Brock Zylstra

BYU Cougars #13 - Guard

  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 210

What you need to know: BYU vs Santa Clara

With the Cougars first road win in the WCC behind them, a trip to Santa Clara could build up the players confidence in a tight WCC race.

What you need to Know: BYU vs San Diego

In the ninth meeting between BYU and San Diego, the Cougars are looking to stop a four game skid and avenge a loss last year in San Diego.

2013-14 Mid-Major Conference Preview: WCC


Four WCC players from last season are in the NBA right now. The Zags aren't likely seeing a #1 by their name again this season. Despite that, the conference continues to improve. Which teams are...

Dave Rose's Great Point Guard Experiment

All those whispers about Kyle Collinsworth playing point guard next season appear to be true. This seems like a really foolish idea.

Will BYU basketball be better next season?

The loss of Brandon Davies is big. Can the returners and new guys step up?

Baylor too much for BYU in NIT semis

Despite a game-high 25 points from Tyler Haws, BYU fell in the semifinals of the National Invitation Tournament to old foe Baylor.

NIT: Baylor vs. BYU Preview

Baylor plays today for a chance at the NIT Championship game against a BYU team it dispatched easily in Waco earlier this season. Tonight's game, which should be an entertaining up-and-down...

BYU, Baylor to meet in fast-paced NIT semis


Baylor and BYU figure to put on a show for fans in Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night.

Cougars' Goose Cooked Against Baylor


The good news: the BYU Cougars will get a rematch at home of their earlier season loss to Scott Drew's crew. The bad news: Baylor is playing better now than they were then.

Zylstra Makes It Rain, Sends Cougars To Semifinals


The West Coast Conference representative put on an offensive clinic and quite nearly ran Southern Mississippi out of their own gym.

BYU beats Southern Miss, punches ticket to MSG

Brock Zylstra sparked the Cougars early and the "Big Three" put the game away late as the Cougars handled the Golden Eagles with ease on Wednesday, 79-62. Next stop: Madison Square Garden.

Podcast 105: Spring football and an NIT run


Adam and Matt discuss what coaches Mendenhall and Rose would need to do to get fired and expectations of the spring game. @PostJimmer then comes on to preach the sweet gospel of Carlino.