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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 12 2010 10:37 p.m. MDT

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Proud to be American
West Jordan, UT

I will take Bingham by 4 touchdowns tomorrow night. Riverton has no chance.

Scots
Ogden, UT

I take Bingham 42-21, then next week they beat Taylorsville 56-7 (becuse they play there JV in this game, becuse they won region and there resting players), then in 1st round they beat West 56-3, in the 2nd round they beat Alta 45-17, In the Semi's they beat Cottonwood 52-24, and in the Finals they beat Davis 40-23.

APTD
Riverton, UT

Tonight may be the first of two games Bingham and Riverton play against eachother this year.

binghamalum
South Jordan, UT

Doubt that mr APTD.... Riverton has not beat anyone in there 8 games they have won, ALTA is horribly down, and I am sorry I just dont see them beating CWOOD or DAVIS, but that is my opinion, I hope this game is a good one tonight, Langi run wild buddy, 250 plus and defense step it up against the WING T......

Go Miners, win another region title and crush the doubters and people who dropped you in the national polls for being down first time all year against wj

johnny pigskin
Sandy, UT

I hope Riverton can give them a good game? I know some Bingham kids who are bored with the easy games! They want a challenge! My guess is that Riverton will be tough in the first half, and then Bingham's size and running game will be too much in the second half!
Bingham 42 Riverton 17

duckbutter
Bluffdale, UT

Riverton will win. Mark it.

wolffan
Ogden, UT

The game of the week was boring! Would have loved to have seen Fremont and Davis. What a great game! Two really good team and a close score...very exciting. Congrats to Fremont and their coaches.

Beeker10
South Jordan, UT

What ws that duck butler??? Yeah, I marked it.... LOL,

Scots
Ogden, UT

I got the Bingham and Taylorsville score right a week befor they played 56-7!!!

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