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BYU 2011 Outlook

The Purple Wimple welcomes back Jake, now a recidivist guest contributor about BYU at the Wimple, to look ahead at BYU. BYU’s last football season started off as a train wreck. After the loss at...

Spring Questions

A few key questions that TCU and each of its D-1A opponents look to answer this spring. Air Force- Will Ken Lamendola, out for most of two seasons with injuries, reclaim a starting role at...

Mountain West 2010 Retrospective: The Middle’uns


Air Force, San Diego State, and BYU each beat all of the four bottom feeders in the conference. What San Diego State, BYU, and Air Force could not do was beat TCU or Utah, and that is what made...

Wrap up: in 2010 the Frogs got the monkey off their back

Way back on September 2nd (only in football does three months a few days seem way back) the Wimple offered, as a public service, five reasons to curb our collective enthusiasm for the newborn...

TCU 31, BYU 3

Clearly Bronco Mendenhall has learned the lesson of the F-Bowl: TCU lived and died in 2009 by its running game. "TCU was running it about 270 yards a game [in 2010] and we did not want to allow...

Opponent Preview: BYU

It's ironic: the program that deconstructs two 1A conferences in order to midwife its own independence is having a terrible time re-constructing its own offense. That such an offensive move could...

Mountain West at midseason

Through six weeks, who is a better freshman quarterback in the MWC than Jake Heaps? A better freshman runningback than Waymon James? Why are Utah's eye-popping defensive stats suspect? What...

MWC Roundup

Perusing the Mountain West after three weeks' play: Air Force nearly took down Oklahoma in Norman on Saturday, falling short 27-24 despite scoring the game's final 14 points. The Falcons had more...

MWC Unit Preview: Passing Attacks

TCU- Read 'em and weep, defensive coordinators: Jeremy Kerley, Jimmy Young, Antoine Hicks. They're all back, and like last season, they'll be giving Andy Dalton targets at every level of the field...

Will Jake Heaps Join The QB Club In 2011?


As a freshman, Heaps set new standards for BYU freshmen quarterbacks in almost every statistical category. He won a bowl game and was named the game’s MVP. Joining the club appears to be there for the taking.

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