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Published: Thursday, Dec. 23 2010 12:04 a.m. MST

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International Cougar Fan
Tacoma, WA

Utes looked good early but couldn't get touchdowns.

I don't think Utah's Offense will be able to score enough points to win the game.

TheSportsAuthority
Arlington, VA

So much for Utah's bowl winning streak.

Utah had a chance until Boise State's offense found their rhythm.

Now, the only drama left in the 2nd half is how big Boise State's beatdown of the Utes is going to be.

Mark it down!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

I stick by my prediction:

Utah 34
Boise 24

It's going to be a shootout in the second half, with lots of trick plays from both sides.

The bowl streak continues

Let's go MUSS - I couldn't be there - make me proud!

GOOOO UTES

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

SportsAuthority,

You can mark down one of the best 2nd halfs in all of the college football season by the Utes, coming up.

Shaky's going to get start things off with a return.

I'll be reminding you for the next year about my right prediction.

TRUTH
Salt Lake City, UT

SPEED KILLS.......

Boise State Speed is killing the slow Utes....

Take Martin the slowest running back on BSU beating the Utes fastest player Chapman to the end zone and beat him by ten yds after Chapman angled him but could catch him.....

BlameItOnTheOfficials
Cottonwood Heights, UT

the glory days at the U are a thing of the past. oh wait.. we can still go see some womens gymnastics!

Chris B's momma
Idaho Falls, ID

The rout is on! Good thing you have run away from playing BSU in the future. And it's on to the conference of chimps!

yankee doodle
Layton, UT

Cannot wait to stick it in Chris B's face after the game, the Utesies Offense is pathetic with a ginormous P. BSU took a half to finally settle down and now you will see a BSU team light it up in the second half. Bowl streak goes down in flames.

wardu
Fallon, NV

The Utes proved last year, they could not defend the seam route, (George is still running), but twice in a row? Maybe Kyle needs to shake things up himself up on the hill.

Whoa Nellie
American Fork, UT

I can't believe the officials did not overturn that fumble by Smithson. He was clearly down before the ball came loose.

Apparently the officials are redeeming themselves by ruling Boise State fumbling the ball out of the endzone, even though it was clearly recovered before crossing the end line.

WinSum
Rexburg, ID

Pray.....! The Baptism by Fire has begun....

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

@Chris B aka the wizard of oz:

Dude - mark it down.

23 to 3 with 8:02 in the 3rd. How's that workin' out for ya??

Well - at least there's basketball. Oh, wait.

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

Oh, darn, utah fumbled the ball again. Shucks. And just when they made a good play, too.

Oh, and "the hammer" Doug Martin just picked up 25.

hedgehog
Ann Arbor, MI

NO OFFENSE!!!!!

Kwhitt, your in a BCS conference!!! get an OC who knows how to play/teach the game!!!

Real Bass
Idaho Falls, ID

This Utah team is an embarrassment. The don't belong in the same league as Boise... Oh, wait they ran away from bsu in every way possible!

Woodyff
Mapleton, UT

It is great to see the Ute fans being humbled. The offense couldn't do a thing if it weren't for the holding by the o line. Go Boise! (PS - I'm not a BYU fan).

theforceiswithme
Perth, AU

At least the OL has shown they know how to hold, that was a good defensive PI, should have been a no call. Even if Utah scores, Boise will score three times before the Utes score again.

Woodyff
Mapleton, UT

But if Boise wants to be a real college football team, they have to get rid of the blue field.

Frankenberry
Saint George, UT

Well. . . they haven't quit. But they can't get any offense going. At times it looks like they're trying to block 15 blue shirts. And we just missed a field goal. Oh well, they're both good programs. Boise's obviously better tonight.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

TDS fans:

Go worry about your own team

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