The official 2012 @TailgatingBYU Football/Tailgating season map. This lot is the one on the corner of 2230 N. 150 E. (About 3 blocks north of LES). This will be ground zero for tailgating this football season. Come and enjoy! (CLICK HERE to enlarge) An empty RV stall does not necessarily mean a spot is available -- these are just the spots that we know who has reserved them. If you have any questions, drop them in the comments and we can add answers when they become available. This can be a one-stop info page for emerging questions on how the new tailgate experience will work.
From our friend @MakJae9, bringing it hard again with some Greg Swaim meme-age. (From this video)
This is a rendering on the new NuSkin video board that will go above the South End Zone, accompanied by the video ribbon above the top rim of the stadium. There will be a companion board & ribbon above the North End Zone as well.
welcome to SBNation, kewgies. This frog fan and blogger hopes our teams haven't seen the last of each other. And I'm still ticked that y'all scuttled the MWC!
At noon Mountain Time today, BYU will officially be part of the West Coast Conference. This looks to be the new WCC logo as found on the conference's store section of the website. What do you think?
Jimmer Fredette featured on the Front Page of CNN-SI.com today. Caption: "With Jimmer Fredette and a high-powered offense, BYU could be a sleeper candidate to go far in the tournament." Stewart Mandel's "Five tips on picking your bracket" also includes the following: "As for this year's top seeds, some people don't trust Kentucky's youth. Others think Duke is overrated. And even the biggest Kansas proponents can't deny what a tough draw the Jayhawks garnered. For me, however, the most vulnerable is Syracuse, which didn't play nearly as well late in the season as it did earlier and may now be without center Arinze Onuaku for at least its first two games. Meanwhile, one of my two favorite sleeper teams in the whole field, BYU, is sitting on the other side of that region."