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Spenser Heaps, Deseret News
Cougars hit their stride in second half in a 95-88 win over Niagara
PROVO — It took a while for the BYU men's basketball team to figure out visiting Niagara on Tuesday, but, when it did, everything seemed to fall into place. The result was a 95-88 win where the Cougars took control about midway through the second half and then rolled to a relatively easy victory. The Cougars were led by Elijah Bryant and his team-high 22 points, with Yoeli Childs contributing 21 and TJ Haws another 18. All three players did their best work in the second half d
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
The rise and fall: An inside look at the decline of BYU's marquee sports programs
The promise of the late 1970s and 1980s is long gone, and the school's big gamble to try life as a college football independent has not yielded the desired results.
Associated Press
Hawaii-BYU rivalry features nightmarish games for Detmer, Cougars at Aloha Stadium
For BYU, Honolulu is also known as a place where dreams and celebrations can be ruined. Or come close to being ruined. As the Cougars renew an old rivalry with the Rainbow Warriors, offensive coordinator Ty Detmer knows all about that.