Vai Sikahema
Vai Sikahema is the Sports Director and Anchor for NBC10 Philadelphia. He is a two-time All-Pro, two-time Emmy Award winner and was a member of BYU's 1984 National Championship team.

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Navy football coach Kenny Niumatalolo quietly navigates his hectic schedule and the many people in his life — assistant coaches, players, rear admirals, administrators, legendary alums like Roger Staubach...
No one likes learning of a friend or loved one's death in the news, but I appreciated Dick Harmon's sensitive treatment of Bruce Hansen's life and tribute.
I first met Elder Perry while in San Diego for the 1980 Holiday Bowl as an 18-year-old freshman. Frankly, I didn’t know who he was – which tells you all you need to know about me as an 18-year-old.
I was inundated with emails about my piece on Jim McMahon’s graduation, jersey retirement and induction into BYU’s Hall of Fame from a few weeks ago.
It’s a rare commodity, but the Kemoeatu brothers are showing us that it is possible to be both tough and kind.
The greatest quarterback in the history of BYU is finally graduating and will make BYU's Hall of Fame.
My story is as improbable as many of the stories of BYU-Hawaii students — growing up in remote villages, yet finding their way to campus and perhaps even learning English as a second language.
After serving a two-year LDS mission in the Florida Tampa Mission, Harvey Langi will return to Utah on Tuesday and said he hopes to transfer to BYU despite playing his freshman season for the Utes.
Last weekend, I flew to Chicago for my cousin David Tafuna's graduation from Northwestern's prestigious Kellogg School of Management with his MBA.
With each succeeding Mormon missionary discussion with Ron Stewart's family over a three-week period, the family came with someone new.