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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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Players are mindful to take the coming season with the cliche, "one game at a time," while admitting certain games on the schedule have been circled on their calendar.
The Zions Bank Beehive Classic was announced on Thursday and will feature back-to-back games played between four local basketball programs at Vivint Arena.
Jamaal Williams likes what he's seen from his position group, leading up to fall practices, except for an unfortunate nickname he's working earnestly to replace.
Tejan Koroma missed all of spring practices after leaving the program for a short time and will have his work cut out come fall to earn back his starting center position.
AMA SuperBike points leader Cameron Beaubier won the first series race of Saturday's competition with Spain's Elias taking the second.
The name of the venue has changed, but the same great SuperBike competitors will again make their way through Utah starting this Thursday.
The All-Poly Camp has long attracted top collegiate coaches, but it's largely the quality of the participants that bring those same coaches in from around the country.
Pleasant Grove's Payton Henry signed on with the Milwaukee Brewers organization on Wednesday, opting to go professional instead of playing for BYU.
The event bills itself as America's toughest stage race and will begin Aug. 1 and run through Aug. 7.
BYU's Brennon Lund and Michael Rucker led off Saturday's draft in being selected in the 11th round during the final day of selections.