Football Media Day Central

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Football Media Day Central is your one-stop shop to follow all the action at 2011 BYU Football Media Day. On Tuesday, July 12, Football Media Day will give fans and media an in-depth look at the program as the Cougars begin their journey as an independent.

Check 'Football Media Central' on Monday as we'll be posting content to show the preparation that has gone into hosting Media Day. On Tuesday you will find new content throughout the day as we give you a behind the scenes look at what is happening on this historic day.

Schedule of Events (Tuesday, July 12)

To watch replays of the BYUtv programming, click on the URLs in the 'Watch/Listen' column

Time Event Watch/Listen
9 a.m. - 10 a.m. MT
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET
BYU Football 2011 - State of the Program BYUtv, BYUtv.org,
BYU Radio, ESPN3
10 a.m. - 11 a.m. MT
12 p.m. - 1 p.m. ET
True Blue Spring Football Special BYUtv, BYUtv.org,
BYU Radio
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. MT
1 p.m. - 2 p.m. ET
Live Chats with Ty Detmer, Bryan Kehl,
Jameson FrazierCorby Eason
BYUtv.org
12 p.m. - 1 p.m. MT
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. ET
True Blue Fall Football Preview BYUtv, BYUtv.org,
BYU Radio
1 p.m. - 2 p.m. MT
3 p.m. - 4 p.m. ET
Legends Roundtable BYUtv, BYUtv.org,
BYU RadioESPN3
1 p.m. - 3 p.m. MT
3 p.m. - 5 p.m. ET
BYU Football with Greg Wrubell and Marc Lyons KSL 102.7 FM / 1160 AM, 
KSL.com, BYU Radio (2 p.m. MT)
1:30 p.m. - 2 p.m. MT
3:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. ET
College Football Live ESPN
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. MT
4 p.m. - 5 p.m. ET
Live Chats with McKay Jacobson, Bryan Kariya,
Justin Sorensen, Jake Heaps
BYUtv.org
3 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. MT
5 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. ET
Live Chats in Spanish with Brandon Doman,
Travis UaleBrandon Ogletree
BYUtv.org

*All programming on BYUtv was simulcast on BYU Radio

Social Media

twitter-logo Follow @byuathletics all day for updates, quotes, links to video, reminders about upcoming shows and more.
facebook-logo Check in at facebook.com/BYUFootball to stay on top of what's happening at BYU Football Media Day.
youtube-logo For a look behind the scenes at Football Media Day, check the BYUtv Sports YouTube page at youtube.com/byutvsports. New video content will be posted throughout the day.

 

Videos

Tuesday Videos
Behind the Scenes Control Room Behind the Scenes Live Show
Jameson Frazier Interview Bryan Kariya Interview
Corby Eason Interview Dave Brown Interview Part 1
Romney Fuga Interview Fun with Trevor Matich
Ty Detmer Live Chat Carey Hoki Interview
Lane Olson Interview Joe DuPaix Interview
Fun with Tom Holmoe Behind the Scenes of the Legends Show
Fun with Ty Detmer Futi Tavana on the WCC
Fun with Jake Heaps Fun with JJ Di Luigi
Bronco on KSL Interview with Haley Hall Steed
Edwards and Young on Golf Interview with LaVell Edwards
Brandon Doman Spanish Webchat Interview with Ty Detmer
Vance Law Interview Scott Leykam Interview
Nick Howell Interview Jamie Zaninovich Interview
Jeff Call Interview Bryan Kehl Interview
Jennifer Rockwood Interview  
Monday Video
Dave McCann Interview JJ Di Luigi Interview
Holly Rowe Interview Mikel Minor Interview          
Broadcasting Building Tour Uona Kaveinga Interview
Steven Enfield Interview Jake Heaps Interview
Dave Broberg Interview Trevor Matich
Scott Hill Interview Fun with Tom Holmoe

BYU Football Blog

Check the BYU Football Blog throughout the day for insights on what is happening at BYU Football Media Day.

Quotes

Check back often to see what players, coaches, legends and media members are saying during media day.

Bronco Mendenhall: “I have extended my contract for three more years. I am absolutely satisfied with my job here and I have been treated more than fairly. I am very realistic and there is a lot on the line going independent, so I want to ensure that I am worthy of my position. I want to give everything I have for those three years and lead the charge."
 
Dave Brown: "This is a great moment for us. Anyone that has watched us over the years knows how many great games BYU has given us and we’re really excited about the opportunity to partner with BYU broadcasting and to get BYU football in front of as big of an audience as we can.”
 
Bronco Mendenhall: “It is the greatest strength I have to coach to and recruit to. To coach kids with those standards is the greatest opportunity in my life. Can you win games with these standards? We are doing it. We want more people throughout the world to see who we really are. Why move independent and stay the same? This is a defining movement in the institution's history. To not take the risk, that wouldn't be right." 
 
Tom Holmoe: "Bronco is an incredible leader and one of the best coaches in the country. He is committed to the program and we are committed to him as the leader of our football team. Bronco is loyal to this team and the university and does things the right way, on and off the field. We are excited for the future as we begin our journey as an independent.”
 
Corby Eason: "Our mindset as a team is a little bit different without a conference championship to play for. We have to focus on this season on a game-to-game basis. We have a chance to play some great teams from the SEC and the Big 12 and it will give us a chance to prove ourselves against some of the top teams in the nation."
 
Steve Young: "I think there is all kinds of pressure on the leaders of this team and we are all wishful that we could do more to help support you as you do this. It is vital that BYU hits the ground running and the conference used to give us a soft place to land that we don’t have any more. Just know that everyone that has ever been associated with BYU will be behind this team 100%. This season is for the mentally tough. There will all sorts of new techniques and there will be a lot of newness to the season."
 
Matt Reynolds: "There are so many things to work on and the more you play the more you realize you have to work on. There a lot of things I can do that will help me be the best tackle I can be. I can prove my ability be helping this team win games this season."
 
Jake Heaps: "One of the biggest reasons I came here was because of the tradition BYU has of great offensive lineman. I was lucky to have such a good offensive line my freshman year that kept me protected and helped me improve."

In Case You Missed Anything...

BYUtv has been broadcasting live events all day. If you've missed any of the action, don't worry. Visit BYUtv.org/watch/events to catch up on all of the action.

Participants

Current Players
Corby Eason, Senior, Cornerback
JJ Di Luigi, Senior, Running Back
Jameson Frazier, Senior, Linebacker
Romney Fuga, Junior, Defensive Tackle
Jake Heaps, Sophomore, Quarterback
McKay Jacobson, Senior, Wide Receiver
Brian Kariya, Senior, Running Back
Uona Kaveinga, Junior, Linebacker
Brandon Ogletree, Junior, Linebacker
Jordan Pendleton, Senior, Linebacker
Matt Reynolds, Senior, Left Tackle
Justin Sorensen, Sophomore, Kicker
Travis Uale, Senior, Safety
Coaches and Administrators
Tom Holmoe, Athletic Director
Bronco Mendenhall, Head Coach
Brandon Doman, Offensive Coordinator/QBs
Joe DuPaix, Recruiting Coordinator/RBs
Nick Howell, Special Teams Coordinator/DBs
Alumni
Ty Detmer
LaVell Edwards
Bryan Kehl
Trevor Matich
Steve Young
ESPN
Dave Brown
Holly Rowe

Links

See what the media are saying during media day.

BYU Extends Bronco Mendenhall's Contract, The Deseret News

Cougars Tout ESPN Partnership on Media Day, The Deseret News

BYU Ushers in New ESPN, Independent Era, The Salt Lake Tribune

A Big Day for BYU to Show off, and Not Just Football, The Daily Herald

Bronco: "Our Program is Strong", KSL

BYU Hopes Independent Status Means a BCS Opportunity, CBSSports.com

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Other Sites to Follow

Follow BYUtv's social media platforms throughout the day as they cover Football Media Day. Here are a few links.

Facebook.com/byutvsports

Twitter.com/byutvsports