wow, 0 yds rushing in the 2nd half? That is very underwhelming to say the least.
Where is Ma'afala, where is Mike Anderson? Asiata anyone? If we get no
push off the line, we need a power-back that can barrel through a defender and
pick up a couple yards even without a good hole.Can Langi do that
wwookie from what I've seen, Harvey can but won't yet. He's more interested in
breaking into the open field and stiff-arming someone than carrying a few guys.
It's a mentality issue, which is why he was dropped on the depth chart to start
the year. Hopefully the move up means he's improving there, but I guess we'll
Boy the holes in this team are very apparent. QB and Running back. JW4 is
quick but we need big backs in the Pac12.
Wow. "Juan Blanco" with only 35 yards on 14 carries v Washington. I
doubt that happens again, even against a better ASU defense. When it
rains it pours. As a BYU fan, I know all too well.
Getting Bergstrom back is huge. The O-line struggled mightily against
Washington and he is, by far, the best O-Lineman on the team.
Time for our Utes (especially our fanbase) to stop talking about the PAC 12 and
start playing in the PAC 12. There is obviously a lot of work ahead of our team
and our coaches. It is amazing just how thin we are at key positions on offense
and just how bad our LBs have performed against the two PAC teams we have played
"Back On Track"?!? just because you ran it on a slow, unathletic BYU
team doesn't mean it was ever on track to begin with.
We can talk all we want. What we can DO is show up and support our team. Show up
and make some noise. See you Saturday.
We sure have had our share of '" happy hands," these last few years on
kick offs and punts. I would like to Thretton our Rugby back field the punts and
kick offs. He's used to catching the " up and under " kickoffs in
Rugby and can handle the ball better, as a Rugby ball in larger in circumference
than an American football.Rugby players also have much more experience running
in the open field. We don't need speed if we keep dropping the ball. Catch
the ball first ---that's where Thretton steps in.