Brigham Young Rumors & News

  • 6-foot-10 BYU center Corbin Kaufusi to play football in 2016

    Salt Lake Tribune "BYU announced Friday that 6-foot-10 basketball center Corbin Kaufusi will play football this fall. Kaufusi, the 6-10, 255-pound brother of probable NFL draft pick Bronson Kaufusi, will join the football team for camp in August and then re-join the basketball team once the football season ends." April 22

  • Valparaiso beats BYU to advance to NIT championship

    The Sports Xchange "NEW YORK -- Once Valparaiso coach Bryce Drew found out his team wasn't selected for the NCAA Tournament, he started focusing on the positives of playing in the National Invitation Tournament. "Our goals shifted to this tournament (NIT) and it's been sensational," Drew said. "It's better than..." March 29

  • BYU 88, Creighton 82

    The Sports Xchange "Freshman guard Zac Seljaas made five 3-pointers and scored 19 points to help Brigham Young post an 88-82 victory over Creighton on Tuesday at Provo, Utah, and advances into the NIT semifinals for the second time in four seasons. Junior forward Kyle Davis scored 18 points on 7-of-9 shooting,..." March 23

  • BYU 80, Virginia Tech 77

    The Sports Xchange "Senior guard Chase Fischer scored 24 points, leading second-seeded BYU to an 80-77 victory over third-seeded Virginia Tech in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament on Friday night at the Marriott Center in Provo, Utah. Kyle Collinsworth had 18 points and 10 rebounds for BYU..." March 19

  • Brigham Young 97, UAB 79

    The Sports Xchange "Senior guard Chase Fischer made seven 3-pointers while scoring 27 points and senior point guard Kyle Collinsworth extended his NCAA career triple-doubles record to 12 as the Brigham Young Cougars recorded a 97-79 victory over Alabama-Birmingham on Wednesday in National Invitation Tournament..." March 17

  • Larry Krystkowiak: Utah-BYU series canceled due to 'toxic environment'

    The Score "Utah's Larry Krystkowiak made national headlines last week when he canceled the 2016-17 contest against in-state rival BYU amid safety concerns, and the Utes coach expanded on the reason for his decision Monday. "Within this matchup exists a highly venomous and toxic environment that fuels..." January 12

  • Utah cancels 2016-17 men's basketball contest vs. BYU

    The Score "The Holy War rivalry between BYU and Utah is one of the fiercest in college basketball, but will be absent from next season's calendar after Utah cancelled the scheduled game. "I disagree with the decision," Cougars coach Dave Rose said in a statement. "I know our students, our players, our..." January 07