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  • BYU gets historic win over Boise State

    PROVO, Utah – BYU and Boise State have already agreed to play football against each other for the next 10 years, but in all of the preceding games between the two schools, the Cougars had been on the losing end. That streak finally ended on Friday night. In a nationally televised game, BYU’s defense dominated Boise State, and the offense celebrated a record-breaking performance. The Broncos ended the game with 499 total yards but only managed six points through two […]

  • Utes doomed by big plays at Arizona

    TUCSON, Ariz. – The Utah football team failed to follow up their biggest regular season victory with another win, losing 35-24 Saturday night in Arizona. Arizona scored first, but the Utes responded with a 2-yard touchdown pass from Travis Wilson to Anthony Denham. The game went downhill for Wilson after that. Early in the second quarter, Marquis Flowers intercepted a pass from Wilson and returned it for an Arizona touchdown. Wilson left the game following his second interception with a […]

  • Aggies bounce back, beat Lobos

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Utah State football team got a break just when they needed it. After suffering a handful of season ending injuries, most notably quarterback Chuckie Keeton, the Aggies went on the road to New Mexico and broke a two-game losing skid. Joey DeMartino, who has become the primary running back after Joe Hill was lost for the season, had three rushing touchdowns and a touchdown reception, leading Utah State to a 45-10 win over the Lobos. DeMartino finished […]

  • Cougars stifle Yellow Jackets for fourth win

    PROVO, Utah — It was a triumphant return for senior linebacker Spencer Hadley and a record-tying night for senior receiver Cody Hoffman as BYU defeated Georgia Tech 38-20 on Saturday. Hadley rejoined the team after serving three games of a five-game suspension. On Wednesday, the University informed head coach Bronco Mendenhall that Hadley had earned a two-game reduction of his suspension for an Honor Code violation. He responded with several key plays on defense, including a fumble recovery in the […]

  • Utah State reaches 2-0 conference start

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – The Aggies are making themselves at home in the Mountain West Conference. They reached 2-0 in their new conference (3-2 overall) with a 40-12 win at San Jose State on Friday night. Utah State got another good, if not dazzling, performance from Chuckie Keeton–who passed for 260 yards and three touchdowns. He also scored on a 9-yard run with 15 seconds left in the third quarter. Joey DeMartino added 120 yards on 17 carries, and the Aggies defense forced […]

  • BYU overcomes obstacles, wins big

    PROVO, Utah – BYU faced a myriad of obstacles taking on Middle Tennessee State on Friday night. They were missing starting linebacker Spencer Hadley as part of his five game suspension. Star receiver Cody Hoffman was out, serving a one game suspension for violating team rules. And for the second week in a row, they lost a running back after scary moments with a player motionless on the turf. In the end, none of that (or the Blue Raiders’ defense) could overcome […]

  • BYU Cougars lose season opener to Virginia

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va –The BYU football team kicked off arguably their toughest schedule ever on Saturday at Virginia, and a slow start turned into a wild finish, ending in a 19-16 Cavaliers win. There was no score after one quarter of play, then Mother Nature joined the game. Lightning danger forced officials to suspend play for more than two hours while a storm blew over the stadium. When play resumed, BYU’s new fast-paced offense continued to look waterlogged until midway through […]

  • Utah moms prepare for AVP Volleyball Tour

    SALT LAKE CITY — Professional beach volleyball is coming to Salt Lake City for the first time ever, as the AVP Tour makes a stop at Liberty Park on Friday. Two local moms are competing in the tour for a spot to play against the pros. Check out the video above to see how Traci Walsh and Angela Peterson are preparing for the challenge.

  • Bees celebrate ‘The Sandlot’ anniversary with special screening

    SALT LAKE CITY – It’s been twenty years since “The Sandlot” premiered, and cast members are in Salt Lake City to celebrate the anniversary. The movie, about a group of young baseball players during a 1960s summer, was filmed in Salt Lake City. There will be a special screening of the show on Friday night after the Bees game, and stars are in Utah to celebrate. For more information, visit

  • Ogden Raptors’ park turns pink in honor of Emilie Parker

    OGDEN, Utah – The Ogden Raptors honor Emilie Parker and the other victims of the Sandy Hook shooting on Saturday. 6-year-old Emilie was one of 20 students and six adults killed last December when Adam Lanza entered Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and opened fire. The Parker family was originally from the Ogden area and had moved to Newtown less than a year before the shooting. Robbie Parker, Emilie’s dad, was the mascot for the Ogden Raptors back […]

  • In Provo, softball is a family affair

    PROVO, Utah – The Provo softball team beat Springville 10-0 on Tuesday. A sophomore and freshman each had home runs. A senior was the winning pitcher who also drove in the game-winning run. But the most unique thing about those players is that they’re all sisters. FOX 13’s Jer Bates talked to the Allman sisters about playing together as a team.

  • Utah Jazz head into uncertain offseason

    SALT LAKE CITY – The 2012-2013 season is over for the Utah Jazz. Now a very busy offseason begins. Utah’s season ended on Wednesday night with a loss at Memphis that assured the Jazz would miss the playoffs for the second time in three season. General Manager Dennis Lindsey must decide how to make sure that doesn’t extend to three out of four seasons. He’ll be faced with major roster decisions; the Jazz have seven unrestricted free-agents, including four starters. Utah Jazz […]