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Published: Saturday, Sept. 4 2010 2:34 a.m. MDT

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sls

On your picks, I think you got the opponent wrong for Air Force. They're not playing the team from the Big 10. Rather, it's another one of those schools that nobody knew had a football program. Go Cougs!

Captain L

I'm worried about this game for the cougs, a new QB, new RB and a young defense, leaves alot of questions. I don't have alot of confidence in Nelson, I hope he proves to be better than I think he is. Hopefully Heaps gets comfortable and moves the team and puts some pts on the board. I really think for the cougs to win the defense needs to come out fired up and put a hurt on Washington.

Jazzman72

Richard Wilson's mom went to high school with me. I hope he has a good showing today. Go Richard!

Jazzman72

Richard Wilson's mother went to high school with me. Go Richard!

duggity

QB and running back might be questions marks, but tight end? I'm a big Ute fan and even I'll admit that the cougs should be just fine at Tight End. When was the last time they didn't have good te's?

Kramer

Holt will seperate himself in due time. He hasn't been home from his mission long enough yet , but I like his size , athletic abilities and his speed. The cougs are in good hands.

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