Sports Bros Podcast: Election Day and BYU Independence

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Happy Election Day, Cougar fans! If the fate of the nation has got you down, tune in to tonight’s episode for a half hour of BYU sports talk!

As America decides who will govern the free world, the Bros discuss more important matters, such as: Was BYU’s 17-point victory over Cincinnati enough to impress fans? Has BYU even improved since week 1? What needs to happen to jump start the Cougars’ passing game? Will Tanner Mangum see the field for significant minutes against Southern Utah? Is there an acceptable margin of victory for the Cougars over the Thunderbirds? Should BYU risk running up the score in order to give Tanner and Co. extra meaningful reps?

The country might be going down the drain, but BYU football in in great shape as an independent. Or so says Athletic Director Tom Holmoe. Is that true? What obstacles lie ahead without a conference? What advantages does BYU have without conference ties? Should the Cougars go back to the *shudder* Mountain West?

Finally, the Bros break down what to expect from BYU basketball as the Cougars get ready for one last exhibition before the season starts next week. Are they tourney bound? Can the young team gel in time to win a bunch of games? When will the rotation tighten up?

 

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Aaron Kartchner

I’m another one of those kids who thinks he knows everything there is to know about BYU football/basketball and how it can get better. I mean heck, don’t we all? But I really do have the answers. Seriously.

Little Bro of the Sports Bros tandem alongside Andrew Kartchner.

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