Rise & Shout

29
Sep

203: What Went Wrong Against Michigan with Jarom Jordan

On the CougarFan.com Rise & Shout Podcast, Adam talks with Jarom Jordan of BYUtv about what went wrong against Michigan, and what we should expect from this team going forward. They break down Tanner Mangum’s progression, the defensive issues, and who will run the ball. They also discuss men’s basketball and why this year’s team will be better than last year.


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23
Sep

202: Disappoint against UCLA, and hope against Michigan

Matt and Adam get together to talk about what went wrong against UCLA, and just how disappointed we fans should be after a tough loss to a good opponent. Then they preview the big game against Michigan at The Big House, make wild predictions, and forecast the rest of the season.

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15
Sep

201: Big Win Against Boise and Previewing UCLA

Another terrific comeback win, and another podcast talking about it. Adam and Matt relive the game and talk about the biggest plays and what we learned about these Cougars. They then preview UCLA and make outrageous predictions as always. They also discuss player discipline, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and Cougars making waves in pro football.


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8
Sep

200: The Miracle in Lincoln with Mitch Matthews

Our 200th episode is a great time to celebrate one of the most dramatic wins in BYU football history. First up, Adam discusses the catch with the man himself, BYU receiver Mitch Matthews. He tells us how it happened, and then talks about the upcoming game with Boise State. Matt and Adam then recap Nebraska, preview Boise State, and talk about expectations for the team with Tanner Mangum at the helm.

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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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