Sports Bros Podcast: Which BYU Program Lost The Most?

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A week ago, BYU basketball got news Eric Mika would not be coming back to school, but will instead pursue his NBA dream.

BYU Football also lost a key contributor, Jamaal Williams, to graduation.

Mika and Williams were the focal points for both programs. Replacing them won’t be easy. But who has the tougher task of replacing their star? The Bros will discuss BYU’s the two key programs’ plan for moving forward without their superstars and the teams’ chances in the upcoming seasons.

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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.

  • Realistic Optimist

    I love our new coaching staff, each and everyone of them.
    I love our QB and I believe that Ben Cahoon with have receivers ready for our pro style QB attach.

    When I see teams like Pac 12 Utes willing to come to Provo, and when I see Wisconsin commit to Provo instead of making us go to them or to a Mutual site, and I am happy to be able to go to Mississippi State.

    I see real progress. When I see LSU willing to play us at a neutral site instead of making us go to their home, all of this is a sign of more respect for us than when we were in a mid major conference. I like to see our non P5 games each season being the caliber of Boise State.

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