News and information about Brigham Young University head football coach Kalani Sitake
Confident Cougar: Versatility is BYU receiver Puka Nacua’s calling card ahead of this week’s NFL draft
Orem High product Puka Nacua grew up loving the Green Bay Packers, but will happily play for any NFL team that wants him in the draft this week.
If the unit can stay healthy and intact during the 2022 season, it could be one of the strongest during the Sitake era.
Top to bottom, this might be the best staff that BYU football has had in a long time.
Coach Kalani Sitake’s Cougars are hitting like never before in spring practices, all while trying to remain as healthy as possible.
BYU’s Kalani Sitake and Utah State’s Blake Anderson both appear in the top 10 of The Athletic’s ranking of the nation’s best Group of Five coaches.
Both coaches crack Bruce Feldman’s and Stewart Mandel’s rankings, but with some distance in between.
Weight room work in the offseason has been apparent as the Cougars begin spring practices in Provo.
What are Kalani Sitake’s top three priorities in spring practice, which begins the last day in February?
Folsom High tight end Walker Lyons has powerhouse programs chasing after him, but here’s why Cougars may have the inside track.
As national signing day wore down, BYU was a mediocre No. 57 in the national recruiting rankings, but that’s OK with coach Kalani Sitake and his staff.
The defection of Virginia commits after head coach Bronco Mendenhall announced he would be stepping down elevated BYU’s recruiting efforts this year.
BYU football: Cougars have commitments from 19 high school prospects heading into Wednesday’s opening of the early signing period.
BYU’s Kalani Sitake landed a few prized recruits after Bronco Mendenhall announced he was stepping down at Virginia.
BYU football players say they love coach Kalani Sitake, are happy about his new contract, and will play hard for him in Saturday’s Independence Bowl.
BYU invested in both momentum and the energy of Sitake’s 21-3 run the past two seasons.
BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe, clearly aware of how the landscape of college football had changed, moved into action to give a contract extension to head coach Kalani Sitake.
BYU has been known for paying less than market value to its top coaches in the past, but Sitake’s new deal should alleviate those concerns.
Sitake has garnered interest from major programs after leading the Cougars to 21 wins over the last two seasons, but he is staying in Provo for the foreseeable future.
BYU coach has taken a page from Kyle Whittingham and LaVell Edwards when it comes to getting squad ready for Independence Bowl.
BYU athletic director Tom Holmoe assured fans Monday that the Cougars want to keep Kalani Sitake in Provo for a long, long time.
Since taking over the job as BYU’s head coach, things haven’t always been easy. Despite the challenges, Sitake always found a way to rise above the fray.
Cougars just posted one of their top 10 regular seasons in program history, given the quality of competition and how they overcame season-ending injuries to several key players.
BYU football head coach Kalani Sitake is being talked about as a possible replacement at Washington and USC.
It wasn’t all that long ago that the BYU football coach was appearing on pundits’ hot-seat lists. Now he’s being mentioned as a potential candidate for coveted positions.
Jimmy Lake became the third Pac-12 coach this season to be fired. Will the Huskies look to BYU’s head coach for his replacement?