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BYU Cougars: Who will replace Haws?

For the BYU Cougars and their basketball program, 2015 marked the end of a career for a great player.  Tyler Haws became the All-Time leading scorer at BYU in a game against Portland where he scored 21 points to surpass Jimmer Fredette. Kyle Collinsworth The question that is raised by Cougar fans now is, who will step up?  It is a huge void that needs to be filled.  Sure, the...
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April 19, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU Basketball: Will Cougars ever play Wolverines?

Mark Poper On Tuesday March 31, the Utah Valley Wolverines introduced Mark Pope as the new men’s basketball coach.  One question that was raised to coach Pope was if he sees BYU on the horizon any time soon.  “I think that’s something that is entirely possible.  I think that is something that would be great for Utah Valley University…I think it would be great for this...
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April 02, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU Basketball: A Need for defense

On Tuesday March 17, 2015, the BYU Cougars jumped out to a 17-point lead at halftime against the Ole Miss Rebels in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship tournament. Ole Miss With the way that BYU was shooting the ball, most people would have thought the game was over.  It wasn’t the case as Ole Miss scored 62 points in the second half and shot 60...
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March 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Hampton goes wire-to-wire, Ole Miss comes back to beat BYU

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) Let this be a lesson to the 64 NCAA Tournament teams yet to take the floor: A quick start means a lot. A great finish is even better. Reginald Jackson was at his best early and late to lead Hampton - just 12-17 and headed nowhere 12 days earlier - to a 74-64 wire-to-wire victory over Manhattan in a matchup of 16 seeds on Tuesday night at the First Four. In the...
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March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Ole Miss rallies from 17-point deficit to beat BYU in First Four

  Stefan Moody scored 26 points and led Mississippi's comeback from a 17-point halftime deficit to a 94-90 victory over BYU on Tuesday night in the NCAA tournament's First Four. The Rebels (21-12) trailed until Moody led a 15-2 run midway through the second half. He hit a late 3-pointer that helped finish off the tournament's first big comeback. Ole Miss goes to Jacksonville, Florida...
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March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

I Love / Hate BYU Men’s Basketball

Another great submission by R TODD GRAHAM: Last Tuesday night I was excited for Cougar basketball.  It was time for the Conference Championship game I thought “maybe this is the year”.  My excitement went away quickly.  Every year I try to recommit my love for Cougar basketball and I come away with some hatred. I’ve been a BYU fan my whole life.  I love Cougar sports...
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March 16, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU vs. Ole Miss – Game Time, TV Channel, Announcers, Betting Line, Predictions

Twitter/OleMissMBB BYU and Ole Miss, two of the last four teams in this year’s field, will square off this Tuesday in Dayton for the right to play 6-seed Xavier this Thursday. The Cougars finished tied for second in the West Coast Conference this past year, and were bounced by league champ Gonzaga in the conference tournament. Ole Miss finished in a four-way tie for third place...
Via College Spun
March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Kragthorpe: BYU enjoys stress-free victory; Gonzaga is next

Las Vegas The BYU Cougars hardly resembled their usual selves Monday night. Not the traditional Las Vegas version, anyway. A big part of BYU’s game remained intact, with Chase Fischer and Tyler Haws highlighting a first-half shooting exhibition and Kyle Collinsworth doing a lot of everything. The twist was how easily the Cougars took care of Portland with an 84-70 victory in the...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
March 10, 2015

BYU basketball: Haws a finalist for premier shooting guard award

Las Vegas • Tyler Haws proved again on Saturday night that he’s one of the better mid-range jump shooters in college basketball, if not the best. His 18-footer with 2.5 seconds remaining helped the Cougars defeat Santa Clara in the West Coast Conference quarterfinals. Before Monday’s semifinal game against Portland, Haws learned that he’s one of five finalists for the Jerry...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
March 10, 2015

BYU Basketball: Will They Go Dancing?

Tyler Haws After Tyler Haws hit a 15-shot with 2.5 sconds left to defeat the Broncos of Santa Clara on Saturday night in the West Coast Conference tournament, He helped the BYU Cougars get one step closer to getting an invite to the Big Dance. The Cougars, who are coming off a huge win against Gonzaga on March 1st, had to fight and scrap their way to a win over the upset minded...
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March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU basketball: Cougars feeling the heat as WCC semifinal looms Monday

Las Vegas • After Tyler Haws' clutch 18-foot jumper finally put away pesky Santa Clara late Saturday night in a West Coast Conference men's basketball quarterfinal game, Haws and fellow guard Kyle Collinsworth acknowledged there's a lot of pressure on the NCAA bubble-sitting Cougars, as opposed to their lower-seeded opponents. "Those first games are tough, because [opponents] have...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
March 08, 2015

BYU basketball: Haws hits game-winner to lift Cougars past Santa Clara, 78-76

Las Vegas • The BYU Cougars expected a much tougher game against Santa Clara in the West Coast Conference tournament than they got from the Broncos in two regular-season blowouts, and they got it. Tyler Haws hit a pull-up jumper with 2.5 seconds remaining to give the Cougars a 78-76 win over the gritty Broncos in a WCC quarterfinal late Saturday night. Brandon Clark’s desperation...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
March 08, 2015

BYU basketball: Haws comes up clutch, Cougs avoid WCC tourney upset

There was the shot that beat Texas in a tournament in Kansas City, and the jumper that almost beat Saint Mary’s before Matthew Dellavedova’s dagger, but the biggest shot of Tyler Haws’ storied BYU career might have occurred late Saturday night in Las Vegas. Haws hit an 18-foot jumper with 2.5 seconds remaining to give the Cougars a wild 78-76 win over Santa Clara. “We didn’t...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
March 08, 2015

BYU basketball: Haws, Collinsworth named All-WCC first team

Saturday's historic win over then-No. 3 Gonzaga in Spokane didn't help the BYU Cougars much when it came to receiving postseason honors on Tuesday in the West Coast Conference. The Zags swept the four individual awards, as coach Mark Few won Coach of the Year, senior Kevin Pangos won Player of the Year, senior Gary Bell Jr. won Defensive Player of the Year and junior Kyle Wiltjer...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
March 03, 2015

BYU Basketball: Gonzaga Preview

When the BYU Cougars and Gonzaga Bulldogs meet in Spokane Saturday night, a lot will be at stake for both teams. BYU (22-8, 12-5) is hoping a win at no. 3-ranked Gonzaga (29-1, 17-0) will catapult them into the NCAA Tournament. Gonzaga on the other hand, is looking to secure the no.1 seed in the same tournament. Far different goals, but both key motivating factors going into Saturday...
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February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU Basketball: Haws outscores Jimmer

During Thursday night’s victory, Tyler Haws passed Jimmer Fredette as the career scoring leader at BYU. When Danny Ainge became BYU’s scoring leader in 1981, it took 30 years before Jimmer took over the top spot. Now only four years later, Haws has become BYU’s all-time scoring leader. Going into Thursday’s game at Portland, Haws only needed seven points to pass Jimmer....
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February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU-Gonzaga Preview

As Gonzaga looks to complete a historic run through the West Coast Conference, it's also preparing itself for the rigors of the upcoming postseason. Looking to extend their school-record winning streak to 23 games, the third-ranked Bulldogs try to become the first team to go 18-0 in the West Coast Conference on Saturday night when they host surging BYU. Having already clinched a...
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February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Tyler Haws passes Jimmer Fredette as BYU career scoring leader

  Tyler Haws scored 21 points in passing Jimmer Fredette as BYU's all-time leading scorer and leading the Cougars to an 82-69 victory over Portland on Thursday night. Haws now has 2,614 points, eclipsing Fredette's 2,599. Haws also reached double figures for the 117th time, tying Danny Ainge for the most in school history. Skyler Halford added 19 points and Kyle Collinsworth, who...
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February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU basketball: Haws breaks scoring record, Cougars rally for win over Portland

On a night when Tyler Haws became the career scoring leader at BYU, it was mostly another Cougar who kept the team’s dim NCAA Tournament hopes alive. Haws scored 21 points, passing Jimmer Fredette’s 2,599 points with a layup in the first half, and Skyler Halford scored 16 of his 19 points in the second half as the Cougars overcame an 8-point halftime deficit and rolled past Portland...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
February 27, 2015

Haws passes Fredette in BYU's 82-69 win over Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Tyler Haws scored 21 points in passing Jimmer Fredette as BYU's all-time leading scorer and leading the Cougars to an 82-69 victory over Portland on Thursday night. Haws now has 2,614 points, eclipsing Fredette's 2,599. Haws also reached double figures for the 117th time, tying Danny Ainge for the most in school history. Skyler Halford added 19 points and Kyle...
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February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Low-key Tyler Haws eyes Jimmer Fredette, BYU scoring record

PROVO, Utah (AP) BYU guard Tyler Haws is on the verge of breaking the school's all-time scoring record held by the popular Jimmer Fredette. Haws was on his Mormon mission in the Philippines when Fredette starred. He played alongside Fredette as a freshman, but was disconnected from the team in 2010 while serving his two-year mission. Fredette finished his career with 2,599 points...
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February 25, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU basketball: Cougars return to site of excruciating 3OT loss

As I noted in my BYU basketball notebook today, it is kind of ironic that Tyler Haws will likely break the school’s all-time scoring record on Thursday night in the arena where he set his career-high. Haws, who needs seven points to pass Jimmer Fredette, scored 48 points last year at Chiles Center in Portland in a 114-110 triple-overtime loss to the Pilots. The Cougars have defeated...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
February 25, 2015

BYU Basketball: The Record Will Fall

On Thursday night February 26, 2015, the BYU Cougars travel to Portland, Oregon for a West Coast Conference match-up with the Portland Pilots.  It is a crucial game for the Cougars if they want to work their way into the conversation of an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament in March. It is also important for another reason. Tyler Haws Tyler Haws will look to break the all-time...
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February 25, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU basketball: Cougars roll to 75-62 win over San Diego

Provo • Tyler Haws wasn’t able to break Jimmer Fredette’s scoring record at home, but other than that, the BYU Cougars got what they wanted on Thursday night in front of 17,092 in the last regular-season game at the Marriott Center: a revenge-filled, confidence-building win. Haws scored 28 points, leaving him just six shy of Fredette’s 2,599 career points, and the Cougars...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
February 20, 2015

Haws, Collinsworth lead BYU past San Diego, 75-62

PROVO, Utah (AP) Tyler Haws scored 28, and Kyle Collinsworth added 16 points to help BYU extend its win streak to four by beating San Diego 75-62 on Thursday night. Collinsworth also had 11 rebounds and four assists. Anson Winder scored 15 on 5-of-7 shooting for the Cougars (21-8, 11-5 West Coast), who avenged a Jan. 24 loss at San Diego. BYU led 33-28 at halftime and scored 14...
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February 20, 2015  |  Discuss
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