A four-part audio documentary detailing the Legacy and History of BYU Football
Episode #4 - Walk-On Tradition03/05/2018 Duração: 32min
In order for a college football program to succeed, it needs players who sacrifice all to with little compensation - walk-ons. The same goes for the BYU Football program, LaVell Edwards, Gary Crowton, Bronco Mendenhall, and now Kalani Sitake have found success in developing walk-on athletes who go on to star on the gridiron. Here's their story.
Episode #3 - 199627/04/2018 Duração: 18min
Coming off of a disappointing season in 1995, the BYU Football team used its failure as motivation to succeed the following year. The result? A 14-1 record and the program's first ever New Years Day Bowl. But how did they get there? Join the players from the 1996 team as they remember one of the greatest seasons in college football history.
Episode #2 - QB Factory19/04/2018 Duração: 25min
BYU took College Football by storm in the 70's and 80's when it began to implement the forward pass in its offense. The QB's who led these teams went on and were recognized for national awards and accolades including All-American honors, Sammy Baugh trophies, Davey O'Brien Awards, and a Heisman Trophy. Listen as Zak Hicken goes through the history of the QB Factory at BYU.
Episode #1 - LaVell11/04/2018 Duração: 17min
LaVell Edwards changed the game of college football by implementing the forward pass at BYU. Taylor Decker discusses the life and legacy that LaVell left behind after his passing in December 2016.