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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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As well as BYU quarterback Taysom Hill played at times last season — rushing for more than 1,344 yards and throwing for nearly 3,000 more — his teammates say they expect to see even better performan...
Despite the fact last year’s backup quarterback, Ammon Olsen, transferred to Southern Utah, BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall is comfortable with his QB situation heading into the 2014 season.
Thirty years after shocking the college football world by winning the 1984 national championship, BYU will honor the players this fall who made it happen.
BYU cornerback Jordan Johnson has traveled an arduous and lonely path the past year after suffering a torn ACL, but he's excited to get back on the field.
As an independent with no conference championship to contend for, and a schedule front-loaded with challenging road games, an increased emphasis is placed on the first part of BYU’s football season.
Freshman linebacker Sione Takitaki, who joined the team this summer, is no longer with the Cougars, according to a report.
Originally, Paul Lasike came to BYU to play rugby. Now, the native of Auckland, New Zealand, plays football, too. And he’s very good at both.
Since his retirement from the NFL, former BYU star cornerback Tim McTyer has been keeping busy in a variety of pursuits.
BYU tight end Devin Mahina is hoping to make his mark on the Cougars' program in his final season on the field.
BYU football players say they love being able to travel all across the country to face schools as an independent.