Women’s volleyball took out two good teams this week to advance to the Final Four. We discuss their chances in the rematch with Stanford. Men’s basketball bounced back with two rivalry wins. We debate if this is a turnaround and what Nick Emery’s impact will be on this team.
BYU basketball ball dropped two games last week, and Matt and I talk about their slim margin for error the rest of the season. Before that, we chat about the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, women’s volleyball and the College Football Playoff.
We didn’t want to, but we spend a lot of the show breaking down what went wrong against Utah. We talk about conservative coaching decisions, injuries, and what changes might come as a result of this crushing loss. Also on the show: women’s volleyball is a top seed, and men’s basketball drops an early test.
BYU pounded New Mexico State on Saturday night, and Matt and I discuss if anything we saw in that game makes us believe that an upset is possible this week again Utah. Also on the show: early returns for men’s basketball, women’s volleyball approaches perfection, and the cross country teams shine.
BYU bounced back to beat UMass, and Matt and I discuss what that performance means for the last two games. We were there, and so we share our experiences at the game. We then chat about men’s basketball and the unprecedented and terrible decision by the NCAA.
Matt and I break down the last few minutes of the Boise State game and talk about BYU’s problems in the red zone. Then we preview UMass, a game we will be attending in person. Also on the show: men’s hoops, women’s volleyball, and Kyle Van Noy tackles Jamaal Williams.
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Matt and I talk about another disappointing loss for BYU football, but I will try to convince the listeners and Matt that they shouldn’t feel as bad as they do. We also discuss men’s basketball and the team’s chances to return to the NCAA tournament. Also on the show: women’s volleyball, Taysom Hill and Kyle Van Noy.
The Cougars bounced back with a victory against Hawaii, but what does this win mean for the rest of the season? We break down Zach Wilson’s performance and the changes made on defense, and discuss whether any of this changes how we feel about potentially beating Boise State and Utah. Also on the show: women’s volleyball and bowl projections.
Does the Utah State game have you down? Well, Matt and Adam try and lift you up. Ok, well, maybe not. But they get real about Zach Wilson and what he could do for the Cougars, about the uninspiring defense, and about why Jeff Grimes isn't catching as much grief as Ty Detmer.
Matt and Adam talk about takeaways from the Washington game and where the season sits after five games. They also preview Utah State and talk about what a win (or a loss) means for the season. Also on the show: Taysom Hill and tacos.