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[8 Aug 2012 | 14 Comments | ]
New Video Boards Going Up at LES

When BYU fans enter LaVell Edwards Stadium for Thursday morning’s open scrimmage and practice, they will notice plenty of new changes to the facility.
First and foremost are the new 60-foot wide HD screens that have been installed in the framework of the north and south scoreboards.
The north scoreboard frame has been enlarged to hold two gigantic speaker cabinets as part of an upgraded audio system that is part of the new set up as well.
A new series of LED boards that will create a ribbon of video along the top …

Current Cougars, Former Cougars, Lavell Edwards Stadium, Mountain West Conf. »

[25 Nov 2008 | 28 Comments | ]

Let’s get the bad news out of the way…
5.   Not Dominating Washington.  At the beginning of the year perception can be detrimental to the psyche of the team.  We went into that game thinking Washington was supposed to be a good team.  They had a lot of hype around them this year coming in.  We were content with playing them tough and being ahead by a score.  Hindsight is 20/20 right?  Reference No.2 for this, but it would have been great to come out and stomp them like …

Current Cougars, Lavell Edwards Stadium, Mountain West Conf., On the Road, U of U week »

[17 Nov 2008 | 39 Comments | ]

After thinking about the Cougar’s and Ute’s situations I am left wondering if the build-up and anticipation of Saturday’s game is diminished because of BYU loss? The Utes lived up to their end of the bargain and enter the game with an unblemished record. BYU suffered a demoralizing loss to TCU, but has since rebounded and is once again playing good football.

Lavell Edwards Stadium, Mountain West Conf., Scouting Reports, SDSU Week »

[7 Nov 2008 | 5 Comments | ]

Due to injuries and early heart wrenching losses SDSU is very light up the middle. They have good sideline-to-sideline speed but have a hard time standing toe to toe with their opponents in the trenches. After some bad losses in recent weeks this SDSU team is coming into Provo with desperation in their eyes. If our offense or defense comes out and lays an egg on their first series it could end up being a long day. BYU instead must comes out and blast SDSU straight in the chest, they …

Lavell Edwards Stadium, Mountain West Conf., Scouting Reports, SDSU Week »

[7 Nov 2008 | 6 Comments | ]

With the SDSU offense there are a few things that concern me and a few things give me a lot of hope. Let’s start with what concerns me. They have enough athletic ability to take a simple run or pass play and break it loose for a big gain. They also use the spread formation a lot because they have the speed and ability at the WR position.
Know that the bad news is out of the way here is the good news. Their offensive play calling always comes back to …

Current Cougars, Lavell Edwards Stadium, Mountain West Conf., Post Game, UNLV Week »

[25 Oct 2008 | 30 Comments | ]

“I thought it would be interesting if I wrote a post game report along with Quinn just to be able to compare how we each viewed the game. I am at a slight disadvantage in that I am limited to watching the game on the mtn (who continues to impress me with their incompetence as a sports network) so my angles are a little different. Thus I will not go into great detail but give more of an overview of the day.
Today was a great day for the …

Lavell Edwards Stadium »

[25 Sep 2008 | 19 Comments | ]

This video is of Penn State’s stadium when they do a white-out. Each fan wears white and they also have a white towel that they wave during the introduction and game. It looks amazing and shows the fans loyalty and dedication to supporting the team. It would be hard to pull off, but could we?
We would need to first organize 64,000 small blue towels, and then we would have to hand them out somewhere outside of the stadium. BYU doesn’t allow anyone to interfere with people getting to the

Coaching Staff, Lavell Edwards Stadium, Mountain West Conf., Wyoming week »

[18 Sep 2008 | 19 Comments | ]

10.  I am putting this one first, I DO want to see Utah and TCU win.  I think it will bring more positive attention to the conference and it will set those games up to be “must watches.”  It could also continue to shake up the top 25 and help the stars align to get us another national title….. I didn’t stutter.
9.  I DON’T want to see anyone get injured.  Injuries are something BYU has avoided in recent years and can hopefully continue to avoid.  We need to get up …

Lavell Edwards Stadium, On the Road, UCLA week »

[11 Sep 2008 | 5 Comments | ]

September 11, 2008
I’m sorry this is off topic, but I had to bring it up.  How could you expect your team to be focused on a huge game when you have Snoop Dogg handing gatorade out on the sideline?  I guess the USC AD has 150-200 sideline passes for this weeks game in the Coliseum.  These passes will go to former players (OJ Simpson, please), administration, rappers, movie stars, and who knows who else.  Maybe Lauren from the Hills, just as long as Heidi isn’t there.  I’m not mad at USC, …

Current Cougars, Lavell Edwards Stadium, Tradition, UCLA week »

[9 Sep 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

There is always some sort of a home field advantage.  Whether it is being familiar with the game day routine, or the crowd, or not having to travel.  I always felt so comfortable playing in Lavelle Edwards Stadium.  I would arrive at the stadium walk to my locker, go get taped-up and drink a Powerade.  Then I would put on my socks, pants and cleats and walk out the tunnel to the field.  When I got to the field, I would walk down the home sideline to the opposite goal line, across …