Dick Harmon
Dick Harmon is a columnist for the Deseret News with a focus on college athletics. He previously worked as executive sports editor, sports columnist, city editor and police reporter for the Provo Daily Herald for 26 years. He has often appeared on ESPN and other broadcasting programs nationwide. He has written three books and co-authored a fourth. His work has appeared in The Sporting News and other national publications. He and his wife AnnaLee have four children and reside in Orem, Utah.

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Former Utah Gatorade Player of the Year Ammon Olsen is battling two Thunderbirds for a chance to start at SUU after transferring from BYU.
Gary Crowton, one of Utah's most-traveled coaches ever, returns to Utah with the title of offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Southern Utah University.
One year after BYU offensive coordinator Robert Anae returned to Provo from Arizona, it is evident Cougar offensive players are more capable of executing the "go-fast, go hard" offense he brought with him.
With a lot of criticism over their No. 10 seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament, the Cougars can make the case themselves in Milwaukee when they take on Oregon.
While BYU sophomore Kyle Collinsworth won't have season-ending surgery on his knee until Tuesday, he'll be with teammates Selction Sunday and has already make a set of plans for making a comeback.
BYU hasn't won a conference tournament in Las Vegas since 2001, and Tuesday's matchup with Gonzaga followed a similar script as the Zags looked super and the Cougars came out flat.
BYU junior Tyler Haws became BYU’s fifth all-time leading scorer less than 13 minutes into the first half of the Cougars’ WCC tournament semifinal game against San Francisco.
Starter Kylie Maeda and her backup Stephanie Rovetti stepped up big time in BYU's WCC semifinal win over Pacific on Monday.
A year ago, Kyle Collinsworth was serving a Mormon mission in Russia. Saturday, he was setting the attitude and the tone for BYU in a WCC tournament quarterfinal victory.
The play of point guards and the ability of long-range shooters will be crucial in determining the champions of the four conference tournaments being held in Las Vegas.