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BYU Makes the Cut for Snow College DB Keionte Scott

BYU was the first FBS school to offer Keionte Scott a scholarship in May. Since then, the Snow College defensive back has earned offers from Oregon State, San Diego State, Arizona, Colorado, Washington State, Jacksonville State, Western Kentucky, UNLV, and Cal among others. On Sunday, Scott trimmed his list of schools to seven and BYU made the cut. Scott's final seven include BYU, Oregon State, Jacksonville State, Arizona, San Diego State, UNLV, and Cal.
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Best & Worst-Case Conference Realignment Scenarios for BYU

It's really happening. According to multiple reports, Texas and Oklahoma have reached out about joining the SEC. After the original report was published yesterday, I stated my stance on realignment rumors:. "Realignment rumors should not be taken seriously until multiple reliable outlets are reporting the same news." Only hours later,...
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BYU Lands Boise State Quarterback Transfer Cade Fennegan

BYU has found a lot of success recruiting the transfer portal this offseason. That success continued on Thursday when BYU landed Boise State transfer Cade Fennegan. Fennegan is a quarterback that BYU fans might remember from the Cougars' dominant victory over Boise State in November. After starting quarterback Jack Sears suffered an injury on the first drive of the game, Fennegan entered the game as his backup. BYU went on to win 51-17.
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How Speculated SEC Expansion Could Impact BYU

It's that time of year - the time where the college football world speculates on conference realignment. According to a report from the Houston Chronicle, Oklahoma and Texas have reached out about joining the SEC. Before we break down how this speculated SEC news could impact BYU, let's remember that all conference realignment rumors should be taken with a grain of salt. That is not a knock on the Houston Chronicle - they undoubtedly heard something from a very reliable source. Rather, it's important to remember that realignment rumors should not be taken seriously until multiple reliable outlets are reporting the same news.
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BYU Football Position Previews: Wide Receivers

BYU and Arizona kick off in 45 days. With the football season around the corner, it's time to kick off our 2021 position previews. Let's start with the wide receivers. Below are the wide receivers that were on the Spring roster. Reviewing the Spring Roster. Returned Missionaries (Number, Name) NA.
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BYU Basketball: Projecting the Starting Lineup

With the addition of Seneca Knight, the BYU basketball team is ready to make another run at the NCAA tournament. Let's take a look at what the starting lineup could look like when BYU tips off the 2021-2022 season. Last Season's Starting Five. Coach Pope experimented with various starting lineups...
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Seneca Knight Commits to BYU Basketball

It's been 121 days since BYU lost to UCLA in the NCAA tournament. Nearly every day since, the BYU basketball staff has scoured the transfer portal searching for the right players to add to the the 2021-2022 roster. The hours of searching paid off on Monday when LSU transfer Seneca Knight committed to BYU.
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BYU Target Keionte Scott Talks Unofficial Visit, Decision Timeline

BYU was the first FBS school to offer Keionte Scott a scholarship in May. Since then, the Snow College defensive back has earned offers from Oregon State, San Diego State, Arizona, Colorado, Washington State, and Cal among others. When the recruiting dead period (finally) ended in June, Keionte made the trip to BYU for an unofficial visit. I caught up with him to discuss his unofficial visit, decision timeline, and more.
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Pro Football Network Ranks BYU Quarterbacks in Bottom Third of QB Power Rankings

On Monday, Pro Football Focus ranked all 130 FBS quarterbacks. BYU's Jaren Hall, who was projected to be the starting quarterback by PFF, cracked the top 50 at #49. On Wednesday, the Pro Football Network released their preseason quarterback rankings - both Jaren Hall and Baylor Romney were listed as potential starters for BYU. PFN ranked BYU's duo in the bottom third of college football at #88.
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BYU is in Early on Legacy Recruit Devon Rice

In June, BYU was the first to offer 2024 athlete Devon Rice. Devon is the son of former BYU great Rodney Rice, and the brother of 2021 signee Quenton Rice. I caught up with Devon to get an update on his recruitment and discuss his offer from BYU. As a...
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LSU Transfer Seneca Knight Reportedly Set to Visit BYU

We are nearing the middle of July and the BYU basketball staff is still recruiting the transfer portal. The Cougars already added transfer guard Te'Jon Lucas in May - Lucas committed to BYU over fellow finalists Utah, Nevada, DePaul, and New Mexico State. With Lucas on board, the staff is looking for one final addition to round out the 2021-2022 BYU basketball roster. One target that has emerged from the portal is LSU transfer Seneca Knight.
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ESPN FPI Predicts the 2021 BYU Football Schedule

2020 Record: 0-5 After nearly beating USC in their opener, Arizona stumbled to the finish line last season. Their season ended with a 70-7 blowout loss against rival Arizona State and the eventual firing of head coach Kevin Sumlin. That nightmare ending to the 2020 season puts Arizona towards the bottom of the SP+ college football rankings to start the 2021 season.
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ESPN FPI Predicts the 2021 BYU Football Schedule

2020 Record: 0-5 After nearly beating USC in their opener, Arizona stumbled to the finish line last season. Their season ended with a 70-7 blowout loss against rival Arizona State and the eventual firing of head coach Kevin Sumlin. That nightmare ending to the 2020 season puts Arizona towards the bottom of the SP+ college football rankings to start the 2021 season.