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BYU selected '99 favorite at first MWC gathering

LDS Church owned Brigham Young University is expected to win the new Mountain West Conference's first football title, a poll of coaches and media taken on Monday indicated.

LDS Volleyball player transfers (Wahine middle blocker to transfer)

The University of Hawaii's loss looks to be the University of Utah's gain. Volleyball player Adrianne Bradley is transferring to the U this semester to be closer to her home of Castle Dale, Utah.

BYUH aide gets shot as head coach

BYU-Hawaii's assistant basketball coach Rob Nielson is leaving, after being named head coach at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon.

Reid's doing well in NBA and at Harvard B School

These are the good days for Former BYU coach Roger Reid and his two sons. The Reid family seems to have the world by the horns. It's a nice, relatively quiet existence two years removed from the turmoil the trio experienced at BYU, which finally forced them to leave. School officials and the public were unhappy that Roger had recruited his two sons to play for the Cougars and had also made some inappropriate remarks about a player that choose to go elsewhere to play.

Reid's show of faith surprises Everitt

Soon after LDS Church member Andy Reid took over as coach of the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles he held a series of one-on-one meetings with the players. Reid had already commented that he wanted to build a team with charatcter, not characters, and had a reputation as straight-laced and intense. Center Steve Everitt was worried about his meeting with Reid, fearing that his long hair and ponytail and his reputation following a drunk driving charge would lead Reid to label him a troublemaker.

Instead, the interview wa

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