriors. On the flip side, they also took note of the former Jazz star Gordon Hayward burning his former team twice in … Continue reading Onward: The Next Jazz Hashtag?
Hard defense creates easy offense. It sounds like a stereotypical high school basketball motto that is sometimes true. But does that turn a Jazz offense that lost their top two scorers into the Golden State Warriors? Not so fast. The Jazz have hovered around a top 5 defensive team the last few years in the … Continue reading Utah Jazz: Let’s get defensive