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  Gardner Starts His 15 Minutes of Fame
Since winning a Gold Medal in the Olympics by beating Russian super-heavyweight Alexander Karelin, called the "toughest man in the world," Rulon Gardner has begun his "15 minutes" of fame -- and they are sure to last several weeks. In the process, the media is discovering Gardner's Mormonism and his struggle with a learning disability.

  BYU QB Undergoes Surgery; Will Miss Remainder 2000 Season
BYU quarterback Bret Engemann underwent successful shoulder surgery on Tuesday to repair a dislocated right shoulder. The 6-foot-4, sophomore will miss the remainder of the 2000 season. During the first quarter of the Syracuse game, Engemann was hit by a defender and dislocated his shoulder. He returned to the game, but following a 13-yard pass to Will Snowden with 3:05 remaining in the first quarter , Engemann's shoulder again became dislocated and removed himself from the game.

  BYU's All-American Thorn Headlines MWC All-Conference Team
All-American Erin Thorn, a 5-10 sophomore guard from Orem, Utah was named to the Mountain West Conference Women's Coaches and Media Preseason All-Conference Team, Wednesday at the annual MWC Basketball Media Day. The Cougars were picked to finish third and fifth in the media and coaches polls.

  Cougars Host Aggies in 74th Meeting between In-state Rivals
After a 42-14 loss at Syracuse on Sept. 30, the Cougars return to Cougar Stadium for only the third time this season, taking on in-state foe, Utah State (1-3). The Aggies enter Friday night's game after dropping a 35-14 decision against Utah and have not won in Provo since 1978, spanning a stretch of 11 games.

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