PG Jordan Chatman, son of BYU great Jeff Chatman, has committed to coach Dave Rose after fielding offers from Stanford, Washington State, Utah and BYU.
I'm excited to see what he has to offer and it looks like BYU is stacked for the years to come. Let's hope though that he doesn't have to worry too much about living up to the legend that his father...they play different positions.
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Former BYU running back Matt Bellini shares his thoughts about BYU going independent, scheduling as an independent, and the national BYU brand. He also interprets some comments by Brandon Doman with regards to J.J. Di Luigi.
All in all, the BYU media day was what it is supposed to be: a pep rally for the season. Media and fans had access to players and coaches. The football program was pumped up as being the program that would get the most exposure of any school in the nation this year. Optimism was high.
The Brigham Young Cougars are officially independent in football. As of midnight last Friday, July 1, 2011, they were no longer members of the Mountain West Conference. Ever since this move was announced August 31, 2010, many perceived that BYU was making this move as a statement that it was comparable to Notre Dame. While BYU has made it clear that this was not the motive, we can still ask the question: Is the BYU football program an elite program?
While the rest of America is waiting until Monday, July 4th to celebrate independence, Cougar Nation is celebrating today. The Brigham Young Cougars football team is officially a college football independent. BYU now embarks on a new journey in uncharted waters.
BlueCougarFootball.com has started its annual Top 10 list. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Ty Detmer's senior season, the list is the Top 10 Ty Detmer moments at BYU.
The list features commentary from Ty Detmer himself for each of the 10 moments.
As a freshman, Heaps set new standards for BYU freshmen quarterbacks in almost every statistical category. He won a bowl game and was named the game’s MVP. Joining the club appears to be there for the taking.
The years 1986-88 have been labeled "the down years." As the years went by, "the down years" would be pushed further and further to the side until they fell completely off the BYU football map. Looking back on this three year period, 25 years after it started, it becomes evident that "the down years" were, actually, not so down.