Rise & Shout

2
Sep

199: Nebraska Preview with Darnell Dickson

Darnell Dickson of The Daily Herald joins us to help preview the big game against the Cornhuskers. Darnell used to cover Nebraska, and he gives us the inside scoop on the game day experience and more. Adam and Matt then preview the game, make bold predictions, and get excited for football.


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26
Aug

198: Season Preview with Brandon Gurney

Brandon Gurney of the Deseret News shares with what he learned from fall camp and, as always, sheds light on recruiting. Adam and Matt then talk women’s soccer, men’s basketball trip to Spain, and Robert Anae playing with fire. Then it’s their season preview extravaganza with bold predictions galore.

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19
Aug

197: Spencer Linton on Fall Camp and the Rivalry

Spencer Linton of BYUtv rejoins the podcast to break down the extension of the BYU-Utah football rivalry and to expound upon the biggest storylines in fall camp. Matt and Adam then talk about the status of the rivalry and breakdown the BYU men's basketball schedule, followed by a preview of the BYU offense.

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12
Aug

196: Fall camp news; Defensive Preview

Adam and Matt are back together again for a podcast covering the latest from fall practice. They preview the BYU defense and discuss whether Bronco’s magic coaching dust will enable a Top 40 unit. In light of Jamaal Williams’ absence, they break down how the running back position will play out and who will carry the load.

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5
Aug

195: Jimmer Lives; Fall Camp Storylines

It’s a double guest edition of the CougarFan.com Rise & Shout Podcast.

Jay Yeomans of the Deseret News and JMoneySports.com is up to discuss Jimmer’s chances of making the San Antonio Spurs. He also breaks down the process of ranking the top 100 defensive football players in BYU history.

Frequent guest Jarom Jordan pinch hits for Matt to talk Jimmer, Tyler Haws, and plays over/under, Cougars in the Pros Edition. We also discuss fall camp storylines and pick our favorite summer movie.

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21
Jul

194: Cougars in Pros; Big 12 Media Day

Matt and Adam get together to discuss the latest news in BYU sports. They discuss Austin Collie’s CFL emergence, Harvey Jackson’s admiration for Bronco Mendenhall, best RB-QB combo in school history, and the Big 12 media day circus. They also pine for EA Sports to make a new NCAA football game.


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14
Jul

193: Jarom Jordan on football and basketball

In Episode 193, Jarom Jordan of BYU SportsNation fame returns to the podcast. He breaks down the potential starting five for the men’s basketball team and who might surprise. Then he and Adam debate which Cougar football team was better -- 2006 or 2009. Jarom finishes by discussing the new sibling volleyball coaches.


Matt and Adam then talk Tyler Haws and his perfect stats, Austin Collie’s CFL splash, Taysom’s hype machine, and they continue the debate of the 2006 versus 2009.
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2
Jul

192: Bill Connelly of SB Nation

Bill Connelly, college football writer for SB Nation, joins the show to talk through his take on BYU’s 2015 potential. He also talks about who might be BYU’s toughest opponent, and why he thinks BYU has a chance to go 4-0 in September.

Matt and Adam then talk about Jake Heaps’ football journey, they rank BYU’s 2015 opponents, and they dive into the latest conference expansion rumor insanity.

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24
Jun

191: Football Media Day

It’s BYU Football Media Day, and Matt and Adam break down all the biggest storylines, including independent scheduling, the health of Taysom and Jamaal, and new strength coach Jason Wintrich. They also define what exactly is a middle-aged vanilla man.

Get all your BYU sports news at CougarFan.com.

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16
Jun

190: Great Cougar Expectations for 2015

In Episode 190, Matt and Adam cover news topics including Ziggy as the Lions most important player, Nate Austin’s comeback, and 7-foot-3 Alan Hamson coming to BYU. They also break down fair expectations for Bronco, how BYU wins 10 games, and the NFL potential of Taysom Hill, Jamaal Williams and Bronson Kaufusi.


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