BYU assistant coach Mark Pope, filling in for head coach Dave Rose, started the Coach's Show with a look at last week's games for BYU against Eastern New Mexico at home and Baylor on the road. The Cougars defeated the Greyhounds 95-62 and fell to the Bears 79-64.
Pope broke down the Eastern New Mexico victory, highlighting Tyler Haws' performance and other players off the bench who were able to contribute quality minutes. Haws finished the game with 19 points to lead all players.
"When we're attacking, we're really good. When we're rushing the ball and scoring at a consistent pace, we're unbeatable and that's really when we're at our best."
BYU's second game of the week, on the road against Baylor, was also broken down with Pope highlighting the Cougars' play in the first half and acknowledging improvements the team will look to make throughout the rest of the season.
Coach Pope finished the show by previewing BYU's upcoming opponents, talking about BYU's rebounding game and exploring how the rest of the West Coast Conference teams are shaping up through the regular season.
Watch the full show on KSL.com and don't miss head coach Dave Rose on KSL 5 TV at 11 p.m. MST on Sunday nights.
The BYU men’s basketball team (8-3) will travel to Texas to play the Baylor Bears on Friday night at 8 p.m. CST on ESPN2. Also listen live on KSL Newsradio 102.7 FM and 1160 AM.
The Cougars have won three-straight games, most recently a 95-62 victory over Eastern New Mexico. Tyler Haws led BYU with 19 points against the Greyhounds while teammates Brandon Davies, Agustin Ambrosino and Cory Calvert also contributed double-digit points with 17, 14 and 10, respectively.
Haws has been the team's leading scorer in five games this season and Davies has now scored in double figures in 18-straight games, dating back to last year.
Baylor is 7-3 on the season with one of its program's biggest wins coming a couple weeks ago over No. 8 Kentucky in a 64-55 final. It was Baylor's first-ever non-conference road win against an AP Top 25 team and snapped Kentucky's nation-leading 55-game home winning streak. The victory also provided some payback after the Wildcats ended Baylor's 2011-12 season in the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight on an 82-70 score.
Most recently, the Bears defeated USC Upstate 73-57 behind 17 points from redshirt junior Cory Jefferson.
Baylor finished the 2011-12 season with a 30-8 record and a run to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.
Dec 18, 2012 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 2:32 pm | Permalink
See what Brandon Davies, Nate Austin and Dave Rose had to say after practice on Monday, Dec. 17. BYU plays Eastern New Mexico today at 7 p.m. MST on BYUtv and KSL Newsradio. Video courtesy BYUtv Sports.
Cheryl Rose, Coach Rose's wife, joined the show briefly to talk about the Children with Cancer Foundation and the recent Christmas event the team hosted.
"This is truly a night where the guys can get outside themselves and help others."
The show concluded with Coach Rose breaking down the team's zone defense against Weber State, catching up with what happened last week around the West Coast Conference and talking about what's coming up for the Cougars.
Watch the full show on KSL.com and don't miss Dave Rose on KSl 5 TV every Sunday night at 11 p.m. MST.
The BYU men’s basketball team (7-3) returns to the Marriott Center on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. MST when they host NCAA Division II opponent Eastern New Mexico. The game will be broadcast live on BYUtv and KSL Newsradio 102.7 FM and 1160 AM.
The Cougars are coming off their first true road win, a 78-68 final over Weber State, behind a career-high 33 points from Brandon Davies. Davies scored 18 points in the first half on his way to a career night.
Tyler Haws also scored in double digits for BYU, finishing with 23 points. Haws and Davies combined for 30 of BYU's 36 points in the first half.
Eastern New Mexico comes to Provo with a 5-5 record for just the second time in the series. The Greyhounds have lost their last two-straight games to Cameron University and, most recently, Cal Poly. Against the Mustangs junior Rodney Blackman led all scorers with 22 points, going 3 for 7 from the 3-point line. Blackman is a transfer this season from West Los Angeles College.
The Greyhounds finished the 2011-12 season with a 14-14 record, falling in the first round of the Lone Star Conference tournament to West Texas A&M.
The BYU men’s basketball team (6-3) is looking for its first true road win tonight when they play at Weber State at 7 p.m. MST live on BYUtv.
The Cougars are coming off a thrilling 61-58 win over rival Utah in the Deseret First Duel.
Against the Utes, Matt Carlino led all players with a season-high 19 points while going 5 for 10 from behind the arc. Tyler Haws and Brandon Davies also sccored in double digits on 14 and 11 points, respectively.
Weber State is currently on a three-game winning streak and looking to defend its 20-game home winning streak, the fourth longest streak in the country.
Three players scored in double figures for the Wildcats as they beat UC Irvine 65-51 in their last outing for a 4-2 record on the year.
The Wildcats went 25-7 last season, finishing the year in the second round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament with a loss to Loyola Marymount.
Dec 14, 2012 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 3:00 pm | Permalink
Check out some of the media coverage leading up to BYU basketball's game at Weber State tomorrow at 7 p.m. MST. The game will be televised live on BYUtv and be broadcast live on KSL Newsradio 102.7 FM and 1160 AM.
BYU basketball assistant coach Terry Nashif was on the Tuesday night Coach's Show for head coach Dave Rose this week. Nashif started the radio show talking about BYU postponing its game with Utah State and then spent the majority of the show recaping the Cougars's game with Utah last Saturday.
The Cougars beat Utah 61-58. Matt Carlino led the team with a season-high 19 points. Coach Nashif congratulated the team on their win and talked about Carlino's performance and how he's stepped up this season.
"We're so proud of our guys for overcoming difficult shooting and getting that win. They battled tough for that one."
BYU has now won 11 of the last 12 meetings with the Utes.
When sophomore Anson Winder joined the show, he talked about coming back from injury at the very beginning of this season and how he hopes to make an impact on the year. Winder also recapped his performance against Utah when he finished with three points in eight minutes, and wrapped up his portion with a short Q&A.
Coach Nashif finished up the show with his thoughts on how the age change for LDS missionaries might affect recruiting and by answer fan questions.
Listen to the full show on KSL.com and don't miss BYU head coach Dave Rose live on Tuesday nights at Legends Grille on BYU campus.
Dave Rose opened his Coach's Show on KSL 5 TV with a recap of the week, talking about the health of Utah State's Danny Berger and the rescheduling of the matchup for Feb. 19.
"One of the hardest things was just finding a time, or day, that worked for both of us. We got on the phone and found a day, and that day is the 19th of February. We both went to having a week with just one game to every week this season with two games."
A full recap of the 61-58 win over Utah was also talked about with Coach Rose offering insight of how the team adjusted at halftime and was able to make a comeback for the victory.
"The key for us was the ability to adjust to how they (Utah) were guarding Brandon (Davies) and Ty (Haws), and then finding that third scorer in Matt to get us the win."
Carlino led the Cougars against Utah with a season-high 19 points, going 5 for 10 from beyond the arc. Coach Rose commended Carlino's performance on the night and how he's improved this season. In the "X's and O's" film session, Coach Rose broke down Carlino's performance against Utah.
To finish the show, Rose talked about how the West Coast Conference is shaping up, previewed next week's matchup with Weber State and talked about the upcoming Children's with Christmas Cancer Foundation party on Wednesday evening that the team is hosting.
Watch the full show on KSL.com and don't miss Coach Rose on Sunday nights at 11 p.m. on KSL 5.
The BYU men’s basketball team (5-3) will host instate rival Utah tomorrow night at 7 p.m. MST in the Marriott Center as part of the Deseret First Duel.
BYU is coming off a 62-83 loss on the road to Iowa State a week ago.
Against the Cyclones, Brandon Davies led all players with 20 points and six rebounds. Matt Carlino also scored in double-figure points with a season high of 12.
The Utes come to Provo with a 6-2 overall record, winning five of their last six games. In its most recent game, Utah defeated Boise State 76-55 behind a game-high 18 points from Jarred Dubois.
Utah went 6-25 last season, finishing the year with a 53-41 loss to UCLA in the Pac-12 Tournament and a 1-11 record through its last 12 games. They return three starters this season in David Foster, Cedric Martin and Jason Washburn.