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Published: Saturday, Aug. 27 2011 11:41 p.m. MDT

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Captain L
Provo, UT

I'm excited to see how good this defensive unit can be, I just hope they ocme out of the gates fast and furious. If they do this could be a season to remember for sure. There isn't a game we play this yr we can't win and if the D comes out strong, going undefeated will be a possibility.

idablu
Idaho Falls, ID

This first game should be a really good test against one of the best O-lines in the country.

I'm still worried about the heat and humidity. That can be a game changer. I still expect the cougs to win this one, though.

CougFaninTX
Frisco, TX

LBs won't be dropping into coverage much against Ole Miss. Expect Ole Miss to run the game 80% of the time with their huge O line and inexperience QB. The story line will be simple - we control the run, we win.

CougarOnTheProwl
Murray, UT

That's a rare luxury BYU takes into its first season as an independent, with starting middle linebackers Uona Kaveinga and Brian Ogletree leading the way up the middle behind a solid defensive line. Kaveinga and Ogletree will be backed by speedy Austen Jorgensen and returning missionary Spencer Hadley.

Brian Ogletree? ummm its Brandon Ogletree

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