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Ute coach says South Bend was impressive

Published: Thursday, Nov. 18 2010 1:04 a.m. MST

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Veritas Aequitas
Fruit Heights, UT

Don't worry, getting blown out will get easier over the next three games... and next year.

hedgehog
Ann Arbor, MI

enough with the hurt/sad feelings. Just WIN.

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

For the record, let it be known that the first comment on this article is from a Y fan YET AGAIN.

So how's counseling for your case of little brother complex going for you guys?

MiP
Iowa City, IA

Nothing would make you (and us fans) feel better than pounding SDSU this week.

Go Utes!

Veritas Aequitas
Fruit Heights, UT

For the record, let it be known that the third comment on this article is from a Utah fan YET AGAIN.

Dude, I get on when I can. I know the new articles roll in about 12:30-1:00 A.M.

If I can get on a read the paper with being disturbed by family, phone calls, what do you care?

What is the approved time for me to read the paper, Sir Robin, since arrogant Ute fans need to tell everyone what their proper place in the world?

Utah fans need to tell Holmoe and Bronco how to do their jobs. Which NC's count, and which don't. Which Heismans count. Which wins count, and which don't. Who has the right to invoke living right. Which are the "dumb" slogans, and which are OK (one game at a time). Why Alex Smith can hate, but Max Hall can't.

Why the need to control everything?

Why worry about when I read the paper?

"Mom, BYU's doing something bad again!!!"

How's counseling going with the "little sister" complex?

Geez, it's a public forum.

Big_Ben
Centerville, UT

veritas,

here is a tissue.

Utesforlife
Lehi, UT

I agree with hedgehog. Get over it and go pound the aztecs! It's too bad that our team was so overwhelmed by South Bend that we forgot that there was a football game. If Utah can take care of business with SDSU, they will get their swagger back and end the season with 3 straight wins.

ute-chute
Beverly Hills, CA

Ben,

Ute fan?

Better keep them.

The blowouts gotta still hurt.

Wait, that's the title of the article.

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Personally, up to this year I saw the Utes as little brothers.

Now, you guys really seem like little sisters.

Do you have a tissue for me?

ElloWasRight
Salt Lake City, UT

Ben - You must remember when encountering Y fans that those that post on Utah stories do not let common sense get in the way of their arguments. And I would say the same for Utah fans that post on Y articles. Get a life and read and write about your own team. Or if you want to write about the other team maybe try being productive?

ute-chute
Beverly Hills, CA

Wow, what a bunch of sore losing, blowout taking babies...

Utes are classless, and enjoy your losses.

USU, you lost, deal with it.

And Ben, keep your tissues, for hyper-sensitive USU and Ute fans, who tell BYU fans what they can or cannot say, because a "President Ukdorf (sp)" said it's not OK...

Dude, take your whine to USC or UCLA... They will run to the Ukdorf provisional tent and help you hide from all the mean BYU fans.

And, I'm not a "fan", just a "Ute crybaby" hater...

Did I say hate? Then I'm just backing Alex Smith...

Grow up, life is hard, and deal with it...

And if you have a problem, run with the Ohio State/ Michigan crowd...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh... It hurt our feelings...

Sorry, now go to work and deal.
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Ellowasright:

Tell us more about your commonsense, or your life...

How about telling us how your comment relates to the Utah pain of gettin rolled by ND?

Or SDSU, or BYU, Mr. #5 in the country?

Here's this for being productive...

Score more points...

Stop the other team from scoring...

BYU did.

There, it's been said.

NewMexicoUte
Albuquerque, NM

Utah needs big dudes with speed and small speedy running backs. i.e. Oregon, LaMichael James. They have four of those and are trying to recruit another one, Tra Carson who Utah is after also. Oregon isn't stupid and Utah should go after this dude like they did with Lucky Radley. TCU has two of those, their names are Jeremy Kerley and Ed Wesley plus Michael Tucker. Utah needs to recruit better. I think its just great coaching with TCU and Oregon.

Ted H.
Midvale, UT

For you yewties who throw a fit when a byu fan(normally Harmon) prematurely predicts something for a byu team, let me remind you what your captain said before the tcu/utah game

"I honestly think you might be seeing the two best college football teams playing this Saturday and I'll defend that any time."

HA!

Defend that now zaney boy. Can't wait to see san diego battle "one of the two best college football teams" in the country this year.

utahcountyute
Cedar Hills, UT

Ted

He said "might" so that's a bit of stretch. BTW...your little frosh qb said they were going to go 10-0 and lost 3 more games! HAHAHA

JUST WIN UTES!

TheSpiker
Alpine, UT

Will it be too offensive if another Y fan makes a comment? After all, there aren't too many U fans making any.

Good luck Saturday.

That's it.

Ted H.
Midvale, UT

utahcountyyewty,

what's a bit of a stretch?

I simply copied and pasted exactly what your captain zaney boy said.

The only thing more hilarious than his proclamation that the yewties are of the 2 best teams in the country is any defense to what he said!

Sorry, saying "might" hardly gives a back door escape to get away from what he said. after all, he'll "defend that anytime."

You'll notice absent from my post is a weak defense of Jake Heaps saying he thought byu could win their last 10 games as it would be foolish for me to defend a foolish statement.

Jake heaps might win the next 3 heismans.

Jake Heaps might be the #1 pick in the NFL in a couple years.

BYU might win the national championship this year and every year for the next 20 years.

It's fun to talk nonsense and add "might" into it, that way I can back out of it anytime it turns south.

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