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Published: Sunday, Nov. 6 2011 8:00 p.m. MST

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Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Three games against decent teams. Three loses. No bcs invite. End of story.


Not so impressive, but hopefully this gets better

Wayne Rout
El Paso, TX

The team is making progress every week and they better understand their roles and what is expected. They have really improved and are doing better all the time. Many don't understand what we are doing. Woops...I'm sounding like a coach.

Naval Vet
Philadelphia, PA

It's laughable at how many cougar fans there were in the preseason touting this schedule as tougher than Utah's. Also laughable was how DESPITE the cougars playing this purported tougher schedule, that they would still somehow have posted a better W/L record than Utah.

And then submitted to a 44-pt blow out loss - at Home - by said Utah team. Haha!

Well, thus far they DO have a better overall record, but clearly, that's unfolding to be a consequence of playing a decade's worth of "Bo Diddley Techs" and "Little Sisters of the Poor" all in a single season. Given Utah's schedule, they'd likely be 2-7 right about now.

Woods Cross, UT

Ouch! Kinda makes the MWC look tough!

Las Vegas, NV

Wow, four out of the first five comments are from Utah fans. Keeping it classy!

ute alumni
Tengoku, UT

chrissy b
you have the red rocks to look forward to, since they are cancelling utah bball season. I think it was a good idea though that the utes are trying to sell bball tickets by the quarter. Who knows they may get a packed house of 35oo or so this year.

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