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Published: Saturday, Sept. 24 2011 12:48 a.m. MDT

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idablu
Idaho Falls, ID

"Jake Heaps to a 16-for-34 passing night, including a paltry average of 3.91 yards per pass attempt to go with an interception and no touchdowns."

This may put Heaps dead last among starting D1 QB's in the FBS. Wow. The weak part of our schedule can't come soon enough for BYU coaches because I don't think they plan on doing anything about this glaring weakness in BYU's offense.

Pipes
Salt Lake City, UT

@idablu
Well said! I concur 100% . Looks like we are stuck with Heaps for the duration.

wahului
Stockton, CA

BYU has found a way to score; don't let Jake pass for it. This game advanced his season stats from 4 int.'s 3 TD's to 5 int.'s 3TD's. ESPN announcers are frustrated trying to keep with the "future NFL" jargon and watching Jake throw over, under and behind his receivers all over the field. Have we played anyone yet this year whose quarterback(s) haven't been more accurate than Jake Heaps?? Added to the fact that he apparently can't run at all!!

Glad to see Doman in the pressbox; better vision, better results.

Please...find us someone who throws the ball not only hard, but accurately. Defense and special teams (GOOD JOB GUYS!!!!!!) shouldn't have to be the source of points. We will rarely be so lucky with the breaks as we were against UCF.

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