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How BYU's 2012 football opponents fared: Week 10

Published: Monday, Nov. 5 2012 12:58 p.m. MST

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Record: 1-8, 1-5 Big Sky

Last week: Lost at home to Montana, 24-21

The Wildcats finally notched their first win of the season on Oct. 20 against in-state rivals Southern Utah. After a bye week, Weber State tried to maintain that momentum against usual Big Sky heavyweight Montana.

It wasn't to be, as the Wildcats came from behind in the third quarter to take the lead, only to watch the Grizzles pull ahead for good with 6:37 remaining. The loss spoiled an effective performance by Weber's defense, as the offense only managed 238 total yards.

Next up: Saturday, Nov. 10 vs. Northern Colorado
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Who am I sir?
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Combined record to date 41 Wins; 63 losses. 40$ Nuff said. And assumming BYU wins out the current record of teams they will have beaten this year is 25 Wins and 47 losses. Approximately 35%. Nuff said.

Uteanymous
Salt Lake City, Utah

The Utes are winless against the WAC, winless on the road, winless against conference teams with more than 3 wins, and on the brink of bowl elimination against a team the Utes have never beaten. Nuff said.

Dnquixote
Las Vegas, NV

What does the Utes' schedule have to do with this story? How do Utah's struggles make your opponents better or your wins more quality?

When will BYU fans stop looking at every short coming through the lens of "yea but Utah _______" fill in the blank.

If you want to bash on the Utes, do it on a story about Utah, but you might want to beat Utah at least once before you do that.

UtahUte16
Salt Lake City, UT

DOINK!! I'll never forget the sound of the rattle of that goal post.

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