Thank you, much appreciated and that same respect hopefully reciprocated. I don't want to monopolize this thread so I'll add a response to a further question that another poster mentioned and then move on, unless more questions arise.
BYU's 1958 and 1961 baseball teams qualified for the College World Series, the only teams in the school's history to do so. However, both teams forfeited their games because they were scheduled for Sunday. In 1963, the NCAA adopted what some call "The BYU Rule," which stated that any university which opts not to play on Sunday, for religious reasons, will be accommodated in NCAA tournaments. That's why BYU always gets a Thursday/Saturday slot in March Madness. As far as I know, only Campbell University also adheres to a no-Sunday-play policy. In BYU's case, there are also no team practices on Sundays in any sport.
BYU was supposed to play in the 1977 Fiesta Bowl, as WAC champion, but passed, due to it being scheduled for Sunday and not an NCAA tournament (Arizona State went instead). Instead the team traveled to Japan and played two exhibition games against Japanese teams.