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NFL Draft

Apr 16, 2013 - Posted by Brett Pyne at 2:06 pm | Updated: April 16, 2013 2:21 pm | Permalink

The 2013 NFL Draft is coming up next week starting on Thursday, April 25, and BYU's Ziggy Ansah is one of 23 players invited to attend the draft by the NFL. Ansah also will be featured in  ESPN The Magazine's April 29 NFL Draft issue. You can get a preview of what others have had to say about Ziggy at ESPN.com.

Additionally, NFL Network’s Draft analyst Mike Mayock will be conducting a media conference call this Thursday, April 18, at 1 p.m. ET to preview the upcoming 2013 NFL Draft. For the first time, NFL.com will provide fans access to listen to Mayock’s conference call by logging on to nfl.com/mayockdraftcall. The live streaming audio will be accompanied by highlight packages of draft prospects and graphics on NFL team needs. Following the conference call, audio clips will be available on NFL.com.

Fans can also participate by tweeting questions to @InsideNFLMedia using #askMayock. The best questions will be selected and used during the conference call.

ESPN and the NFL Network will provide live coverage of this year's NFL Draft.  NFL Network provides approximately 70 hours of live “Draft Week” coverage Monday, April 22 – Saturday, April 27. Live coverage of the first round kicks off Thursday, April 25 at 8 p.m. ET, followed by Rounds 2-3 Friday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m. ET and Rounds 4-7 Saturday, April 27 at 12 Noon ET.

On Wednesday, April 24 at 8 p.m. ET on NFL Network, Mayock unveils his first – and only – mock draft of the year in a one-hour special, Mayock’s 2013 Mock Draft. On the eve of the 2013 NFL Draft from inside Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Mayock, along with Chris Rose, predicts how the first round of the draft will unfold and provides full analysis of each selection. 

Also in case you missed it or want to revisit a bit, here are links to news from BYU Pro Day and a recent feature on Ansah in USA TODAY.

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl announces date, time and TV coverage

Apr 15, 2013 - Posted by Brett Pyne at 3:01 pm | Updated: April 15, 2013 3:04 pm | Permalink

The Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl today announced the 2013 game will be played on Friday, December 27 at 6:30 p.m. PST in San Francisco. If bowl eligible and not invited to a BCS bowl game, BYU will face a team from the Pac-12 Conference in the annual postseason contest played in the The City By The Bay. The game will be televised nationally on ESPN. 

Check out the complete news release below: 

KRAFT FIGHT HUNGER BOWL SET FOR FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27 AT SAN FRANCISCO’S AT&T PARK

SAN FRANCISCO – The Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl returns to prime time.

The 12th San Francisco bowl game will take place Friday evening, December 27 at 6:30 p.m. [PST]/9:30 p.m. [EST] at the game’s longtime home, AT&T Park. The game will be shown on a nationwide basis by ESPN.

This year’s contest matches a team from the Pac-12 Conference against BYU.  Each side must achieve bowl eligibility [6 or more regular season victories].  In the event BYU does not achieve bowl eligibility or is invited to a BCS bowl game, the Bowl has an alternative agreement for an eligible Atlantic Coast Conference [ACC] team to play in the game.    

Today’s announcement was made by Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Executive Director and game co-founder Gary Cavalli.

 “We’re very excited about this date and time slot,” Cavalli said.  “We have a prime time window and we won’t have any competition from another bowl or NFL game.  That should help generate a strong national TV audience.  The Friday evening kickoff is also great for the fans.  Those in the Bay Area can come after work and out-of-towners can spend a weekend in the greatest city in the world, San Francisco.”

This year’s Bowl will be the last at AT&T Park, as the game in 2014 will move to the New Santa Clara Stadium (home for the San Francisco 49ers).  However, the City of San Francisco will continue to house both teams, and all game-related events will take place there, as in the past.  

The Pac-12, which expanded by two schools [Colorado, Utah] in 2011, has provided teams to the Bowl in six of the past seven seasons.  During that period, Pac-12 teams have won four times in six games. 

Last year’s game saw Arizona State deliver a record-shattering performance in its 62-28 victory over Navy.  The Sun Devils set or tied 30 game records overall in the contest. Four of the past seven games have been sellouts.  

After playing on Saturday afternoons the last two years, the Bowl re-enters evening programming for the first time since the 2010 season, when Nevada met Boston College.  The game has been presented in prime time in five of the past seven years.  

BYU is one of six Football Bowl Subdivision independent members. The Cougars have long played Pac-12 competition and own a 5-3 mark in bowl game matchups with Pac-12 teams.

Arizona State this past season joined UCLA [twice], Oregon State, California and USC as previous conference participants to have played in The City By The Bay.

For the past three years, the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl organization has pledged meal donations to its three charitable partners, Glide Memorial Church, St. Anthony’s Dining Room and the San Francisco Food Bank.  Since 2010, game organizers donated the financial equivalent of more than 300,000 meals.

The game has long been a financial boon to the City of San Francisco.  According to figures released by San Francisco Travel, the game and week-long events leading up to it have generated in excess of $140 million in direct economic benefit to greater San Francisco.

Transcript from BYU, Arizona football series announcement

Apr 12, 2013 - Posted by at 2:48 pm | Updated: April 12, 2013 4:36 pm | Permalink

The following quotes have been provided by the University of Arizona athletic department of Friday's announcement on Google+ Hangout of a three-game football series between BYU and Arizona. 

Arizona Athletics Director Greg Byrne
“We have come to an agreement with BYU for a three-game series. We are very excited about this. It’s a national series that will get a lot of attention throughout the country. It will be the first game for the 2016 season and we will also have games in 2018 and 2020. We are going to start the first one in the Phoenix market at the University of Phoenix Stadium and it will be a chance for both fan bases to come together and show the passion there is for college football. It will be wonderful for the Arizona alumni base which is very strong in Maricopa County. It’s something we feel will gain a lot of attention throughout the summer leading up to that season.”

“We also want to thank the Fiesta Bowl and Robert Shelton. They are going to be involved in this to make it a success with the strength of the Fiesta Bowl community. The 2018 game will be played in Tucson and the 2020 game will be played in Provo, Utah. I want to let the Tucson community know that the year we play this game in Phoenix will be a year we have seven home games, which is something we strive to do as often as possible. So this will not take a home game away from the Tucson community or the business community here in Tucson which we know depend heavily on home football games for support in the local economy.  It’s something we will be able to talk about in the coming years and we just really appreciate BYU’s willingness to be involved in this.”

“It is an important area for our fan base, we have a lot of alums up there. It is the second-largest fan base for us. It’s also an area for all of our sports, especially football, that we recruit a lot to. I know Coach Rodriguez, from the time he came to the University of Arizona, he said our number one recruiting priority is the state of Arizona. Obviously, with the population base in Maricopa County, it will send a great message to our fans, recruits and future students the importance of that market for us. We couldn’t be more pleased to have the partnership with The Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority with Tom Sadler and Fiesta Bowl Executive Director Robert Shelton, who has strong ties to the University of Arizona as he was our former president, in allowing for this game to become a reality. When ticket information becomes available in the coming years, it will be something that, with the Fiesta Bowl’s strength in numbers, will help us secure a great atmosphere and a great experience for our student-athletes and fans.”

“Tucson is our foundation. We have to be strong in southern Arizona. The fans here mean so much to us so this agreement gives us an opportunity to not have a negative impact there. We are the University of Arizona and we have such a strong alumni base in the Phoenix market that is so critical. We have talked for the last several years about the opportunity to play in the Phoenix area. We also know BYU has a strong following in Arizona and we have a great relationship with their athletic director Tom Holmoe and Bronco Mendenhall. We appreciate their openness to putting this together. It gives us another chance to strengthen who we are throughout the state of Arizona and get to another part and show our fan base how much we appreciate their support year round. We are very pleased with this announcement for what it means to our football program and our fans.”

Arizona Head Coach Rich Rodriguez
“I think it’s going to be a great regional rivalry but also a national rivalry with a lot of national interest in both programs. I have a tremendous amount of respect for BYU and Bronco (Mendenhall) is a friend of mine. I don’t like to play friends but I think it’s going to be a great series for both institutions and both fan bases. For us, to have a home game in 2018 and going to Phoenix in 2016 where we have so many alumni and so many recruits, is a win-win all the way around.”

“Bronco (Mendenhall) made a great point in that he mentioned the great regional interest but we all aspire to have national interest as well. We think of our program and institution that no matter where you’re at in the country, if you watch us and like how we play and get a chance to visit Tucson, Arizona, you are going to love it. So this is going to be another opportunity to expose our program and expose what we’re all about at our university. I know our fans and our players will be excited about it as well.”

BYU Athletics Director Tom Holmoe
“We are trying to play these neutral games and we have a few of these on the docket in the future. We actually played the University of Oklahoma in the first college game at Dallas Cowboys Stadium a couple years back. You can’t really call that neutral because they had 35,000 or 40,000 fans from Oklahoma but we probably had 18,000-20,000 in Texas for that game. When people think that it’s a neutral venue in Arizona, I’m sure Arizona fans will come out but outside of the state of Utah, there are more members of the LDS faith in California and then Arizona is right behind that. Our fans will come out in big numbers there. They will come from Arizona, California, Utah and the surrounding areas. It is a great opportunity to match-up with the Wildcats but to have great home fan base at a neutral venue.”

“It is a beautiful venue. The last time I was there was for the national championship game between Oregon and Auburn, the way they set it up there was fantastic. They have flexibility there with seating and its very fan friendly. There will be good ticket prices and great seat availability. The people at the Fiesta Bowl have been so good and so hospitable about putting this together. It’s going to be a great venue with two great teams with the fans coming together and I think you’re going to see more of this across the nation.”

BYU Head Coach Bronco Mendenhall
“It’s a great game for us. The regional nature of the game makes complete sense. Coach Rodriguez is a fantastic coach and an offensive mastermind; he is doing some great things there with the Wildcats. Our experiences of playing at the University of Arizona besides the new stadium we are playing at, both of those venues are very exciting for us. We have a ton of church members and a ton of alumni and we are looking to play the best teams on the biggest stages we can and it will be an awesome experience for us as well.”

“We love being exposed in that particular area but again the national exposure in the venue we’re playing in. That exact same year we are playing at FedEx Field against West Virginia as well. So our program at this point is playing the best teams on the biggest stages and we’re looking forward to competing. As many people we can get to watch as well with our intriguing style of play and our unique individuals that come here is a win-win for both institutions and both coaches and I think it will be great for the fans.”

The Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority President/CEO Tom Sadler
“I want to thank both intuitions for allowing us to participate in this announcement. We would like to congratulate both institutions for putting this together. We certainly appreciate the opportunity to host this event in 2016 at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The University of Phoenix Stadium was built not only to host the Arizona Cardinals football club, the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl but to bring events of this nature here. At this particular time, this is the first one we have on the books but we couldn’t be more thrilled to be able to bring out the fans from both teams, treat the student-athletes, coaches, administration to a first-class experience at what I think is a world-class facility. Again I want to thank both athletic directors and football coaches to allow for this thing to get put together, we are very excited.”

To view the Google+ Hangout, including some fun exchanges with former BYU & NFL tight end Chad Lewis and former Arizona & NFL linebacker Tedy Bruschi, CLICK HERE.

Post-spring depth chart released

Apr 10, 2013 - Posted by Brett Pyne at 5:30 pm | Updated: April 11, 2013 2:31 pm | Permalink

BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall and his staff have released the team's depth chart following five weeks of spring practices which just concluded on Friday. The team wrapped up spring with a nearly 70-play scrimmage at LaVell Edwards Stadium on Alumni Day, giving many younger players a chance to shine and establish more depth while several of the expected starters were held out of action.

Among those listed on the top of the depth chart following spring practices is sophomore quarterback Taysom Hill, who shared the majority of the snaps with fellow sophomore Ammon Olsen. Both quarterbacks had productive results during spring practices.

"We have named Taysom the starter because of his game experience in 2012, strong leadership qualities and his breakaway speed and athleticism," Mendenhall said. "Ammon also had a phenomenal spring. I am confident in his ability. We have two very capable quarterbacks."

The post-spring depth chart does not include newcomers joining the team in fall camp. Many will come in expecting to compete for playing time. You can see the post-spring depth chart by going to pages 21-22 of the 2013 Spring Prospectus.

NFL Draft attendees to be announced on NFL Network at 6 p.m. ET Wednesday

Apr 09, 2013 - Posted by at 2:14 pm | Updated: April 9, 2013 2:22 pm | Permalink
List of Prospects Attending the 2013 Draft in New York City Revealed on ‘Path to the Draft’
 

The list of NFL prospects attending the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall in New York City will be revealed on NFL Network’s Path to the Draft Wednesday, April 10 at 6:00 PM ET. Host Paul Burmeisteralong with analysts Charles Davis, Charley Casserly and Ted Sundquist will make the announcement.

NFL Network provides approximately 70 hours of live “Draft Week” programming, including a record 47 live hours of coverage of the three-day event. Live coverage of the 2013 NFL Draft kicks off with the first round Thursday, April 25 at 8:00 PM ET, followed by Rounds 2-3 Friday, April 26 at 6:30 PM ET and Rounds 4-7 Saturday, April 27 at 12 Noon ET.

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Cougars featured in TV specials

Apr 06, 2013 - Posted by Brett Pyne at 5:15 pm | Updated: April 8, 2013 3:36 pm | Permalink

BYU's spring football practices came to a close on Friday with the team's annual Alumni Day. Nearly 1,000 people participated as former players and their family members came back to campus to spend time with the current team.

While practices are finished for now there are several opportunities coming up over the next couple days to learn more about both current and former Cougars and the 2013 team as a whole. Check out the following TV specials that will feature BYU football.

On Sunday, April 7, Ziggy Ansah and Kyle Van Noy will be featured on the program Mormon Times airing on KSL-TV, Channel 5, in Salt Lake City. The program begins at 4:30 p.m. MT, 30 minutes after the final session of General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. (NOTE: if you missed it, here's a link to the story on KSL.com).

Then on Monday, April 8, an hour-long BYUtv Sports special entitled "True Blue: Spring Football" will be broadcast nationally at 6 p.m. MT/8 p.m. ET. Originating from LaVell Edwards Stadium, the special program will feature interviews with head coach Bronco Mendenhall and offensive coordinator Robert Anae as well as players Kyle Van Noy, Cody Hoffman, Daniel Sorensen and Taysom Hill.  Former Cougars Chris Smith and Brett Denney also drop by the set to share their insights. The 60-minute program will look back at spring practices and look ahead to the 2013 season with position-group previews and analysis from former BYU quarterback and TV analyst Blaine Fowler. 

Over the next few weeks members of the team will be working hard on their school work to finish the winter semester before offseason workouts begin. It won't be long before Football Media Day arrives in late June with the team once again taking center stage to talk about preparations for fall camp and the 2013 season.  

More on BYU Pro Day

Apr 02, 2013 - Posted by at 3:44 pm | Updated: April 2, 2013 4:36 pm | Permalink

If you want to see a little more on BYU's successful Pro Day last week check out this Y Productions video, which provides the insights of New Orleans Saints Director of College Scouting Rick Reiprish. He talks about Ziggy Ansah's potential as a top pick, the evaluation process of players and the quality manner in which BYU helps out NFL scouts and personnel.

Video: A Pro Scout's Opinion

Ezekiel Ansah impresses at NFL Scouting Combine

Feb 25, 2013 - Posted by Kenny Cox at 4:03 pm | Updated: February 26, 2013 1:55 pm | Permalink

Former BYU defensive lineman Ezekiel Ansah worked out for NFL scouts, coaches and other NFL personnel at the NFL Scouting Combine on Monday in Indianapolis.

"Ziggy" Ansah, who measured in at just over 6-foot-5 and 271 pounds, was one of 53 defensive linemen invited to this year's combine. The Ghana native ran a 4.63 40-yard dash to turn heads at workouts, coming in at No. 6 among all defensive linemen. Of the five players recording times faster than Ansah, only one weighed more than 250 pounds. Ansah's 10-yard split of 1.56 seconds was also among the top defensive line marks.

In the 20-yard shuttle drill, Ansah had the best time among all defensive linemen with 4.26 seconds and finished the three cone drill in 7.11 seconds, good for 10th among the defensive linemen.

Ansah posted a vertical jump of 34.5 inches, tied for No. 7 among defensive lineman. He also recorded a broad jump of 9 feet, 10 inches (118.0 inches) and put up 21 reps on the bench press.

Receiving a lot of attention throughout the day, check out Ansah's interview on the NFL Network, his 40-yard dash and some additional comments on Ansah from NFL Network commentators.

Ansah interview at NFL Combine on NFL Network

Ansah runs 40-yard dash

Ansah's draft potential

Braden Brown performs well at NFL Scouting Combine

Feb 23, 2013 - Posted by Brett Pyne at 4:27 pm | Updated: February 23, 2013 8:37 pm | Permalink

Former BYU offensive tackle Braden Brown is in Indianapolis participating in the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine. Brown is one of 58 offensive lineman invited to the combine. 

Brown, who measured at 6-foot-5.5 inches and 310 pounds, participated in workouts on Friday and Saturday and performed in the top 25 consistently during the combine. He recorded a time of 7.43 seconds in the three-cone drill, which ranked No. 5 overall among offensive lineman. The top time was Jeff Baca of UCLA at 7.26. Baca also had the top 20-yard shuttle time at 4.44 seconds along with Eric Fisher of Central Michigan. Brown ranked No. 15 at 4.7 seconds in the 20-yard shuttle.  

A Salt Lake City native, Brown ran a 5.2-second 40-yard dash to rank No. 19 overall among all offensive lineman timed and also ranked 19th with a vertical jump of 28 inches. Terron Armstead of Arkansas-Pine Bluff achieved the top marks in both categories with a 4.71 40-yard dash and 34.5 vertical jump.  

Brown did 26 reps on the bench press, which ranked 23rd overall. Ohio's Eric Herman totaled 36 reps to lead the way. Brown's 100-inch broad jump ranked 26th with Lane Johnson of Oklahoma having the top distance of 118 inches.

Joining Brown at the combine is BYU defensive lineman Ezekiel Ansah, who is scheduled for workouts on Monday in Indianapolis. 

To follow the combine results go to NFL.com.

Van Noy, All-Americans honored

Feb 22, 2013 - Posted by Rachel Hawks at 11:48 am | Updated: February 22, 2013 3:36 pm | Permalink

PROVO, Utah -- During halftime of the BYU men’s basketball game against Utah State Tuesday, junior football player Kyle Van Noy was presented the College Football Performance Award (CFPA) Defensive Performer of the Year and BYU honored its 39 All-Americans from 2012.

Bradley C. Smith, Executive Director of the CFPA presented the award to Van Noy following the All-America presentation. Check out this video of the presentation and some comments from Van Noy afterward as well as his BYUtv interview during the basketball game.

In addition to earning the Defensive Performer of the Year trophy, Van Noy was previously honored with the 2012 CFPA Linebacker Trophy, becoming the second Cougar to earn national CFPA individual honors, following 2009 tight end recipient Dennis Pitta.

A 6-foot-3, 235-pound outside linebacker from Reno, Nev., Van Noy earned 2012 All-America honors finishing the year ranked tied for No. 2 nationally in both sacks (13) and forced fumbles (6), while also ranking No. 4 in tackles for loss (22) and tied for seventh in blocked kicks (2).

Van Noy led BYU in sacks, tackles for loss, quarterback hurries (8) and blocked kicks. He also set a school record with six forced fumbles. He totaled 53 tackles while adding five pass breakups, two interceptions, one fumble recovery and two touchdowns to become the only player in the nation to record a stat in every major defensive category each of the last two seasons.

A 2012 All-Bowl Team selection, Van Noy also had what many consider the best defensive performance of the bowl season, scoring two touchdowns in the fourth quarter of BYU's Poinsettia Bowl victory to help the Cougars claim their fourth straight bowl victory.

All-America honorees from last year’s winter sports and the recently-ended fall sports were recognized prior to the trophy presentation. Both All-America and Academic All-America awardees were honored.

For below for a complete list of 2012 BYU All-Americans and some photos from the evening.

2012 All-Americans

Women’s Basketball

Kristen Riley: AP Honorable Mention

Men’s Swim/Dive

Brandon Watson: NCAA Second Team

Baseball

Mason Marshall: Louisville Slugger Freshman Team

Softball

Delaney Willard: NFCA First Team, Easton First Team

JC Clayton: Easton Second Team

Stacie Toney: CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team

Women’s Indoor Track

Lacy Bleazard: USTFCCCA Distance Medley Relay First Team

Sarah Edwards: USTFCCCA Distance Medley Relay First Team

Christen Guenther: USTFCCCA Pole Vault Second Team

Katie Palmer: USTFCCCA 800m First Team, NCAA Distance Medley Relay First Team

Nachelle Mackie: USTFCCCA 800m First Team, USTFCCCA Distance Medley Relay First Team, USTFCCCA Academic All-America, CoSIDA All-America

Men’s Indoor Track

Miles Batty: USTFCCCA Mile First Team, USTFCCCA Distance Medley Relay First Team, USTFCCCA Academic All-America, CoSIDA All-America

Cade Lindahl: USTFCCCA 400m Second Team, NCAA Distance Medley Relay First Team

Ryan Waite: USTFCCCA 800m Second Team, NCAA Distance Medley Relay First Team

Rex Shields: USTFCCCA Distance Medley Relay First Team

Victor Weirich: USTFCCCA Pole Vault Second Team

Men’s Volleyball

Futi Tavana: AVCA First Team

Taylor Sander: AVCA First Team

Women’s Outdoor Track

Nachelle Mackie: USTFCCCA 800m First Team

Allyson Anderson: USTFCCCA Javelin Second Team

Men’s Outdoor Track

Miles Batty: USTFCCCA 1500m First Team

Chris Carter: USTFCCCA 400m Hurdles First Team, NCAA 4x400m Second Team

Jared Ward: USTFCCCA 10,000m First Team

Alden Bahr: USTFCCCA 10,000m Second Team

Jason Hinds: USTFCCCA 4x400m Second Team

Cade Lindahl: USTFCCCA 4x400m Second Team

Shaquille Walker: USTFCCCA 4x400m Second Team

Men’s Cross Country

Jared Ward: USTFCCCA First Team

Tylor Thatcher: USTFCCCA First Team

Women’s Soccer

Lindsi Lisonbee Cutshall: NSCAA First Team, Senior CLASS First Team All-America, TopDrawerSoccer All-America First Team

Jessica Ringwood: NSCAA Second Team

Carlee Payne Holmoe: NSCAA Scholar All-America Second Team

Erica Owens: NSCAA Scholar All-America Second Team

Cloee Cholohan: TopDrawerSoccer All-America Third Team

Michele Murphy: TopDrawerSoccer All Freshman First Team

Football

Riley Stephenson: AP Second Team, SI.com Second Team, CBSSports.com Second Team, Phil Steele Third Team, College Sports Madness Third Team

Kyle Van Noy: AP Third Team, SI.com Honorable Mention, CBSSports.com Second Team, Phil Steele Third Team, College Sports Madness Third Team

Cody Hoffman: SI.com Honorable Mention

Ezekiel Ansah: Pro Football Weekly Honorable Mention

Women’s Volleyball

Jennifer Hamson: AVCA First Team, Volleyball Magazine Second Team

Nicole Warner: AVCA Honorable Mention, Volleyball Magazine Third Team

Heather Hannemann: AVCA Honorable Mention

Alexa Gray: AVCA Honorable Mention

Postgraduate Scholarships

Miles Batty: WCC Postgraduate Scholarship, NCAA Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship