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  LDS Coach Andy Reid's Sons Get Fame and Father Time
Many fathers to the same thing. Garrett and Britt Reid got summer jobs at their father's work. The fact that their father is the boss made it easy to arrange. But, as sometimes happens, even in these cases, they go no special treatment from John Hatfield, who they report to.

  BC Youth Turns Down Basketball for Mission
It's not every day someone gets to put aside a full-ride basketball scholarship for a mission. Let alone the chance to play on a national team.

  Twenty Mormon Athletes Play in NFL's First Week
At least twenty Mormon athletes played in the first week of the NFL's new season on 19 different teams, making professional football the sport with the largest number of Mormon professional athletes.

 Cougars Begin MWC Season Against Air Force
The Cougars (1-1) will take to the road for the third straight weekend, marking only the third time in BYU football history the Cougars have opened with three straight road games. BYU will travel to Colorado Springs, Colo., to take on Mountain West Conference foe Air Force (1-0) on Saturday. The game will mark the league opener for both teams. Air Force enters Saturday's game after a 55-6 win over I-AA Cal State Northridge, while the Cougars are coming of a thrilling 38-35, come-from-behind win at Virginia. Saturday's game will mark the 21st meeting between the two teams, dating back to Nov. 24, 1956. BYU started the series off with four straight wins, before the Falcons recorded their first win in 1982 -- a 39-38 win in the first-ever game at the newly expanded Cougar Stadium. The Cougars would go on to win 12 straight games in the series, spanning from 1983 - 1994. Air Force won two straight.

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