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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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Since the college football season ended, at least two former BYU players have seen their National Football League draft stock rise.
As BYU heads into its third season of Robert Anae’s second tour of duty as offensive coordinator, the Cougars expect the offense to be rolling from the outset.
A former BYU student manager who spent the past four years as an assistant coach at Salt Lake Community College has been hired as the Cougars’ new director of basketball operations, coach Dave Rose announ...
When BYU opened the 2014-15 season last November, it had 17 eligible players on the roster. But when the Cougars tip off the 2015-16 campaign, the roster will look much different as nine of those players have s...
On a night that saw arch-rivals BYU and Utah combine for four home runs, it was an infield single that ultimately won the game for the Cougars.
BYU’s basketball program is losing a pair of underclassmen.Monday afternoon, the school announced that guard Frank Bartley IV and forward Isaac Neilson are transferring.
BYU will be entering its fifth season as an independent this fall, but, in many ways, not belonging to a conference makes success even tougher.
For a decade now, Rose has been coaching a BYU program that holds a dubious record: the most NCAA Tournament appearances — 29 and counting — without a Final Four appearance. But reaching that covete...
While Dave Rose is looking to replace assistant Mark Pope, who left BYU to become the new head coach at Utah Valley University, he expects star guard Kyle Collinsworth to return for his senior season.
At BYU — a place known for being a quarterback factory — it was strange to see a dearth of quarterbacks during spring practices.