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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Unlike their last meeting in Boise, BYU and Boise State could be involved in an offensive shootout this time around.
After suffering a 42-35 setback to Nevada at home last Saturday, the Cougars returned to practice Monday “tired” and “resolved,” according to coach Bronco Mendenhall.
To avoid another four-game losing streak, BYU will need to defeat Boise State Friday night in Idaho.
Early in the third quarter Saturday night, BYU led Nevada by 15 points and was driving in Wolf Pack territory, appearing poised to add to its lead. But the Cougars came up empty on that possession.
In BYU’s 28-23 victory last year at Nevada, quarterback Taysom Hill rushed for 154 yards and running back Jamaal Williams gained a career-high 219 yards on the ground.
BYU’s game Saturday against Nevada features a tale of two quarterbacks. Both teams have seniors at the controls, but they are at opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of experience.
Saturday's contest between BYU and Nevada could be an old-fashioned aerial shootout at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
The Cougars are aiming for their first victory in nearly one month after falling to Utah State and Central Florida.
From sad experience, Nevada coach Brian Polian can sympathize with BYU’s health woes. The Cougars have been decimated by injuries in recent weeks, and Polian suffered through similar circumstances last se...
Yes, the dream of an undefeated season and a berth in a big-time bowl is over for BYU. So what’s at stake for the 4-2, independent Cougars, with no conference championship to play for?