Men's Basketball Blog

Where to watch BYU at Pepperdine

Jan 29, 2013 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 4:30 pm | Updated: January 31, 2013 11:06 am | Permalink

BYU takes on Pepperdine at Firestone Fieldhouse on Thursday at 8 p.m. MST. The game will be televised on Time Warner Cable Sports, Root Sports Rocky Mountain and Root Sports Northwest.

TWC Sports is available to DIRECTV customers in Southern California as well as Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, Las Vegas and Hawaii on channel 691.

Root Sports is available on DIRECTV in Utah on channel 683 and on DISH on channel 414. Visit RootSports.com to find the channel in other areas.

The game is also available for free via the WCC Digital Network. There will be no geographic (or other) restrictions for the stream. Live stats are available on Pepperdine's website.

As always, Greg Wrubell and Mark Durrant will call the action on KSL 102.7 FM and 1160 AM and online at KSL.com. Tune in to the pregame show at 7 p.m. MST.

BYU Coach's Show: Sunday: 1/27

Jan 29, 2013 - Posted by Whitney Craft Jordan at 11:05 am | Updated: January 29, 2013 11:07 am | Permalink

Live from the KSL 5 TV studios, BYU head coach Dave Rose kicked off his weekly Coach's Show with a full recap of last week's games on the road against Gonzaga and Portland. 

"We really have to compete hard in this conference, and especially when we're playing a Top 10 team. We have to get a lot of guys to contribute and that was something we struggled with against Gonzaga. At Portland we responded well and executed our game plan, and it turned out much better. The pace was more like us."

BYU fell 83-63 on the road to No. 10 Gonzaga and then won 85-67 at Portland. Against the Bulldogs, coach Rose highlighted the play of Josh Sharp who finished with a career-high 14 points. Against the Pilots, coach Rose highlighted Brandon Davies' performance. Davies recorded his fifth double-double of the season on 20 points and 11 rebounds.

Coach Rose also talked about Matt Carlino and Tyler Haws's performance through West Coast Conference action, and how both of the players have excelled through the last eight games. 

Later on in the show, coach Rose talked about the team's strategy with Matt Carlino using his screens and creating offensive opportunities. Rose concluded the show with a look at other teams around the WCC and BYU's upcoming schedule.

Watch the full show on KSL.com and don't miss coach Rose every Sunday night at 11 p.m. MST on KSL 5 TV.

 

Recent stories on BYUtv

Jan 23, 2013 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 3:50 pm | Updated: January 23, 2013 4:10 pm | Permalink

On Jan. 14, 2013, BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe announced the jersey retirements of Mel Hutchins and Roland Minson. See the announcement below. The jersey retirements will take place in the Marriott Center at halftime of the BYU vs. Portland game on Feb. 16.

Kathy Aiken did a feature on Tyler Haws, his mission and his success so far this season.

Rose on his 200 career victories

Jan 23, 2013 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 3:39 pm | Permalink

BYU basketball coach Dave Rose was on True Blue on Monday, Jan. 21, to discuss his 200 career victories and BYU's upcoming game with Gonzaga.

BYU Coach's Show: Tuesday 1/22

Jan 22, 2013 - Posted by Whitney Craft Jordan at 12:00 am | Updated: January 24, 2013 10:02 am | Permalink

Live from Legends Grille on BYU campus, head coach Dave Rose started his show talking about how his team has improved this season already, what games are up next for BYU and how tough the West Coast Conference is. The Cougars play at Gonzaga and at Portland this week.

"The key to staying relevant in the WCC is playing great basketball every single night - and that's tough. We have to work hard in this tough conference. One thing I love about our guys is that they play to win every time they step on the floor."

Coach Rose also addressed the 70-69 buzzer-beater loss to Saint Mary's and how the team is looking to bounce back and try to put the game behind them. Rose said the coaches decided to spend a day of practice talking about the game, and the things they did right, before scouting their next opponent.

Later on in the show, Director of basketball Operations Mike Hall joined the show to talk about how he enjoys working with the team and a few of his responsibilities with the players.

Coach Rose finished the show answering questions from fans.

Listen to the full show on KSL.com and don't miss head coach Dave Rose in Legends Grille every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. MST.

BYU Coach's Show: Sunday 1/20

Jan 21, 2013 - Posted by Whitney Craft Jordan at 9:49 am | Updated: January 24, 2013 10:03 am | Permalink

Live from the KSL 5 TV studios, head coach Dave Rose started his show with a full recap of last week's games. BYU hosted Saint Mary's in a 70-69 buzzer-beater loss and also San Diego last Saturday in a 74-57 victory. The Cougars are now 5-1 in West Coast Conference action.

Against the Gaels, Rose highlighted Tyler Haws's performance. He finished with 23 points to lead the team. 

"Tyler's a sophomore and a guy who's having one of the best sophomore years we've seen at BYU in a long time. The guys realy know they can rely on him. They know that down the stretch he's a guy we can go to."

Against the Toreros, Rose highlighted the team's overall performance. Every healthy player was able to see minutes and contribute to the game. Four players finished with double-figure points, led by Tyler Haws's 25. 

"We had a lot of guys scoring and a lot of guys moving the ball. Matt (Carlino) did a great job of controlling the game and that's huge when he can play like that - it gives everyone else confidence and we perform better overall."

Later on in the show, Coach Rose talked about the team's strategy for slowing down and controlling an opposing team's point guard. Rose pointed out that the Cougars have played some great point guards this season and, to keep them in check, the team has to use specific strategy.

To finish the show, Coach Rose previewed BYU's upcoming games against Gonzaga and Portland, and discussed how the rest of the West Coast Conference teams are shaping up. 

Watch the full show on KSL.com and don't miss head coach Dave Rose at 11 p.m. MST on KSL 5 TV.

BYU Coach's Show: Tuesday 1/15

Jan 16, 2013 - Posted by Whitney Craft Jordan at 11:33 am | Permalink

Live from Legends Grille on BYU campus, head coach Dave Rose began his Coach's Show by previewing the other West Coast Conference teams, their upcoming opponents and how BYU feels about being 4-0 in league play so far. 

"Our team has been really good at being able to focus one week at a time and be consistent for 40 minutes. This week's games are now getting familiar - we've played these teams before - so we have to work hard."

Continuining to talk about the WCC, Coach Rose went through a lot of the outstanding players in the league and discussed how BYU will begin to prepare for each one. 

Coach Rose also talked about BYU's most recent two wins over Pepperdine and Santa Clara. 

"We ended up causing a lot of problems for Pepperdine in the second half when we were able to implement our zone. The guys worked hard. And hopefully we can play as effectively as we did against Pepperdine in our upcoming games."

Towards the end of the show, BYU junior Raul Delgado joined coach Rose to talk about being at BYU and answer questions from fans. 

Coach Rose finished the show by also answering questions from fans.

Listen to the full show on KSL.com and don't miss Coach Rose every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. MST live from Legends Grille. 

BYU Coach's Show: Sunday 1/14

Jan 14, 2013 - Posted by Whitney Craft Jordan at 8:50 pm | Permalink

In the KSL 5 TV studios, BYU head coach Dave Rose kicked off his weekly Coach’s Show with a recap of the team’s second-straight two-win week this season and their 4-0 start in West Coast Conference play.

“It was a great week. I thought our guys were really prepared – it felt similar to the week before, as far as the teams we played and it was nice we were able to come away with two wins.”

The Cougars defeated the Waves at home 76-51, and on the road against Santa Clara 82-64. Tyler Haws led the team with 24 points in both wins and has now scored 20 or more points in five-straight games.

Later in the show Coach Rose highlighted the team’s defensive efforts in the last few games and how the team is working on its defense to help augment the offense.

To finish the show, Rose previewed the upcoming week with games on Wednesday and Saturday, and talked about how the rest of the West Coast Conference is shaping up.

“It’s nice to be at the top of the standings with our 4-0 record. We’ve had some great wins and are looking forward to the rest of the schedule.”

Watch the full show on KSL.com and don’t miss Coach Rose on KSL 5 TV every Sunday night at 11 p.m. MST.

 

 

Where to watch BYU at Santa Clara

Jan 12, 2013 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 10:56 am | Permalink

BYU takes on Santa Clara at the Leavey Event Center today at 2:30 p.m. MST in the WCC Game of the Week. The game will be televised on Time Warner Cable Sports, Root Sports Rocky Mountain and Root Sports Northwest. Tune in for the pregame show at 2 p.m. MST.

TWC Sports is available to DIRECTV customers in Southern California as well as Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, Las Vegas and Hawaii on channel 691.

Root Sports is available on DIRECTV in Utah on channel 683 and on DISH on channel 414. Visit RootSports.com to find the channel in other areas.

The game is also available via the Santa Clara website for a $9.95 subscription fee. Live stats are available for free via the same link.

As always, Greg Wrubell and Mark Durrant will call the action on KSL 102.7 FM and 1160 AM and online at KSL.com. Tune in to the pregame show at 1:30 p.m. MST.

Haws and Davies named to CBSSports.com Midseason Top 50

Jan 11, 2013 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 6:11 pm | Permalink

CBSSports.com released its midseason top 50 today and Tyler Haws and Brandon Davies were ranked No. 37 and 44.

From CBSSports.com:

37. Tyler Haws, 6-5, SG, SOPH., BYU: The new Jimmer out in Provo, Haws is averaging 21.1 points and shooting 41.9 percent from 3. Had 42 against Va. Tech this season.

44. Brandon Davies, 6-9, PF, SR., BYU: Overshadowed by more high-profile players in the WCC, Davies has been arguably the most consistent player in the league.

Haws highlights

  • Averages: 21.1 points, 5.1 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.4 steals
  • Shooting percentages: 47.9 FG%, 41.9 3FG%, 92.2 FT%
  • 16 double figure games
  • 11 games with 20-plus points
  • 42 points vs. Virginia Tech, most in NCAA Division I basketball this season
  • 1st in the WCC in scoring and free throw percentage
  • 10th in the nation in scoring and 7th in free throw percentage

Davies highlights

  • Averages: 18.7 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.3 steals, 1.4 blocks
  • Shooting percentages: 55.4 FG%, 70.6 FT%
  • 16 double figure games
  • 7 games with 20-plus points
  • 4 double-doubles
  • 6 games with 2-plus blocks
  • 8 games with 2-plus steals