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Published: Thursday, Oct. 27 2011 6:56 p.m. MDT

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cougarNV
Las Vegas, NV

Redemption is a great concept. Hope it translates to a good game.

Go Cougars!!!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Bronco will talk about execution and all that fuzzy stuff after the game. Reality will be that TCU has 50 "athletes" on the team, and byu has maybe 5.

"Athletes" 40
byu 10

If byu wins this game I won't post on a byu article the rest of the year.

I made the same statement before the Utah game. Need a reminder how that went?

BYUalum
South Jordan, UT

Utah trolls please stay off this comment review! Go comment on your own game!

BYU does well at Cowboy Stadium. If BYU come to play as they have done in the past, this will be a good game. We just watched the BYU-TCU 2007 game on BYUtv. What a great game with BYU winning 27-22.

Go Cougars. You can do it!

Oklahoma Cougar
Mustang, OK

A statement win against a good opponent on national television is way overdue! An intriguing concept-one that the Cougars have struggled with the last several years. Think Florida State two seasons ago and the last several TCU games, the Texas and Utah games earlier this season.

It is time for the coaching staff to have properly motivated and fired up the team to perform at the highest levels tonight. Last thing I want to hear is Bronco speaking platitudes about it being his fault and that he failed to prepare his squad in the post-game interviews.

We need a win tonight over an excellent TCU team. We know that they will be prepared and ready to make their own statement.

Another pathetic showing on a national stage today and BYU faces the possibility of fading into non-AQ oblivion.

Really struggling with the possibility of the Cougars being totally left out of the current conference re-alignments and watching such powerhouses as SMU, Houston, Air Force, UCF, Boise, actively pursuing conference affiliations and receiving invites. Really wish our AD and the administration would be more open and forthcoming.

Tonight is simple: Just Win one on the big stage!

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