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CBS Nicole Layog says Taylor Hale played a better game than her.

On last night’s episode of “Big Brother,” houseguest Nicole Layog was sent packing with a 9 to 1 vote.

The Private Chef’s game began to crumble after her number one ally, Daniel Durston, decided to use the Veto on Alyssa Snider and Indy Santos.

Daniel hoped the current Head of Household, Monte, would name Nicole and her festie bestie, Taylor Hale, as the replacement nominees, and the house would vote out Taylor. But on Thursday night, the vote did not go how Daniel expected, and Nicole was evicted almost unanimously.

Heavy had the chance to catch up with Nicole and chat about her eviction.

Here’s what you need to know.

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At the beginning of the week, Nicole felt confident she had the votes to stay, but as the week progressed, Nicole saw her numbers dwindling and started to realize her game was in trouble.

Nicole walked us through her thought process throughout the week, stating she went through periods of feeling safe and feeling unsafe.

“It went back and forth,” she said. “I was like, ‘ooh yes,’ and then I was like, ‘ooh no,’…and then, ‘really no,’ and then ‘ooh maybe.’”

“People were trying to make me feel better,” she continued. “I can understand why. It’s the whole point of what “Big Brother” is.”

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Nicole and Taylor may have been Festie Besties, but the two did not always see eye to eye. In fact, the two butted heads quite a bit. During a conversation with Daniel, Nicole said Taylor wasn’t a good person and on a separate occasion, she referred to her as a “bully.”

Nicole’s opinion of Taylor seems to have shifted since her elimination. In our interview, Nicole praised Taylor’s gameplay and told us she looks forward to developing a friendship with her outside the house.

“My relationship with Taylor now is I can’t wait for her to get out of the “Big Brother” house so that we can work on a friendship and work on mending a lot of what was broken in the house,” she said.

Nicole also shared her thoughts on Taylor’s iconic eviction night speech.

Last night, Taylor delivered a shady speech that elicited a few surprised faces from her fellow houseguests.

“Nicole, to quote a “Big Brother” superfan, Rihanna, you look so dumb right now,” she said. “Choosing me as your Festie Bestie, you thought, was your security blanket. And here we are, both of us sitting on the chopping block because of your closest ally in the house who thought you’d be safe.”


Nicole told us she loved Taylor’s speech, calling it “epic.”

“I think her speech was savage, and amazing, and epic,” she said. “I hope that it goes down in history and I’m proud that it was for me. She’s [going to] do well in this game. She’s aligned herself properly, and she played a better “Big Brother” game than I did, so kudos to her.”

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Nicole and several other houseguests have received backlash on social media for their treatment of Taylor.

Some “Big Brother” alums have spoken out in defense of Taylor, calling Nicole and Daniel bullies.

Nicole shared her thoughts on the Taylor situation, telling us she thinks the houseguests were intimidated by the Michigan beauty queen.

“A lot of what was going on, I was hearing secondhand,” she said. “I never witnessed her doing those things. She never treated me in any way.”

“I think that they were intimidated by her to be quite honest,” she continued. “Again, the things that were being told to me were all secondhand, and when it comes down to it, she has a strong personality. She definitely captures a room when she walks in. She has a command presence about her and from someone who [has] worked in law enforcement that’s super important, but sometimes people take that as intimidating and they don’t know how to react to it.”

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In Nicole’s live exit interview, Julie Chen told her about the Leftovers alliance. A seven-person alliance consisting of Monte, Taylor, Michael, Brittany, Joseph, Turner, and Kyle. The secret alliance worked together to get Nicole out of the house.

In our interview, Nicole shared her thoughts on the Leftovers alliance, telling us she thinks they will be successful as long as “Kyle does not let his showmance get in the way.”

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Nicole also revealed who she is rooting for, telling us she is placing her bets on Michael Bruner.

“I’m team Michael all the way,” she said. “I want him to win. I want him to go all the way.”

She continued, “I know that I expressed very early on that I wanted a woman to win this game…[If] that can happen, I’m all for it as well, but right now, my main person who I want and who I’m cheering on is Michael.”

Stay tuned for more “Big Brother 24” updates.

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Falcons Rookie RB Shows Off Versatility in NFL Debut

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The Atlanta Falcons won a football game on Friday night, beating the Detroit Lions 27-23 in their preseason opener.

Viewers were able to catch a glimpse of the Falcons’ 2022 rookie draft and looking at social media, they overall seemed to have liked what they saw, especially from fifth-round pick running back, Tyler Allgeier.

The BYU product finished the night rushing for 25 yards on three carries. On one run he ran for 15 yards.

a couple of #25 Tyler Allgeier runs from last night.

First clip he does a great job running through a DL arm tackle through the hole.

But I especially love the second run on Duo. Starts to bounce the run but has enough quickness and burst to trim the fat and get north.

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He also chipped in with some blocking, which ultimately resulted in Desmond Ridder throwing a game-winning touchdown pass to wide receiver Jared Bernhardt.

People are gonna talk about Desmond Ridder and Jared Bernhardt on this play (as they should), but HELLO TYLER ALLGEIER would like a word.

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Falcons head coach Arthur Smith isn’t one to just hand out compliments to players. He was clearly happy with Allgeier’s performance but brushed it off as more of an expectation.

“Tyler’s a tough kid. …Absolutely, that’s why we drafted him,” Smith said in the post-game presser. “That’s the stuff we value. You don’t just magically happen on gameday and that’s the way we train. If you come out to one of our practices, you’ll see how these guys compete in practice. It’s good to see it show up. We know we have a lot of work. It’s a preseason game. But I like this team. I’m thankful every day I get to coach this team.”

Allgeier currently sits last on the Falcons’ running back depth chart, but Smith is known to do that to rookies to give them a little push to keep working hard.

There’s a possibility if he keeps it up that he could find his way into the top running back job as the Falcons shift into using running back/wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson as more of a wild card piece.

Allgeier Brings Versatility to Atlanta

Allgeier joins the Falcons following back-to-back seasons where he notched over 1,000 rushing yards. He currently owns the fifth-most rushing yards and second-most career touchdowns in BYU history.

His best season yet came last fall when he logged a single-season record of 1,601 yards, 1,606 yards and 23 touchdowns on 5.8 yards per carry, while adding 28 catches for 199 receiving yards as a junior in 2021.

Similar to the Falcons’ third-round pick, linebacker/running back Troy Andersen, Allgeier brings versatility to Atlanta on both sides of the ball and is also a tough blocker having played linebacker during the 2019 season.

Andersen’s focus is now at linebacker while Allegeier’s remains at running back but having versatility is a huge upside for both parties as the Falcons favorite those kinds of players on their 53-man roster.

“The Falcons are getting a fantastic football player and an incredibly humble and hardworking teammate with the physical versatility and football IQ to contribute in many different ways,” BYU coach Kalani Sitake said via “He is the kind of person who will always succeed and improve. I am excited for Tyler. I look forward to following his NFL career.”

Also per KSL, Allgeier became the fifth-highest drafted running back in Cougar football history and the 18th ball carrier to be drafted out of the program.



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