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  • Football: Thousand Oaks running back Nathan DeBeikes picks BYU

     
    Running back Nathan DeBeikes of Thousand Oaks has committed to Brigham Young. DeBeikes was one of the top running backs in the Marmonte League last season as a junior. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Football: Neil Pauu is offered by Brigham Young

     
    Neil Pauu, a junior quarterback at Anaheim Servite, has yet to start for the Friars but he picked up a scholarship offer from Brigham Young after attending a camp at the Provo, Utah, campus, Coach Troy Thomas said. He is......
  • Football: Neil Pau'u is committed to Brigham Young

     
    Neil Pau'u, a junior battling to be the starting quarterback at Anaheim Servite, has committed to Brigham Young. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Butkus, Lombardi award watch list announced

     
    Butkus, Lombardi award watch list announced...
  • Ex-Mormons shout “Freedom” from the mountaintop

     
    Salt Lake Tribune reporter Heather May writes about a group of Mormons who publicly declared their resignation from the church: Carrying U.S. flags and signs boasting “Finally ExMormon,” “Research the church” and “Transcend...
  • On the trail of the Pony Express

    On the trail of the Pony Express
    Reporting from Sacramento, Salt Lake City and St. Joseph, Mo. Bill Gates' career as a Harvard undergrad. Elizabeth Taylor's second, fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth marriages. Sarah Palin's tenure as Alaska governor. Barack Obama's stint as U.S. senator...
  • George Wahlen dies at 84; Navy corpsman treated the wounded on Iwo Jima

    George Wahlen, who as a Navy pharmacist's mate during World War II tended to more than a dozen casualties on Iwo Jima while seriously wounded himself and who received the Medal of Honor for his actions, died Friday in Salt Lake City at the Veterans...
  • John Wooden's championship years at UCLA

    John Wooden's championship years at UCLA
    1963-64 (30-0) Championship game: UCLA 98, Duke 83, at Kansas City, Mo. The team: Steve Brucker, Fred Slaughter, Doug McIntosh, Vaughn Hoffman, Keith Erickson, Kim Stewart, Kenny Washington, Gail Goodrich, Jack Hirsch, Rich Levin, Walt Hazzard, Kent...
  • 'Fugue State' by Brian Evenson

    Fugue State Stories Brian Evenson Coffee House Press: 208 pp., $14.95 paper Brian Evenson is the Donald Barthelme of psychological horror. Over a career of four novels and five story collections, he has birthed a distinctive, postmodern style for...
  • Virginia Tech No. 7 in preseason coaches' poll

    Virginia Tech is ranked seventh in the preseason USA Today coaches poll. The Hokies finishes last season ranked 14th. Florida is the overwhelming choice for No. 1. The Gators received 53 of 59 first-place votes and are ahead of Texas, Oklahoma,...
  • Virginia's quarterbacks can run, too

    As offensive coordinator Gregg Brandon mentioned in the preseason, one of the primary ingredients he prefers to incorporate to make his spread offense go is a mobile quarterback. Vic Hall and Jameel Sewell displayed that Saturday in U.Va.'s 26-14 loss to...