I'm glad some of your site authors have been covering the team themselves. They're worth the attention. Black Shoe Diaries, who do exemplary coverage of Penn State women's volleyball, don't have anything up on their main page about men's. Aaaaand I'm not planning on posting this link there. Yeah, your boys are pretty well favoured.
Bronco Mendenhall talks about the new offense, quarterbacks and contract extension afte the first spring practice.
And they're not a bad team (though they're on a 4-match slide now). BYU look pretty good for an NCAA tournament berth, though the reality is it's probably 2 spots for 3 teams with them, UC Irvine, and Long Beach State (with Stanford still potentially able to play spoiler, but they're outside-looking-in as of now). In this wide open volleyball season, I couldn't even guess who it'll be.
Looks like Lark is admitting that there was something wrong on the coaching staff. He says some interesting things, definitely worth the read if you haven't already.
After dropping last night's match despite having been up 2-0, it was a very strong showing tonight for the Cougars. Perhaps most encouraging for BYU fans was the fact that freshman outside hitter Ben Patch played what was really his first complete match as a collegian. First three matches this season, he played scintillating first sets only to fade as the match went on. Tonight, he was error-free on 15 swings for an .800 hitting percentage as BYU cruised to victory. Next up for the Cougars is an important conference matchup with UC Irvine. The Anteaters were picked preseason to win the MPSF and the Cougars to finish second, so it's a battle of two highly-rated teams.
They looked very solid in a three-set victory over Hawaii, who are admittedly a bit of a conference lightweight. The Cougars will have to find the best lineup combination to carry them through the season before tougher competition arrives, as they had several players at nearly every position in last night's match.