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Published: Tuesday, Nov. 23 2010 12:09 a.m. MST

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IndianaCoug
Bloomington, IN

BYU not being ranked shows that they still have a lot of work to do in establishing themselves as one of the premiere programs in the country. I think this season will go a long way in helping them get the respect they deserve. Go Cougs!

TJ
Eagle Mountain, UT

I would love to see another 30 win season and see them win 2 or 3 in the tournament. I think they will need their big guys to step it up a notch against teams with better bigs than those they have played so far.

Parkercoug
Parker, CO

Coach Rose is a great coach. I think he does a fantastic job with the talent he has. The one weak spot that seems to constantly affect the team is the center position. No sure why they cannot effectively develop this position. Davies is going to be great.

killerbees
Queensbury, NY

Yes, coach Rose is a great coach and Jimmer Fredette is the best PG in the country. Let him play! Sitting the last 13 minutes of every game will not get him National Player of the year accolades if every player he is competing with is averaging 37-38 minutes per game, Jimmer is averaging 28-29. He needs those 8-10 minutes to lead the Nation in scoring! Can't punish him because BYU has a weak schedule and is blowing teams off the court! Certainly won't hurt BYU's record and will help those players coming off the bench to improve as well by playing at Jimmers up beat tempo.

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