It's soccer, who cares? Sorry, but this doesn't mean anything to me, or anyone
in my family. Again, it's soccer.
I would rate concacaf champions league winners in the top 5. Fifa club world
cup winners in the top 2 or 3. RSL would be playing the most valuable
sports franchise in the world if MUFC makes it the the CWC.
@Softball DadYes it would be a bigger deal if Utah or the Jazz were
playing in a championship. Well the bees? not even close. The bees stadium
can't even hold enough people for the average attendance RSL game.See you tomorrow RSL fans.20,000 strong its gonna be an amazing
It will be nice if they make it. But I believe the average sports fan in Utah
is way more interested in how the Jazz, Utes, Cougars and Aggies are doing
rather than RSL. Although this comes at a good time since there is not much
else going on locally. Personally I am more interested in how the Bees are
doing than RSL (if the Bees won the PCL I would be more interested than RSL
An RSL qualification into the club World Cup will be a top 10 accomplishment.
Winning the tournament would rank #1.RLS qualifying may not matter
to the average sports fan in Pittsburg, but it will put Salt Lake on the
world-wide sports map. Fans from London to Sao Paulo would notice this
Yup, looking at the snow outside, it even looks like Christmas Eve! I can't
Utah did more against better teams in both BCS runs than BYU did in 1984. You do
not "win" a national championship in division 1 football you are
appointed. By the way, did Michigan know they were playing in the "national
Biggest game in Utah history tomorrow night. It's like Christmas eve.
Hopefully RSL takes care of business.
So the lDsNews is going with a team that had to came from behind to beat a 5th
place BIG10 team ... in a mid December bowl? Pretty sad.
i'll give BYU some credit, at least the Michigan team they beat was 6-5