Welcome to Wednesday!
We’ve got you covered with your BYU sports roundup, starting with an athletic addition to finalize the BYU basketball roster.
2017 JUCO Guard Kajon Brown commits to BYU hoops
Check out the highlights: The 6’5” guard played this past season at Lee College in New Orleans. Prior to that, he played a year at Tulsa University. Brown will be a junior (with a redshirt year available) for BYU in 2017-18.
ALWAYS TIME FOR FOOTBALL
Guys, Vegas thinks BYU can beat Utah in football
With casinos and sportsbooks rolling out “games of the year” odds for the 2017 football season, BYU football has been featured in lines for 5 games. Here’s a look at what Vegas expects out of the Cougars.
Cougs on Cougs: BYU Football Media Day review (& Eric Mika talk)
Jess and Mary are awesome, and they’re back to talk about football media day and Eric Mika’s next professional steps. Listen, k?!?
Independent preview: BYU will “surprise”
CFN’s Pete Fiutak scribes many a thought on BYU football and where it stands among independents.
Handsome Tanielu eager to live up to lofty expectations
“Tanielu fell short of expectations during his first year at BYU and he realizes as much. For this reason, the 6-foot-2, 310-pound Snow College product is determined to turn things around during his final year in the program.”
Chargers rookie Michael Davis went undrafted, but not unnoticed
“Davis and a few teammates wanted extra work, polishing up technique and trying to get a better grasp of the system. With no guarantees that he’ll have a job this fall, every moment counts.”