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Rivals is powered by Utah Eye Centers and Strong Volkswagen. Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck, past football rivals at the university and professional level, come together to talk life and sports. Scott Mitchell was a record setting quarterback at University of Utah. He then went on to play for Miam…

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Best Of: Onside Kick After Safety ! ! ! Only Dick Lebeau

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2020 23:20

Jason Buck and Scott Mitchell of Rivals talk about a man they both worked with for the NFL: Dick Lebeau. Both Jason and Scott played for Dick Lebeau at the Cincinnati Bengals.  Even today, he picks up the phone for them. Lebeau is like Clint Eastwood.  He's very cool but can get action-packed when needed.  He was a pro bowl player in the NFL as a great defensive back.  He had 62 interceptions in an era where they didn't throw the ball. Scott played for Dick Lebeau when he was a defensive coordinator.  The head coach Bruce Coslet just left.  Totally walked away.  So they made Lebeau the interim head coach.  Usually, that would be the kiss of death.  Lebeau made it work.  Scott remembers when he called an offside kick from a safety.  Only Lebeau would know how to do something like that.    

Best Of: Jason Dreams About Full Contact Golf

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2020 9:18

If you had to play any other sport (besides football) what would it be? Jason invented a sport today: Full contact golf. That is what he would rather play. Scott's choice is more mellow than Jason's. Jason also mentions MMA fighting and which former BYU coaches he would like to take on.

Best Of: The Rules In College Football That Need To Be Changed

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2020 11:09

Here are the rules that Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck think need to be changed in college football. Jason Buck said they need to protect the quarterback WAY LESS. Scott Mitchell said defensive ends (like Jason Buck) are the reasons these rules exist. Scott's rule has to do with societies short attention span.

Best Of: Scott And Jason Disagree On The Appropriateness of Trash Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 7:09

BYU defensive back Dayan Ghanwoloku talked about playing in Logan this weekend and what he expected, he started some light trash talk about dairy farms in Logan. Jason Buck wonders when these young kids will learn their lesson about trash talk. Scott just doesn’t understand what in the world the dairy farms have to do with BYU’s upcoming game against the Utah State Aggies. Jason grew up on a farm and takes ISSUE with the comment.

Best Of: Rivals Choose If You Had To Switch Sides - What Position Would It Be

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 14:44

If Scott had to play defense what position would be play? If Jason had to play offense what position would he play? You may think Jason would go to the offensive line but his answer will surprise you. And what in the world would a quarterback do on defense? Facebook: Rivals Podcast Twitter: @therivalsshow

Best Of: Most Iconic Plays in Super Bowl History; Rivals Big Game Predictions

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2020 24:50

Nothing like Super Bowl week.  The Rivals talk about the most iconic plays in Super Bowl history.  Scott talks about the first ever Super Bowl with a player who wasn't supposed to start, he was a wide receiver.  He caught an unbelievable pass from Bart Starr.  Jason remembers a muffed field goal that had the ball getting tossed around between the Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins.

Best Of: Chasing Brian Bosworth For 50 Yards Just To Knock Him Over

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 16:30

Vince Young came in to the NFL with a lot of promise.  He had an amazing run in college as quarterback for the Texas Longhorns.  But his career never really took off... He played for Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers, and Cleveland Browns.  He's now playing in the CFL for Saskatchewan Rough Riders. Ryan Fitzpatrick is also a struggling NFL quarterback.  He's done time with St. Louis Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, New York Jets, and now Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  He's STILL playing. Now Vince Young is questioning why Ryan Fitzpatrick gets to continue his career at the NFL but Young does not. Rivals hosts Jason Buck and Scott Mitchell have both seen situations like this. Scott remembers Randall Hill who was picked in the first round draft as a blazing fast wide receiver out of University of Miami.  He went on to play for Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals, New Orleans Saints, and Chicago Bears.  Scott was amazed by that career because he remembers that Randall couldn't catch a cold let alone a pass. Tim Tebow is another example of this.  He has over 2mil Twitter followers and is famous for being a person of faith, but there are actually a lot of those in sports (including Jason & Scott).  Now not producing well in Minor League Baseball, but he's still getting a lot of attention and opportunity.  He's now playing with St. Lucie Mets in Florida. Another example of this was  Brian Bosworth who played for Oklahoma Sooners and Seattle Seahawks.  Jason was on the Kodak All American Team with Bosworth and remembers how he was always coming in late and showing off.  Other players hated that and it put a target on his back.  Jason remembers seeing an offensive linemen chase Bosworth 50yards down field just to hit him hard on the sideline. They also talk about Britney Spears- makes tons of money- can't sing The Kardashian family are also more famous than talented, but they're not expected to sing or play football, so the fame is the point of their business. Jason believes the genius behind the family is the mom Kris Jenner.  She understands exactly how to run her business. On the other side is Anna Kournikova who is famous and beautiful but really needs to perform better on the tennis court.

Best Of: Marriage Tips From Former NFL Stars

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 19:58

This may or may not be helpful to you at all, but Scott and Jason have both been in long-term marriages and here is their advice. They offer a unique perspective because the life of an NFL player is far from average. Rivals is hosted by Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck, past football rivals, current best friends. Scott played quarterback for The University of Utah and was drafted into the NFL where he played for the Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions, Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens. Jason was a defensive end at Brigham Young University where he was picked in the first round of the NFL Draft. Jason won a Super Bowl during his time with the Washington Redskins. You can find Rivals on Facebook at facebook.com/rivalspodcast or on Twitter @TheRivalsShow. 

Best Of: Scott Admits He Was Wrong About Quarterbacks Who Transfer

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 11:09

Scott is admitting he was wrong. He always had the opinion that quarterbacks who transfer in college don't turn out in the NFL but after some research he realized this assumption was wrong. Jason has a different thought about transferring. He says go for it.

Does CTE Make NFL Retirees Nervous For Their Own Children

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 8:23

Scott's son plays high school football. He is actually a quarterback, that makes Scott proud. Scott says he would never put his kids in harms way, although he does think it's ok for them to face adversity and learn lessons from it. He thinks football has some very important lessons to be learned. He feels that way about all sports and hobbies kids are involved in.

Best Of: The Greatest Sports Moment Of All Time

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 9:33

The anniversary of the miracle on ice just happened. Scott says this is the greatest sporting event of all time. Jason has a snarky response. They agree on one thing, we all love an under dog. 

Best Of: This is Why the Washington Redskins Picked Alex Smith as their QB

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 22:54

The NFL keeps changing.  This upcoming offseason will be filled with quarterbacks looking for new homes.  The Kansas City Chiefs Alex Smith to the Washington Redskins for a third round pick and cornerback Kendall Fuller.  Jason didn’t expect the Redskins to move on from Kirk Cousins but thinks that the Chiefs got a good deal since they picked up Kendall Fuller and now turn to second year quarterback Patrick Mahomes.  Scott thought that Alex Smith could go play for the Denver Broncos or the Arizona Cardinals.  But thinks that Andy Reid looks at the situation and thinks that if he keeps Alex Smith that they need to win a Super Bowl.  This now gives him a chance to play the younger quarterback and in kind of a rebuild.  If anyone can develop a young quarterback, it’s Andy Reid. 

Best Of: Should Undrafted Underclassmen Be Able To Go Back To College Football

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 7:32

A question that surrounds the NFL Draft. Should players who declare for the NFL Draft before their senior year of college football be able to go back to college football if they are not drafted? Scott Mitchell wishes he had had this opportunity even though he did get drafted. Jason Buck and Scott Mitchell talk about how they think coaches would approach this.

Best Of: Sean Connery Was The D- Lineman of Bonds

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 13:46

Everyone loves James Bond and everyone has their favorite.  That's certainly the case with Rivals hosts Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck. Scott's favorite was Roger Moore.  That was the Bond of his childhood.  Jason picks Sean Connery because he likes the brawler Bonds like Connery and Daniel Craig. Is it possible Roger Moore was a quarterback Bond? Scott Mitchell played quarterback for University of Utah and Jason Buck was a Defensive Lineman for the BYU Cougars. After college, Mitchell played in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins, took the Detroit Lions twice to the playoffs, then went to Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. Scott is also recently known from his time on NBC's The Biggest Loser. Jason Buck went to the Cincinnati Bengals in the first round of the NFL draft.  He then moved to Washington Redskins where he earned a Super Bowl ring in their victory over Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI.

Innovations That Changed The NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 8:49

Pass interference is now reviewable after last year's NFC Championship no call between the Saints and the Rams. Scott thinks this innovation will change the NFL. Scott and Jason talk about the innovations they were apart of during their time in the NFL.

Best Of: Should NFL Dads Put Their Sons In Football

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 15:30

Rivals hosts Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck talk about their expectations for their children.  How much should dads push their kids into a certain career? Scott Mitchell played quarterback for University of Utah and Jason Buck was a Defensive Lineman for the BYU Cougars. After college, Mitchell played in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins, took the Detroit Lions twice to the playoffs, then went to Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. Scott is also recently known from his time on NBC's The Biggest Loser. Jason Buck went to the Cincinnati Bengals in the first round of the NFL draft.  He then moved to Washington Redskins where he earned a Super Bowl ring in their victory over Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI.

Best Of: Top 100 College Players - Includes Utes, Aggies - Leaves out Cougs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2020 9:53

Sports Illustrated released their list of the top 100 college football players. Bradlee Anae, Jaylon Johnson, Leki Fotu are a few of the Utes who made the list. You will also find an Aggie linebacker on the list. Jason Buck blames independence as to why no BYU Cougars are on the list.

Best Of: The Warren Report Turns The Tables On Rivals

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2020 8:46

Warren Fisher of The Warren Report on the Golf Channel Joined Scott and Jason to talk about his favorite football team and whether or not he is a Cougar or a Ute. Warren turns the tables on Scott and Jason and asks them some questions about their football careers.

Best Of: Why Stanford (and others) Recruit Return Missionaries From Utah

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 9:20

Historically Stanford has recruited a lot of LDS football players, especially return missionaries. At Pac-12 Media Day coach David Shaw talked to Scott about why he likes having return missionaries on his team. Jason and Scott discuss whether or not this hurts BYU on the recruiting front. Jason talks about the growth he has seen in the recruiting of LDS players compared to when he played.

The Pac-12 Must Step It Up…Soon

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 11:24

The Pac-12 seems to be having a bit of turmoil. They just seem to be a little behind the rest of the Power 5 conferences. There have been rumblings of Oregon and USC talking about leaving the conference. Scott said it would be really bad for Utah if USC left the conference. There has to be a gold standard, and traditionally that has been USC. The major message from these rumblings is that the Pac-12 Conference needs to figure it out and up their game.

Is Taysom Hill Worth A First Round Pick? Is He A Franchise Quarterback?down

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 9:46

Taysom Hill believes he is a franchise quarterback. It seems like the Saints do too. They put a first round tender on him. Scott and Jason discuss whether or not Taysom Hill is worth that and whether or not he is a franchise quarterback. Jason Buck says Hill owes all of his success to Sean Payton.

Which P5 Footall Teams Would You Like To See Come To Utah?

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 8:00

The University of Utah Football team is getting some big names on their future schedule with teams like Florida and Arkansas. Which teams from each P5 conference would you like to see Utah play? Wisconsin would be an interesting matchup for the Utes since they are both run heavy, tough defense teams. 

Mark Pope Is The King Of Provo

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 9:45

The BYU men’s basketball team beat the No. 2 ranked Zags last weekend. It was an incredible game. The energy from students was incredible. Has basketball overtaken football at BYU? Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck credit Mark Pope for the massive success. 

NFL Combine And Draft Preview: Joe Burrow Should Just Say No

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 9:54

Jason Buck was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals just like LSU quarterback Joe Burrow will likely be and he and Scott Mitchell agree: Joe Burrow should do whatever he has to in order to avoid playing for the Bengals. Scott Mitchell also played for the Bengals and has a way for Joe Burrow to avoid going there.

Utah Scheduling SEC Opponents Showcases Upward Trend For Program

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 5:19

It should be clear that the University of Utah football team is serious about being national title contenders year after year. It seems like the Utes have been on a very steady upward progression since 2004. Utah football fans should be excited with the scheduling of LSU and Florida, even though the games will be tough, they will be very meaningful.

NCAA Should NOT Require Transfers To Wait A Year

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 7:32

The NCAA doesn’t make coaches sit out for a year, so why do they make student athletes? Scott thinks it is an absolute joke that kids have to sit out a year. It is honestly more impactful for an 18 year old kid to lose a year than for a middle aged coach. Jason is a little more hesitant than Scott, but also agrees that transfers shouldn’t have to wait it out.

Worst Case Scenarios For BYU And Utah In 2020

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2020 8:46

BYU is returning a lot of players for the 2020 season, but their schedule is absolutely brutal. Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck talk about the worst case scenario for BYU. Utah lost nearly their entire defensive line, a quarterback and Zack Moss, a beast of a running back. Kyle Whittingham will absolutely be in rebuilding mode… but they did have an incredible recruiting class, best in the Pac-12. The Utes may not win their division like they have the past few years and that will be a big disappointment.   

Best Case Scenarios For BYU And Utah In 2020

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2020 9:15

BYU is returning a lot of players for the 2020 season, but their schedule is absolutely brutal. Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck talk about the best case scenario for BYU, which they agree is getting bowl eligible.  Utah lost nearly their entire defensive line, a quarterback and Zack Moss, a beast of a running back. Kyle Whittingham will absolutely be in rebuilding mode… but they did have an incredible recruiting class, best in the Pac-12. The thing Utah has going for them this year is that they are finally the underdogs again. 

Locals In The NFL Draft

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2020 16:07

A few weeks ago Scott Mitchell and Jason Buick talked about the real strength of a program coming from the number of guys colleges put into the NFL each year. If that is in fact the case, the Utes are winning right now with 9 total players getting invited to the NFL combine. BYU didn’t get any invites and it is highly unlikely that any BYU players will get drafted. Now, a high draft pick doesn’t always translate to a good or lengthy NFL career. The guys go into the second half talking about the players from the state of Utah that will have great or impactful NFL careers.

National Signing Day & Super Bowl LIV Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2020 34:19

The Cougars stole a Ute on national signing. Devon’tae Henry Cole, a running back, transferred from Utah to BYU in order to get more carries. Scott and Jason talk about the success and failures of the Utes and the Cougars in this off season’s recruiting period. The duo talks about which players for both schools can make an immediate impact. Next, we talk about the Super Bowl. Jason Buck gushes over how happy he is Andy Reid. It’s really quite adorable.

Utah And BYU Both Ended With Disappointing Or No Ranking At All

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2020 26:32

Scott and Jason are shocked to hear that BYU hasn’t had any Top 25 rankings in the past decade. They look back on the last time the school has had such a disappointing decade...it was the 1960s. Jason admits that independence isn’t the only factor...but it is a big one. Utah finished at #16, which is a huge disappointment following the preseason hype and regular season success.

Who Will Be The Next NFL Legend As Tom Brady Falls

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2020 15:49

The NFL is ushering in a new era. Guys like Drew Brees and Tom Brady are on their way out. Should they throw in the towel? Or give themselves a few more years. Scott Mitchell is a former NFL quarterback and has great insight into this topic. There is a lot of youth talent in the NFL. Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck offer their predictions on who will be the next legend. 

Scott And Jason's NFL Playoff Predictions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2020 30:14

The NFL Playoffs are in full swing after a wild, wildcard weekend. The Saints and the Patriots lost, shocking the football world. Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck are offering up their predictions for the conference champions and Super Bowl Champions. Both Scott and Jason predict the Ravens making it far. Jason Buck tells listeners what it is really like to play through the NFL Playoffs to the Super Bowl. The guys agree the teams that have to travel will be at a serious disadvantage.

The Biggest Indicator Of The Strength Of A College Football Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2019 6:19

What is the biggest indicator of the strength of a college football program? Recruiting class? Championships? Guys you put in the NFL? Jason says it is the amount of guys who make it to the NFL and more importantly actually make it in the NFL.

Utah’s On-Field Success Translates To Big Time Recruits & BYU Wins Some Big Ones

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2019 23:32

Utah landed its highest recruit ever Thursday. Clark Phillips III committed to Utah. He is a cornerback who will start immediately. The guys talk about the beginning of Utah’s recruiting success with Ron McBride the idea he sold. The guys talk about the decisions they made when they were being recruited. From the transfer quarterbacks like Bently and Rising to the depth at defensive end with Carlton and Fillinger, the Utes have had an amazing couple of days. Unlike Utah, BYU doesn’t have a stellar season to sell recruits but they have been successful on this early signing day with names like Kody Epps, Isaiah Tupou and Bruce Garrett. Overall Jason is pleased that the Cougars went heavier on defensive line. The guys agree it is a good idea to go to the transfer portal for a running back. Something BYU fans have to remember is that a lot of these new recruits will leave for an LDS mission. 

Jordan Love Should Not Enter The NFL Draft

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2019 6:58

Jordan Love, Utah State’s highly touted quarterback, decided to forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft. Scott thinks this is a horrible decision. He believes you should enter the NFL Draft on a high note. Scott shares his personal experience with a similar situation.

Moving Onto Next Year With The Utes and The Cougs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2019 17:25

What can we reasonably expect for the Utes and the Cougars next season? Scott and Jason discuss. Jason says the Cougs will be nearly the same as they were this year. There will be some wild wins and bad losses. He predicts 6-6. Jason sticks with his take that independence is killing them. As for the Utes, there will be an interesting battle at quarterback and a lot of new faces on defense. While the team is losing a lot of NFL caliber seniors, Scott and Jason agree they will still be in contention for the Pac-12 South division title.

What Happened To Utah Football?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2019 16:08

It seemed like the University of Utah Utes football team just didn’t show up to play in the Pac-12 Championship when they lost to the Oregon Ducks. Scott and Jason agree, the team was not ready to handle the pressure of the situation. The guys talk about learning to thrive on pressure. Every player who gets to the next level learns to thrive under pressure and avoid the tightness the Utah football faced. Scott said the team was just playing too hard, too tense. Jason noticed a lot of technique and fundamental errors on the defensive side of the ball.

Utah Finally Getting National Attention, Good For Playoff Hopes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2019 8:05

The Utah Football team is good. Really good. And the national media is finally starting to recognize this special Utah football team. The cherry on top is that the Utes have a chance at College Football Playoff or Rose Bowl. Scott and Jason talk about the east coast bias and whether or not Utah can overcome it and get to their first ever College Football Playoff.

Buck: Extending Kalani Sitake Is Good But Safe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2019 10:02

Kalani Sitake received a contract extension through 2023. Scott and Jason think BYU needs to be honest with themselves about where they are and own independence. Scott also pointed out that part of the reason Sitake was extended is because of recruiting. Right now, things are as good as they can get at BYU but the guys think it needs to be better.

The Most Emotional Moments Of Our Football Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2019 25:15

Eric Munoz a walk on linebacker at Utah State got emotional after a stellar start. The first of his football career as a junior. It was touching to see football and teammates impact the young man so much. Scott and Jason are discussing  the most emotional moments, good and bad, of their football careers from high school to the NFL.

The Key Difference For This Year’s Utah Football Team: Andy Ludwig

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2019 13:39

Scott and Jason agree Andy Ludwig has been beyond impressive this season for Utah, but has made him so great? Talent management. Tyler Huntley has been playing lights out, and part of it is that Andy Ludwig understands how to play to Huntley’s strengths, rather than sticking to his old playbook. Ludwig is a master at maximizing the talent he has. Jason talks about the challenges a defense could face against Utah’s offense.

BYU Has Something They’ve Always Wanted: Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2019 12:35

BYU is 4-4, which is close to the predictions Scott and Jason made preseason. The Cougars have had a very realistic season. They have been faced with plenty of adversity, especially at the quarterback position. Zach Wilson had surgery and Jaren Hall (his backup) has had two concussions. Baylor Romney, the current quarterback, is battling a foot injury. With all of those injuries the Cougars could have had a much worse season. The depth has been impressive to both Scott and Jason

Would You Rather: National Championship or Rose Bowl?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2019 8:48

As surprising as it feels, this is a real questions Ute fans are facing. Would you rather win the Rose Bowl or play for a National Title? Scott and Jason disagree on this. Scott lets nostalgia get to him. Jason explains that every year, every team should be playing like they’ll win a national title game.

The Most Important Person To A College Football Program

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2019 8:48

Is it the athletic director? Head coach? Quarterback? Lineman. None of the above. Scott and Jason are talking about the most important person (people) for any college football program to be successful long term. Scott and Jason share personal examples of the most important quality in a coaching staff. Being humble tops the list.

Recruiting Is Where Rivalries Shine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2019 5:24

In this episode of Rivals Scott and Jason discuss whether or not they believe BYU and Utah State are rivals. The teams meet this weekend in Logan. The disagreement between the two in this episode comes from the definition of “rivalry.” All of our in state rivalries seem to only exist because of proximity and closeness. None of the teams are in the same conference, which Jason believes makes a rivalry stronger.

Utah Must Feed Off Of Hostility At Husky Stadium

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2019 17:07

Scott and Jason are both truly enamored by Utah’s defense. Kyle Whittingham’s Utes shutout Cal last weekend and now they are heading to Seattle for probably their biggest game of the season against the University of Washington. Jason said one key to the defensive success is their confidence. They are confident that there are no weak spots in the defense.

Buck: BYU Must Beat USU For Sitake To Keep His Job; Scott Disagrees

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2019 20:01

The BYU Cougars head to Logan, Utah this weekend to take on the Utah State Aggies. Jason Buck has said this is a trap game for the Cougs and they MUST take the Aggies seriously. The guys also talk about how the Aggies will (or should) prepare if they don’t know who BYU will start at quarterback. Jason said for Kalani to keep his job, they must win.

Scott And Jason Disagree On The Appropriateness of Trash Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2019 7:09

BYU defensive back Dayan Ghanwoloku talked about playing in Logan this weekend and what he expected, he started some light trash talk about dairy farms in Logan. Jason Buck wonders when these young kids will learn their lesson about trash talk. Scott just doesn’t understand what in the world the dairy farms have to do with BYU’s upcoming game against the Utah State Aggies. Jason grew up on a farm and takes ISSUE with the comment.

Kalani Sitakes Needs To Stop Being LaVell Edwards

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2019 17:16

Scott is in awe that BYU beat Boise State but couldn’t beat South Florida. Jason is just happy, calling it a fantastic win. They agree on one thing - it was shocking. They guys get real and talk about how inconsistent the 2019-20 BYU Cougars are. They also talk Baylor Romney and the offensive changes. Was there someone new calling offensive plays? Scott thinks yes. Scott nails down BYU’s problem, Sitake is not Uncle LaVell, he needs to be tougher. He needs to be more hard nosed and being genuine to himself. 

November Looms...Should The Utes Be Worried

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 9:59

The University of Utah Utes beat the Arizona State Sun Devils but not without a fight. The Sun Devils quite literally came out fighting. There were multiple cheap shots and unsportsmanlike conduct calls. After the game Herm Edwards apologized to Kyle Whittingham. Scott asks his defensive counterpart what he thought of the dirty playin

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