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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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With the game seemingly over, two Maple Mountain seniors came through in a big way to secure a miracle win and a ticket to the 4A playoffs.
Will Borthick, who covers Middle Tennessee State football, answers five questions to give insight into BYU's next opponent.
The 4A state playoffs kick off Friday with Timpview the obvious favorite in most people's minds. But in order for the Thunderbirds to repeat as champions they'll have to wade through many other top programs pri...
Logan Taele has become a productive defensive lineman for the Cougars after starting his career as a walk-on.
Former Utah Ute Paul Kruger led the list of local standouts with three sacks in Cleveland's 23-13 win over the Oakland Raiders.
The Mustangs withstood a comeback attempt from the Vikings with some timely turnovers early in the fourth quarter of Thursday's win.
The Kansas City Royals are locked in a 1-1 tie with the San Francisco Giants in the World Series and will now call on Guthrie to start game 3 Friday.
It's the final week of play in Region 4 and nothing is quite settled as six of the seven region teams are still alive for postseason play.
It's hard to poke holes in BYU's offensive production against Nevada last week, but according to at least one offensive coach, resting on the stats put up by the offense is for losers.
Former BYU Cougar Brett Keisel had a big game and was integral during Pittsburgh's late first half scoring spree in its 30-23 win over the Houston Texans.