Morning links: 1984 BYU Cougars win; Jazz are doing all the right things; Cavs should target Jimmer, Miller

Posted: February 6, 2017 in BYU, BYU Cougars, BYU football, Jimmer Fredette, sports, Uncategorized

Bill Connelly of SB Nation’s Football Study Hall put together a 128-team tournament of national champions where he had the 1984 BYU Cougars as a No. 28 seed in the 1953-84 Region.

While only holding a 23.8 percent probably of winning, Connelly had the Cougars beating the No. 5 seed 1977 Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

Of the match-up, he wrote, “Our first big upset! And it’s a really big one! Robbie Bosco and BYU take down Joe Montana and Notre Dame. A win for mid-majors everywhere.”


Utah Jazz doing all the right things

Jeff Luten of Fansided’s Sir Charles in Charge looked at the progress the Utah Jazz have made this season.

After talking about Utah’s positions in the Western Conference standings and its health concerns so far this season, he wrote, “However, with the All-Star break coming up quickly, the Jazz are finally starting to look healthy, and we can expect to see them continue to improve as everyone returns to full strength.”

Continue reading at DeseretNews.com.

 

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