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Published: Sunday, Oct. 24 2010 12:06 a.m. MDT

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NC UTES 2010
Salt Lake City, UT

This defense would halt any Big 12 offense and this offense would run all over any SEC defense.

We're going to get our chance to prove it too.

Utah over Alabama in a rematch of the Sugar Bowl for the 2010 national championship.

Mark it down.

wwookie
Payson, UT

The Utah defense is amazing inside the red-zone. I just cant figure out how they can consistently give up big yardage plays all the way down the field until the opponent reaches the red zone.

The turnover battle was NOT won against CSU. That last interception should have been batted down instead of caught - it came on a fourth down play. From an objective viewpoint, that last turnover was a negative (lost about 40 yards because of it). Utah lost the turnover battle again.

But after seeing what shaky did the week after having two turnovers against Pitt, I cant wait til next week!

Go Utes.

Archie
O\'Fallon, MO

Well done Utah...HUGE defensive effort that set the tone for the game.

Go Utes!!!

FYI
Taylorsville, UT

@NC UTES 2010

Please if you are going to post at least know what you are talking about. The NC game is the Fiesta Bowl this year. If the Utes meet Alabama in the Sugar Bowl it will mean that at least 2 teams finised ahead of both the Utes and the Crimson Tide in the polls and neither will be playing for the NC.

NC UTES 2010
Salt Lake City, UT

FYI,

If you are going to post at least learn to read. I said a rematch "of the sugar bowl." I didn't say a "rematch of the sugar bowl in the sugar bowl."

Yes - when Utah and Alabama meet for the national championship if will be a rematch "of the sugar bowl."

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