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Published: Friday, Oct. 1 2010 1:16 a.m. MDT

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Coach
Ogden, UT

I guess MC should have had their sites somewhere other than beating Timpview in the championship game. Nice job Logan!

MCfan
Providence, UT

That was a great game but i gotta say that we should have kicked the PAT at the end of the game to go into overtime. MC could have won the game that way.

ducks-on
West Jordan, UT

According to the paper in Logan the last touch down MC had was to Taylor Root. Just wondering which was right?

FDJ
Logan, UT

Last touchdown was to Taylor Root.

I'm a Logan fan and I thought Logan out-played MC overall, but Kuresa was the best player on the field and you are never out of it with him. He made some amazing plays, that last laser to Root to almost pull off the comeback was one of them.

Logan's D actually played fairly well - w/o the fumbles we win by 14. But, as it was Logan's kicking game winning the field position battle was huge.

I agree MC should have gone to OT. With a short field Kuresa has the edge. It was a fun way to end it though and a great call by Logan to bring the pressure on that play. Both teams going for broke on the last play - that was a classic!

Gdot-aka-whitelightning
Roberts Ranch, UT

MC was overrated anyway. They needed to wake up and smell the roses.

G-Swenz
Providence, UT

Well, I guess it's good Logan finally won something in this region.

Our Janitors were getting sick of constantly putting all those numbers up on MC's championship banners.

binghamalum
South Jordan, UT

Good battle up in Cache Valley, I wish BE would become better at football, but since 2005 semi's its been down hill and after roesller left as coach its very sad to see, the young kids in Brigham are not being raced tough enough and that is why they are not getting better any any sporst, except wrestling which its all there good at. I hope they can get back to being more competitive, but MC you got to make plays around Kuresa or you will not even make it to the semi's!

Good Win logan, very impressive

Sports Nutz
Smithfield, UT

re: g-swenz,

As a Sky View fan watching this game just to see a good game, I am impressed with both teams. But make no mistake about it the Logan group is loaded with young talent and are going to be very tough for anyone to beat so you might go another year or two without a football banner so tell the janitors to relax.

Claydude
Ogden, UT

RE: G-Swenz:
I would lay big odds that those numbers the janitors are putting up on those banners aren't for sportsmanship!!

Cubes
Nibley, UT

@Claydude

When your good, there isn't room for sportsmanship banners with all the cluttered region and championship sports banners.

Im a fan of MC, but i hate to admit, Logan brought there game.

G-Swenz
Providence, UT

RE: Claydude

FYI The banners were mostly for: Football, Wrestling, XC, Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Girl's Tennis, Swimming, and Baseball.

I'm not aware of a Sportsmanship Banner, although our fans were recognized as "Super Fans" by the Herald Journal up here in Cache Valley.

ddtz
Wellsville, UT

Logan played a great game and I think they deserved to win that game. I thought they played with more heart and hustle. I am a huge MC fan and it was really tough to see Logan just move the ball at will on our defense. I have no problem with going for 2 at the end. We didn't lose on that play, we lost on the 50 other plays when Logan just walked down the field and our defense just stood around and got blown off the ball. Kuresa can only do so much himself, its time for the rest of the team to step up. "its not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog" and Logan had lots more fight that night. Its time to step up MC and decide if you want to be ranked in the top 5 in the paper, or if you want to be a top 5 on the field because there is a huge difference!!!

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