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BYU announces 2014 football recruiting class

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PROVO, Utah – Head coach Bronco Mendenhall today announced BYU’s 2014 recruiting class consisting of 17 high school signees, two junior college transfers and one FBS transfer.

In addition to two-mid year enrollees, BYU added 18 newcomers Wednesday on National Signing Day. The Cougars will also welcome back to the program 18 scholarship players returning from serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Gymnasts host Utah State for second home meet of 2014

PROVO, Utah – Coming off its best performance of the season, the BYU gymnastics team will host in-state opponent Utah State Friday at 7 p.m. MST at the Smith Fieldhouse.

2014 BYU Football Signing Day Central

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Members of the 2014 BYU football recruiting class will sign national letters of intent Wednesday. Check back throughout the day for updates, video highlights and information on the newest members of the BYU football program.

Updates will also be available on the BYU football Facebook page and on Twitter @BYUcougars and @BYUfootball, #BYUsigningday.

This Week in the WCC

Men's Basketball Blog | Feb 04, 2014 - Posted by knielsen at 3:20 pm | Updated: February 4, 2014 3:41 pm | Permalink

BYU continues its home stand with Santa Clara and San Francisco this week. The Cougars moved into a tie for second place with San Francisco thanks to victories over Pacific and Saint Mary's last week. They have a chance to create some separation for second place when they face San Francisco on Saturday. First, the Cougars host Santa Clara on Thursday.

Gonzaga remains atop the conference with a three-game cushion. The Bulldogs entered the AP Top 25 this week at No. 23, joining their No. 20 ranking in the USA Today Coaches Poll. 

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Tribute to Glen Oliverson

Football Blog | Feb 04, 2014 - Posted by Duff Tittle at 10:06 am | Updated: February 12, 2014 7:01 pm | Permalink

One of the last members of the 1942 BYU Foootball Team — the first team to defeat Utah — passed away last week in Smithfield, Utah. Glen Oliverson, a single wing back at BYU, made the block that led to the winning touchdown in a 12-7 victory on Oct. 10, 1942. Glen played three season of varsity football at BYU in 1942, 1946-47.

IMG BYU Basketball with Dave Rose-Feb. 4, 2014

In their weekly chat, Coach Dave Rose and Greg Wrubell talk about two big home victories against Pacific and St. Mary's, the impressive play of Tyler Haws, and the team effort it will take to continue winning in the WCC.