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Published: Saturday, April 2 2011 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Salt Lake City, UT

Tough news to hear about Josh Quezada's injury. The only positive is if it had to happen better in Spring Ball than in Fall camp. All cougar fans and supporters look and hope for a speedy recovery. Quezada will be back and strong again. This will give David Foote another opportunity to demonstrate his skills that he showed so well at the end of last season. Depth of quality backs.
The run game and the passing game seem to be progressing well. Looking forward to a great first season of independence.

Spanish Fork, UT

In an article about alumni, it would be good to read what they thought.

SJ Bobkins
Gilbert, AZ

How long will Munns remain in the QB category? My bet is that sometime before Fall Practice gets off to a start, he will be part of the tight end group. He has "grown" into the position, while his place in line at QB come fall, will either be as the 4th or 5th guy.

Veritas Aequitas
Fruit Heights, UT

Would be nice to see the football game next Saturday on KBYU.

Oh, please!
Saint George, UT

Veritas....can't see the game on KBYU on Saturday because BYU is still under contract to the MTN?

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