PROVO, Utah – Six different radio stations originated their programming live at BYU Media Day, broadcasting a combined 44 hours of football interviews and content throughout the day. Check out many of those interviews below.
PROVO, Utah – On Wednesday, 21 media companies and 65 media members participated in BYU football media day. Below you will find several of the articles from print outlets:
Return of Hill, Williams provides BYU with plenty of optimism for 2015 season:
Game time and television plans for BYU's season opener at Nebraska on Sept. 5 have been determined. The Cougars will kick off their 2015 season in a 2:30 p.m. CT/1:30 p.m. MT nationally featured Saturday afternoon matchup on ABC.
Played at historic Memorial Stadium, the 85,000-seat Memorial Stadium has been home of the Huskers since 1923. Nebraska currently holds the NCAA record for consecutive sellouts with an amazing 340-straight football games selling out, a streak that dates back to 1962.
ESPN Events, a subsidiary of ESPN, has determined the date, time and network for each of the company’s 13 owned and operated bowl games for the 2015 season, including possible bowl destinations for the BYU football program.
ESPN and BYU previously announced the Cougars have accepted an invitation to play in either the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl or the Hawai’i Bowl following the 2015 football season if bowl eligible and not selected to participate in the College Football Playoff.
Former BYU offensive lineman Quinn Lawlor was drafted in the sixth round, 48th overall, by the Montreal Alouettes in the 2015 Canadian Football League Draft.
The 6-foot-4, 306-pounder will reunite with former Cougar wideout Cody Hoffman in Montreal. Hoffman signed a two-year deal with the Alouettes earlier this year.
Lawlor played in seven games for BYU during his career. He prepped at Orem High School and was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Matt Foley, a long snapper out of Temecula Valley High School, has signed an offer of admission to BYU and will join the football program for the 2015 season.
Former BYU receiver Cody Hoffman has signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.
The Alouettes are no strangers to BYU wide outs. Former Cougar receiver and coach, Ben Cahoon, played for the Alouettes his entire professional career and is the most prolific wide receiver in CFL history. Cahoon coached Hoffman as a junior at BYU when he racked up 100 receptions, 1,248 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Former BYU outside linebacker Alani Fua completed his workouts Sunday at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine. Fua took advantage of his opportunity at the Combine with some strong performances.