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 BYU basketball coach Frank Arnold and guard Scott Runia remember the late Alan Taylor, a former BYU center who will be laid to rest in Reno on Saturday.
One of the most decorated amateur golfers in Utah history, Zac Blair, turned professional after his BYU career and is now chasing pros in Cordoba, Argentina, this weekend. He begins today's final round in a tie...
By signing one-year players from Stanford, UTEP and Nebraska, BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall is filling a need for targeted positions and depth sorely needed by the Cougars. We shall see if it works, but special ...
The famous LDS superstar basketball player at Duke University is deciding whether to stay and play another year of college ball or put his name in for the NBA draft. Either way, he's a winner and prepared to su...
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.