CougarCast: BYU Sports Keith Shirts and Tosh Macintosh chat about BYU Sports.

November 15, 2016  

This Saturday, the 6-4 BYU Cougars take on the 2-8 Massachusetts Minutemen. It will be a showcase of a classic stable of college football — an independent vs. independent clash on the gridiron.

Tosh and Keith discuss what to watch out for when the men of Provo will be challenged by the men of Amherst.

In this episode:

  • Watching position battles for the 2017 season. (5:50)
  • BYU CB Michael Davis has quietly moved down the BYU depth chart. He is now tied with Dayan Lake on the 2-deep. (6:48)
  • BYU’s margin of victory only matters if you are making bets in Vegas. (9:00)
  • Ten for Tosh! (12:45)
  • Tosh’s game and score predictions, and thing he’s hoping to witness on Saturday. (23:55)
  • Keith’s game and score predictions, and what he’s hoping for. (25:50)
  • Follow Tosh on Twitter.
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November 9, 2016  

Keith and Tosh ask and try to answer the 22 biggest question for BYU basketball before the 2016-17 season.

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November 8, 2016  

Tosh and Keith discuss the BYU game against the Southern Utah Thunderbirds.

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November 1, 2016  

Tosh and Keith discuss the Cougarettes, Chili, and Yahtzee. Plus, the 4-4 BYU Cougars vs. the 4-4 Cincinnati Bearcats. 

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October 25, 2016  

Tosh and Keith discuss the merits of the play by the offensive line, receivers, and quarterback. Plus, what BYU can gain over the last 4 weeks of the season.

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October 20, 2016  

Keith goes it alone to discuss the end of Big 12 Expansion Talk, slow starts for the Cougars, and the big matchup against #14 Boise State.

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October 12, 2016  

This week, Keith welcomes Vanquish The Foe’s Jake Welch (@BYUAllBlue) on to the podcast!

The BYU Cougars have won two in a row! Next up, the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Mississippi State is 2-3 and are looking to bounce back after a tough loss to Auburn. However, BYU isn’t really the easiest or best team to try to right the ship against. Can Dan Mullen’s squad make the trip to LaVell Edwards Stadium and find their feet again against a BYU team that is building momentum?

In addition, Jake and Keith discuss the big road win at Michigan State, Jamaal Williams’ brilliance, the challenges that the Mississippi State Bulldogs present, and Jake’s use of Jake Oldroyd as a personal life success measuring stick.

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October 4, 2016  

In this episode:

  • Jamaal Williams everybody! (2:10)
  • The win against Toledo may have been bigger than initially realized. (6:00)
  • The state of Michigan has not been friendly to BYU Football. The last time BYU won in the state of Michigan was 1968. The last time the Cougars scored a touchdown in MI? 1970. (8:45)
  • Michigan State’s defensive scheme is nicely suited to take away what BYU’s offense is comfortable with. (10:30)
  • The Spartans top NFL Draft prospect DT Malik McDowell is out for the 1st half against BYU following a targeting penalty against Indiana. (15:00)
  • Have defenses taken away Jamaal Williams this season, or have they persuaded Ty Detmer to call more pass plays with their alignments? (16:45)
  • BYU is constructed like a Big Ten team. (17:45)
  • The BYU defensive line must generate more pass rush. (20:30)
  • Don’t sleep on Kai Nacua’s greatness. (22:00)
  • BYU defense has sure missed a lot of tackles over the past two weeks. (24:15)
  • Ten for Tosh! (25:40)
  • Tosh’s game and score predictions (32:15)
  • Keith’s game and score predictions (34:45)
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September 27, 2016  

The Cougars are 1-3. Tosh and Keith discuss the idea of "learning how to win close games." Keith feels that all that is going on with BYU football can be explained by human's natural fear of death. They look into the talent Toledo Rockets football team. Ten For Tosh. General Conference talk. Finally, predictions for Friday night's contest with the Rockets.

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September 20, 2016  

The Cougars are half a team. The defense has played well enough to have BYU at 3-0. The offense has not played well enough to equal the defense. So, BYU is 1-2.

Next up for the Cougars are the West Virginia Mountaineers. Taysom Hill is still the starting quarterback against WVU, can the Y find points this Saturday?
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