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Published: Monday, Dec. 6 2010 11:42 p.m. MST

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Cap'n Parrotdead
Onalaska, WA

We never get punch and cookies at our parent-teacher conferences. Just saying...

Duckhunter
American Fork, UT

Well Whittingham and Kunzer-Murphy better get used to seeing each other as my guess is on utahs best years that is the bowl they'll end up in. They'll probably get there at least once every 5 years and it will be a big moment for them.

jdub
Ephraim, UT

That love-handles comment is one of the funniest pokes at ones self I have ever heard.

RockOn
Spanish Fork, UT

Poll...
Of course Vegas wanted BYU. A sure sell out with nationally interested audience.

But... now they're glad for what they got. It will be a great drawing card with Utah and BSU. And... I'm glad BYU didn't go against BSU. They're not quite ready for that.

Utah will likely lose. Lousy QB leftover. Pass defense that SDSU destroyed and BSU is better. BSU will likely score more than 30 and Utah less than 17.

And who is luckier in BYU vs. Utah? No doubt it is BYU. I define luck as "magic" (in all forms) and BYU has won most of the very close games. That takes some magic. As I sat next to UofU fans when Utah scored they groan, "Oh no. We left Beck too much time." They knew BYU would come back and Harline was still open.

Moderate
Salt Lake City, UT

BYU won't need luck next year. Only 3 of their opponents in 2011 are bowl eligible in 2010. Talk about a cake schedule... it'll make local fans feel good, but national writers will question the substance.

Lost in Saint George
St George, UT

Isn't the real question, "Will Texas and the others be bowl eligible in 2011, with new and improved teams?" Teams like Texas don't stay down long.

Duckhunter
American Fork, UT

Good point moderate and at least one of those opponents this year that is bowl eligible won't be next year. Any guess as to who that might be?

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