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Published: Tuesday, Nov. 29 2011 11:00 p.m. MST

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Boise, ID

BYUtv comes through again. Go Cougars!

Frisco, TX

I really hope Collinsworth gets back to full strength quickly. We could really use another big guy with his experience. Sharp and Austin have filled in nicely, but they don't have the experience of Collinsworth.

A couple more tough games with Oregon, Weber State and Baylor. A Top 10 Baylor team will be the toughest of the three, but in the friendly confines of the Marriott Center - you never know. If we win two out of these three games, it would be huge.

I can't wait to see how Carlino performs on Dec 17. Cusick and Winder have performed admirably, but something tells me Carlino will be a notch above. I've only seen him play in the Blue and White game and he plays like a true PG.

Las Vegas, NV

I miss Jimmer

Salt Lake City, UT

This is a clear example of why Rose is a vastly superior coach to Bronco. Rose doesn't blow sunshine or make ambiguous statements about why the the team isn't performing up to expectations. He doesn't enjoy listening to himself talk about stuff related to the team, he just goes out and fixes it and isn't afraid of pushing his players too hard in the process.

I hope we never lose Coach Rose. That will be a sad day for BYU.


griz, big difference between coaching 12 players and 60. Big difference.

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