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Blog: Ziggy Watch: March 1-8; Detroit, Cleveland, and New York possible destinations

Ziggy Watch: March 1-8; Detroit, Cleveland, and New York possible destinations

The attention that Brigham Young Cougars defensive end Ezekiel Ansah is receiving has grown rapidly since the NFL Draft Combine ended. No BYU football player has received this kind of attention as the NFL Draft approached in well over a decade.

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Blog: BYU Football: Did you know? (Sub-4.5 forty yard dash)

BYU Football: Did you know? (Sub-4.5 forty yard dash)

Few things about an individual player in football gets more attention than the player's 40-yard dash time. The Brigham Young Cougars don't get very many players who have blazing fast speed. However, they have played quite a few the last couple of seasons.

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Blog: Flashback: 137-0

Flashback: 137-0

Brigham Young Cougars offensive coordinator Robert Anae has returned to Provo with the mantra "go fast and go hard" for the offense. If there was any time during Anae's previous tenure at BYU (2005-10) that the entire team embodied this mantra, it was a three game stretch in 2008.

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Blog: New BYU coaches have a lot to prove in 2013

New BYU coaches have a lot to prove in 2013

As spring football practices opened for the Brigham Young Cougars, it wasn't just the players competing to fill the holes left by graduating seniors looking to prove themselves.

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Blog: Brigham Young Cougars return to New England in 2014 to play Connecticut

Brigham Young Cougars return to New England in 2014 to play Connecticut

The Brigham Young Cougars have announced a two-game, home-and-home scheduling agreement with the Connecticut Huskies. The series will be played in 2014 and 2015.

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Blog: BYU Cougars Spring Football Burning Questions

BYU Cougars Spring Football Burning Questions

The Brigham Young Cougars open spring football practices today, March 4. It is the first time the majority of the 2013 football team will be able to meet with the new coaching staff and start preparing for next season. The start of anything new brings a lot of questions.

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Blog: Trey Dye--A diamond in the rough

Trey Dye--A diamond in the rough

On February 22, 2013, the Brigham Young Cougars received a verbal commitment from Trey Dye to sign a letter of intent next year to play college football in Provo. Dye saw limited playing time in 2012 at Cooper High School in Abilene, Texas.

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Blog: Mendenhall continues to tinker with BYU coaching staff, raises more questions

Mendenhall continues to tinker with BYU coaching staff, raises more questions

Everyone knew that some coaching changes would be made to the Brigham Young Cougars coaching staff when the 2012 football season was over. The entire offensive staff was replaced in a prolonged process.

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Blog: Former BYU WR Scott Collie's pioneering ReceiverTech program goes national

Former BYU WR Scott Collie's pioneering ReceiverTech program goes national

Former Brigham Young Cougars wide receiver Scott Collie became a pioneer in the field of youth football player development last year. His initial pioneering efforts have been so successful that Collie's program ReceiverTech has expanded nationwide in just its second year.

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Blog: BYU Football: Did you know? (Punts 69 yards or longer)

BYU Football: Did you know? (Punts 69 yards or longer)

While few people like to see the punter trot onto the field, almost everyone likes seeing a punter unleash a booming kick that covers a really long distance. For the Brigham Young Cougars, those really, really long punts have come more often against one opponent.

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