Brandon Gurney
Brandon Gurney covers recruiting, high school sports, and BYU athletics for the Deseret News. Previously, he worked with scout.com for eight years, covering BYU, with an emphasis on recruit coverage. He joined the Deseret News full-time in the summer of 2011.

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Considering everything that has gone against Pacific this season, it's easy to understand why emotions ran high for Tiger players and coaches after they upset the Cougars on Saturday.
When the BYU men’s volleyball team asserts its physicality at the net there are few teams nationally that can withstand it. Case in point? The Cougars’ straight-set sweep (25-20, 25-16, 26-24) over ...
Information and images travel fast on Twitter, a good thing for true-blue fan Spencer Cloward and his parents.
Utah State loaded up on wide receiver and junior college talent for its 2016 class, a group that includes the son of one of the NFL's most notable former linebackers.
Caden Haws was all set to commit to BYU early last September, but after a surprising phone call, learned he'd no longer have that option.
After narrowing his final three choices to Utah, BYU and Colorado, Pututau decided on the Utes due to the program's ability to put defensive linemen into the NFL, among other factors.
Hayden Livingston grew up a big fan of former BYU quarterback great Ty Detmer, so when that same quarterback got in touch with him in early January, the response was one of great excitement.
Shawn Olmstead presents a relaxed, easy-going demeanor, but don't be mistaken — the first-year BYU men's volleyball coach knows how to get the job done.
BYU's new football staff is now complete and was formally introduced to deafening cheers during halftime of Saturday's basketball game between the Cougars and Pepperdine.
Utah, BYU and Utah State have all but put the finishing touches on their respective signing classes for 2016.