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BYU, Utah gameday glance Sept. 21

Published: Friday, Sept. 20 2013 11:02 p.m. MDT

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For Utah The Utes would love to carry a four-game winning streak into the series hiatus. More importantly, however, is some momentum heading into a season-ending stretch of eight consecutive Pac-12 games.

For BYU ... After three straight setbacks to Utah, many of BYU’s seniors have never beaten the Utes. The Cougars don’t have a conference championship to play for, so they need to win this game for a shot at the state title.
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Whoa Nellie
American Fork, UT

Injury report - This article states Utah does not report injuries during the season. Is it also a team policy that players cannot get injured? If an injury occurs it will not be acknowledged. Same with a loss.

Crisco B
Salt Lake City, UT

That whole thing with injuries not being reported is a bit odd. I guess it is just to be secretive about the whole affair. Who knows, Travis Wilson may be nursing a broken leg as we speak. You never know when Whit himself might suit up to go out and take a few snaps. They are tricky like that. If Bronco has a hang nail though, DO NOT expect any work until game time about it. Two can play that game.

Vladhagen
Salt Lake City, UT

Who is up for a good old 1989 style win in Royal Blue? I am.

Voice of Reason
Layton, UT

"Taysom Hill will need an even more prominent performance than his 259 rushing yards against Texas"...? You mean the performance that shattered former records both at BYU and Texas? Seriously? Hyperbole much?

I think Taysom could "fall short" of his Texas superman performance and still BYU could handily beat the U.

DRay
Roy, UT

Offensive line is key for Cougars...I wish to know more about who they are, who plays where and how many get into a game, who is best, is developing, etc...come on Des News, give us some info on positions that really make a difference, the O-Line, and give them some kudos for BYU's rushing success!

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