For a while Dylan Collie played football at a school in Hawaii. No, BYU-Hawaii didn't bring their athletics programs back, much less a football team. However, little Dylan learned to be a great football player on and off the field in his three seasons with the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. Dylan comes from a family of … Continue reading BYU Preview: Collie living right in Hawaii and Provo
By: Daniel Olsen (Featured Photo credited to the The Utah Statesman) Here is a fun fact for you: What happens in Vegas doesn't really stay in Vegas. 40 million tourists per year in Vegas come and actually don't stay. They actually fly home and continue to live average lives. All that stays in Vegas are … Continue reading Sin City vs Win City
By: Daniel Olsen October 11, 2018 (Featured photo credited to Deseret News) One quarterback is a dual threat. The other quarterback.... is a dual threat. Both of them are talented enough to give opposing defenses trouble yet neither of them could compete in the Clydesdale division of a race (over 200 pounds). So just what … Continue reading Utes Preview: Athletic QBs square off
Featured image courtesy of Deseret News By: Daniel Olsen October 6, 2018 Three years ago the bowl selection committee did something to tick off Ute fans. They matched them against BYU in the Las Vegas Bowl despite them going out of their way to not play their rival during the season. The Utes got the … Continue reading Fantasy Matchup: Aggies vs Utes in the Las Vegas Bowl
(Photo courtesy of USA TODAY) By: Daniel Olsen 10/01/2018 It is reportedly the first time that BYU and Utah were both playing college football on the same day at the same time in the Evergreen State. It was also close to the same time. The Utes started at 4 PM MST and the Cougars started … Continue reading The Evergreen vs the Beehive State: What went wrong
(Featured photo credited to SI.com) By: Daniel Olsen 9/16/2018 One year ago BYU lost games to cellar dwellers in East Carolina and UMass. They had lost their identity. They were 0-2 against in-state teams for the first time since 2010. Bowl eligibility seemed like their ceiling. Three games into the season the Cougars are looking … Continue reading Jump Around Provo!
By: Daniel Olsen September 11, 2018 (Image by collegefootballnews.com) In week 1 the Utes beat Weber State easily, the Aggies nearly beat #11 ranked Michigan State and BYU beat the promising Arizona Wildcats. But how much does this really tell us about these teams? It might tell us a little bit but not a whole … Continue reading Week 2 Recap: Is your team that good?
Utah State hasn't finished with a winning record since 2014 but aside from the Mountain West Media, many among the Aggie faithful believe the blue and white have a great chance to have a special season. Outside of Boise State no team looks invincible in the Mountain West but even the Broncos have beaten beaten … Continue reading USU 2018 Football Preview
Whether you blame it on injuries, the weather, the coaching or the refs, there's no way escaping that the Cougars had an embarrassing 4-9 season last year that they are unaccustomed to experiencing in Provo. The loyal and true in the royal blue will need to have faith and support their team this year even … Continue reading Cougar Football Preview
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