Compiled by Jeff Call
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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BYU running back Jamaal Williams has been conspicuously absent from spring practices as he has been recovering from the knee surgery he underwent in November. What are the chances that Williams will be back for...
Can Cougar coach Bronco Mendenhall, who has reprised his role of overseeing the defense and calling the plays, turn the defense around? So far, it’s a work in progress.
Bronco Mendenhall deemed BYU’s first-ever “Friday Night Lights” a rousing success. A crowd of 14,000 turned out at LaVell Edwards Stadium for an event that featured a kids’ football clin...
When it comes to the spring game, BYU football coach Bronco Mendenhall is breaking from tradition. The scrimmage at LaVell Edwards Stadium is being staged Friday night (6 p.m.) rather than on a Saturday afterno...
For the BYU football program, the search is on for a punter. “The punter spot is the position we need to work on most during the offseason,” said special teams coordinator Kelly Poppinga.
BYU’s basketball program has said goodbye to its all-time leading scorer, Tyler Haws, but a lot of talent is returning, or joining the team, next season.
While the conclusion of BYU’s recently completed basketball season was something Cougar fans would like to forget, there were plenty of memorable, and historic, moments during the 2014-15 campaign.
Then came the second half. That's when Ole Miss flipped everything around. In the end, the Rebels closed out BYU's season, marking yet another quick NCAA tournament exit and one that will haunt the Cougars for ...
BYU guard Tyler Haws scored 33 points Tuesday night at DU Arena against Ole Miss, but it wasn’t enough to help the Cougars advance in the NCAA tournament.
Three years later, BYU knows how Iona felt. The No. 11-seeded Cougars squandered a 17-point halftime lead and fell to No. 11 Ole Miss 94-90 in the NCAA tournament First Four Tuesday night at UD Arena.