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Jay Drew, BYU football and basketball beat writer for The Salt Lake Tribune, joins the program to preview the BYU vs. Washington game on December 27th. We will chat about Taysom Hill and his progress throughout the season, how will they stop Keith Price and Bishop Sankey and does Washington have an advantage because of their new coach? Find out tonight! Later in the program, Hunter Combs will joins to preview Week 15 of the NFL Season! Top headlines as well.
Kyle Van Noy was named to All-America teams by Walter Camp (second team), CBSSports.com (third team), Athlon Sports (third team), Lindy's (third team) and Phil Steele (third team) while receiving honorable mention from Sports Illustrated.
Van Noy is one of the best and most versatile linebackers in this draft class with his trademark high motor play to go along with excellent football intelligence.
The BYU standout spoke with Joe Everett of Rookie Draft at the Senior Bowl to share his thoughts on the NFL Draft process and to talk about his collegiate career.
Tonight, we will have Ryan Teeples, BYU writer for the Deseret News, come on the program to talk some Cougar football with me! How much did Lamar Odom pay for his cocaine? Find out here! Also, We preview the NFL Week 1 schedule and look ahead to the top storylines for the upcoming season. Top headlines of the day.
This Sistas discuss bullying with Katrell Redhouse.
Katrell Redhouse - BYU Gradute, former member of the Peace Corps and current children’s treatment coordinator for a behavioral health organization in Phoenix.
Plus the Sistas share their experiences at BYU Women's Conference this past weekend and their Musana charity event yesterday which supports Ugandan women breaking the cyle of poverty.
Tune into SiZ Radio this week as the Sistas chat with BYU Athletic Director, Tom Holmoe and the reigning Miss Africa Utah, Jawahir Ahmed
NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show gets down and dirty in the trenches with BYU offensive guard Braden Hansen. A four-year starter, Hansen has been a symbol of excellence for the Cougars, constantly putting the team first and playing any position along the offensive line asked of him. NFL scouts have recognized his versatility and experience, as Hansen prepares for the Texas vs Nation All-Star Classic, which will be played n front of representatives from all 32 teams. Host Ric Serritella is joined by the Utah native and finds out what makes this gentle giant tick on and off the football field.
Mammoth nose tackle Romney Fuga is easy to spot on the field. He’s the 330-pounder who anchors BYU’s 3-4 defense, often swallowing up double teams, allowing his teammates to run free through holes, which often leads to media accolades. While he hasn’t received the same type of hype as some of his fellow Cougar teammates, there’s no doubt that Fuga is a large reason why NFL scouts have flocked to Provo. A three-year starter, the California native has been a steady constant for a BYU team which has won four straight bowl games, including a 23-6 trouncing over San Diego State in the 2012 Poinsetta Bowl. From Provo, to San Diego, the next pit stop for Fuga is in a city near you playing football on Sundays. NFL Draft Bible Founder Ric Serritella sizes up the mild-mannered monster in the middle.
RFA 16 takes place at Friday, July 25th at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Co., and will be televised live on AXS TV at 10 pm EST / 7PM PST. The card will be headlined by a heavyweight fighters Jan "Janimal" Joregensen and Josh Copeland for the promotions inaugurial heavyweight title. Also on the card is a bantamweight title-eliminator bout between Jarred Mercado and Jake Klemme and a featured welterweight bout with Chris "Stump" Heatherly vs. Josh "Superman" Cavan.
Jorgensen (7-0(1-NC)) is regarded by some as one of the best heavyweight prospects no already in the UFC. He was a defensive end at BYU from 2006-2009, and has competed in MMA professionaly since 2011. Cavan (9-3) will also be making his promotional debut is and is currently riding a four-fight win streak.
BYU linebacker Brandon Olgetree was named 2012 FBS All-Independent Honorable Mention. Olgetree led the Cougars in tackles (102) and second in tackles-for-loss with 13.5. The feisty, fiery, undersized linebacker was a key factor in the success of the Cougars defense finishing third overall in the nation, in total defense. Olgetree was invited to play in the Casino Del Sol All-Star game a chance to showcase his talents in front of NFL scouts and coaches. Ogletree will also be playing in NFLPA game.
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