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Published: Monday, Nov. 22 2010 10:56 p.m. MST

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Howard S.
Taylorsville, UT

"...8 bowl appearances as Mountain West members Utah with 10, and BYU with eight."

I'm guessing that if two of BYU's bowl appearances had been BCS bowl victories Wrubell would have been certain to mentioned that fact.

But since they were Utah victories instead... hmmm...

jarbon55
Chapel Hill, NC

LET'S GO COU-GARS LET'S GO! LET'S GO COU-GARS LET'S GO!

Bring on the Utes! They are going to bring it on Saturday. They always do for the rivalry game. They're talented, fast, and creative.

BYU will have to get out to a fast start and force some turnovers to pull this one out. It's a battle of who wants it more.

Go Cougs!!!

TJ
Eagle Mountain, UT

Howard, Did Greg hurt your feelings. Did he not blow a trumpet and announce that your team was great so everyone could hear. Maybe sommeone will buy you some icecream so you can feel better. Then you can go out and beat your chest and proclaim to the world how wonderful your team is.
What is your point with this comment? Maybe Greg would have mentioned BCS games and maybe not. Who cares? The article was about BYU and Mendenhall. If you don't like BYU then don't read the articles.
Go be obsessed with your own team.
Love BYU, Like Utah..Hope they both play well and may the best team win.

Ted H.
Midvale, UT

TJ,

Bitter yewties will always be bitter yewties.

The focus will always be on byu, which only makes them more bitter.

PAC-12 Envy
Taylorsville, UT

Hey TJ -

In his attempt to compare BYU favorably against Utah, Greg also fails to mention that in their nine bowl appearances as MWC conference representatives Utah has a record of 9-0.

In BYU's seven MWC bowl appearances they are a feeble 3-4.

I think if those records were reversed Wrubell might have thought that to be a noteworthy stat.

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