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Former BYU stars look forward to Y Quarterback Weekend

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  • r jensen
    Sept. 3, 2010 5:21 p.m.

    You've got to be realistic. Coaching UW is his day job right now. You can't blame the guy for having to put his team and fans first right now. As great as it would be to us fans--don't be disappointed if it doesn't happen. I hope BYU fans cut him some slack. He did great things for BYU while here so we need to respect that and be understanding of his situation if he can't make it happen.

  • sls
    Sept. 3, 2010 4:36 a.m.

    I hope that Sarkisian isn't serious about his threat to stay in the locker room unless the Huskies are ahead by 21 points. I anticipate a close game and it would be disappointing if he doesn't participate. I suspect he's more afraid of this game that what he lets on; otherwise, Washington wouldn't have acted, shortly after Sarkisian became the head coach, to cancel the additional two game home-and-home series they had scheduled with BYU.

  • SJ Bobkins
    Sept. 3, 2010 2:34 a.m.

    I was wondering how long it would be before an SLC sportswriter finally let the cat out of the bag and mentioned that the Utes tried to do this same thing last year. BYU is again copy-catting the Utah program, but stealing an idea, then a year later acting as if it's their own.
    Unfortunately the Ute QB weekend, (including all day Sunday), didn't come off as well as they hoped. They just couldn't find a suitable meeting place. It seems as if phone booths are getting harder and harder to find these days.

  • Big Hapa
    Sept. 2, 2010 8:51 p.m.

    Sad that U fans needed to pull down a Heisman winner to lift there spirits.

    Rather build then destroy. Yes this road of life takes all kinds of people to make the journey exciting and in this case less exciting.

    I am always amazed at how many Ute fans read about and keep up with the BYU Cougars.

    "POLY" Cougar Nation

  • USportsFan
    Sept. 2, 2010 5:15 p.m.

    Ty,

    "Now that I've been removed from it quite a bit, I'm able to kind of sit back and feel like a part of that group that's gone on there before me," he said. "It's like the dream came true."

    As a Heisman winner, you aren't part of the group... you lead the group. Lol.