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Published: Monday, Dec. 5 2011 11:27 p.m. MST

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cougarNV
Las Vegas, NV

Great to see The Cougars get ready for the coming season and watch the good job Coach Rose is doing making the best with the players talents.

Go Cougars!

Jordan
Lynchburg, VA

This Ute fan is hoping Chris can get through the surgery, heal quickly, and get back on the court as soon as possible to do what he loves. Go Utes!

Griz
Salt Lake City, UT

Hope you heal quickly Chris!

DEW Cougars
Sandy, UT

Get well Chris soon.

Do I see Lillarded, nah, Jimmered sound better. Good luck Weber State.

Veracity
Morgan, UT

Jordan

This Ute fan is hoping Chris can get through the surgery, heal quickly, and get back on the court as soon as possible to do what he loves. Go Utes!

Wow...a classy person!

Carnak
Salt Lake City, UT

Tough to hear when a young athlete has injury issues. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

CougFaninTX
Frisco, TX

Disappointing news with Collinsworth. Hope he has a speedy recovery, but if he's going under the knife we're not likely to see him again this year. He's a kid with tons of potential. Wonder if there's any chance of getting another year of eligibility since he used his medical redshirt last season?

Great news for Hartsock. He is deserving and having a fantastic year!

Wednesday night will be a real test for Winder against Weber State. Winder has the athleticism, but not the experience to defend someone like Lillard. Situations like this will give him experience.

Go Cougs!

hoost
Walnut Creek, CA

Wait. Who ever thought Cris was going to unseat Hartsock as the starting forward this year? Sure, he can rebound like a beast and if he's healthy he'll probably start later in his career, but he was an out of shape sophomore coming off of knee surgery this year. No way anyone thought he was going to compete for Hartsock's place in the starting 5.

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