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Jeff Call has been a sportswriter for the Deseret News since 1997. He is the BYU beat writer and has been covering Cougar sports since 1993, when he served as sports editor at the Daily Universe. Call has written several books, including "Mormonville," "Rolling With the Tide," and "Cougarmania." He and his wife, CherRon, have six sons and live in Cedar Hills.

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In the bottom half of the second, second baseman Brennon Anderson’s three-run home run tied the game, and the Cougars went on to earn a 10-5 victory before a crowd of 2,541 in the regular-season finale.
In early April, when BYU second baseman Brennon Anderson tore the ligament in his thumb while sliding headfirst into first base, it appeared he would be sidelined for the rest of the season.
The West Coast Conference announced Thursday that it has extended its contract to hold the men's and women's basketball tournaments at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas through 2019.
Having lost three of its top four pass-catchers from last season — Mitch Mathews, Devon Blackmon and Terenn Houk — some observers wonder where BYU’s receiving production will come from next fa...
The heavyweights of the collegiate rugby world, BYU and Cal, have met in each the past three seasons for the Varsity Cup Rugby Championship. Along the way, the Cougars and Bears have had classic finishes, but B...
For those wondering how the BYU rugby team would fare after losing star Jonny Linehan to the football team, the short answer is: just fine, thank you.
To BYU defensive end Bronson Kaufusi, he’s a perfect fit with the Baltimore Ravens. Kaufusi became the first local player selected in the 2016 National Football League draft Friday night when he was picke...
Terenn Houk could be a late-round selection. Though he was listed as a receiver when he played in the Cougars’ spread offense, Houk has drawn considerable attention from NFL teams as a flex tight end who ...
It’s no wonder that former BYU defensive end Bronson Kaufusi is an intriguing prospect heading into this week’s National Football League draft. As for his measurables, at 6-foot-6, 285 pounds, Kaufu...
Big man will join football team in addition to playing basketball; scholarship opens up for incoming freshman from Richland, Washington.