How good is BYU's offense? Can the new cornerbacks come in and lock down the Cougar secondary? Will the infusion of new recruits on the D-line be enough to repel opponents' attacks?
Learn the answers to all these questions and more on TotalBlueSports.com in the weeks and months to come.
TBS practice coverage will feature daily practice reports, position updates, and player spotlights. We will also bring you Q&A sessions with players where the questions are submitted by TBS subscribers on our message board. Finally, every practice day at 8:15, the TBS staff who attended practice that day will be in our chat room to answer questions from TBS subscribers.
You will not find practice coverage this exhaustive anywhere else.
If that is not enough to get you to sign up with TBS today, Scout.com just made the greatest TotalBlueSports.com offer ever even better.
You probably heard that Scout.com included a 1-year subscription to Sports Illustrated (a $39.95 value) and a $15 gift certificate to WhatIfSports.com with all new 1-year Total Access Pass subscriptions.
Well now, Scout.com has thrown in Brad Rock's book "Tales from the
BYU Sidelines" (a $19.95 value)—a collection of the greatest BYU
football stories ever told—as part of the deal. (Remember to enter GoBYU06 in
the "Offer Code or Email" field of
the subscription order page.) This offer is only available until
Again, here is what new subscribers get when they sign up for an Annual Total Access Pass to TotalBlueSports.com:
- One year of access to TotalBlueSports.com and the entire Scout.com network
- One year (10 issues) of Total Blue Sports Magazine
- One year (56 issues) of Sports Illustrated
- $15 to use on WhatIfSports.com
- One copy of "Tales from the BYU Sidelines"
Click on the following link
to sign up securely online and remember to enter GoBYU06 in the "Offer Code or Email" field of the subscription
order page to take advantage of the "Tales from the BYU Sidelines" offer:
Scout.com offers a free 7-day trial period for all new subscribers, so if you do not like what you see, just call the customer service line (888-501-5752) to cancel.