It's time for BYU to bench Heaps. He has had 1 or 2 acceptable games out of the
many games he's started. They barely won last week. It should have been a blow
out for Byu but they didn't convert time after time. I'd like to see James Lark
see the field and see what he can do. He was amazing in high school and used
basically the same offense. I think Byu should give him a shot instead of
settling for sub par performances from the passing game
It will be truly interesting to see how each team overcomes their problems they
showed in the first game. Jake has to execute quicker and he has to stop
staring down his receivers. I watched his head and he stared them down almost
every time. The same thing happened last night with Arizona against OSU and the
QB had trouble completing passes.
I've been looking forward to this game for two years now. I'm going with a good
friend who grew up in Texas, has many relatives who attended UT, and is not LDS
but is still going to wear a BYU t-shirt.This game will be a
struggle for the boys in blue, with a large hostile crowd and some of the best
athletes money can buy. Last week the defense looked great, let's hope that the
offense has been able to make the needed adjustments. GO COUGARS!!
I want to see BYU and Utah go into their game next week both 2-0. What a great
national hoopla that will be.
JJ DiLuigi will have a big day and the Cougars will squeak out another win.
24-23. Mark it down. Or don't. I don't really care what you do.By
the way, Utes are gonna beat the Trojan men as well. 24-17. Mark that down
too. Go out and Represent the 801 boys.
CougFaninTXAbsolutely agree with your view. Go Cougars!
2 legacy programs knocking heads in Texas.BYU 35Texas
I'm convinced that Texas is the best team on our schedule. But with a few lucky
breaks this game could go the Cougs direction. I'm a believer in Bronco's D. I
don't think Texas will get over 21 points. But the question is - will the Cougs
offense execute like they did at the New Mexico Bowl or like they did in Oxford?
I'm hoping there's more chemistry on the offensive side in Austin
than there was in Oxford. Go Cougs!