BYU’s path to the Big 12 started with an unorthodox decision. The Cougars left the Mountain West in 2011 to play as an independent in football. BYU for 12 seasons cobbled together oddball schedules and racked up travel miles. The Cougars had the specific purpose of maintaining and perhaps even reviving a dormant national brand. Independence helped get more eyeballs on BYU football through an eight-year deal with ESPN. It also might have helped land the Cougars in the Big 12.
PROVO, Utah — With another round of snowy weather blanketing the Wasatch Front, Saturday’s previously scheduled scrimmage at LaVell Edwards Stadium looked a little bit differently than head football coach Kalani Sitake had originally planned. The Cougars moved the workday roughly midway through spring practices back to the 20-year-old indoor practice facility, ran a few […]
March Madness is heading to the Sweet 16 without a handful of top teams. Two No. 1 seeds, Kansas and Purdue, No. 2 seed Arizona and No. 4 seed Virginia are all gone — and gone with them are millions of busted brackets.
The University of Utah football team won the Pac-12 Championship and fans are still talking about the game. Many came down to the campus bookstore the next day, including a very spirited woman named Pam Cannon.