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Published: Friday, Nov. 11 2011 6:26 p.m. MST

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CougFaninTX
Frisco, TX

Bronco is saying all the right things, but we should be ahead by 30 points by the 4th quarter and see Heaps or Lark and a lot of other two / three deep players finish the game. If Heaps is not 100% committed to stay next year, Lark should get the 2nd string reps in the next 3 games to prepare him in case his talents are needed next year as the backup.

Y4LYFE
Lubbock, TX

BYU will beat Idaho soundly. They aren't any ol' Adams St.

kokua
KAYSVILLE, UT

Football is a crazy game, that pointed ball can take the strangest bounces and flip around like a slippery 4 pound fish wriggling all over the place.

Today the late start time and the snow will make allot of things equal.

So lets play the game hard and see who wins. I love football !

Uncle Rico
Provo, UT

Bronco is not very smart by saying Idaho is a good football team.
He did the same with Idaho State. Listening to the players they actually believe that.

After beating Idaho State Cody Hoffman said, "It feels like we are coming a lot closer to reaching our potential."
Actually not Cody, you just played a horrible team.

BYU destroyed a terrible team, but they thought they beat a good team, because Bronco said so.

Then when they actually have to play a decent team (TCU), BYU thinks the game will be just as easy as it was to beat "that good team Idaho State."

No wonder BYU has trouble against real teams, the coaching staff deceives the players in to thinking that horrible teams are decent.
Bronco, only say you are playing a good team when the team is actually good.

Big Hapa
Kaysville, UT

@unclerico

True the Vandals are not the caliber team that we as BYU fans would love to have in LES, however I am sure there is no mystical voodoo power that Bronco or any other D1 coach has over there players.

Yes maintaining a high level of mental intensity is a tricky task with the long lay off's and the non-exciting competition.

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