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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 18 2012 5:00 p.m. MST

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Cottonwood Heights, UT

Meh. Slow day in the news room for Mr. Call. Why are they still adjusting after a couple months now?

Scott Farcus
Beaver, UT

Jeff, any team can adjust to a weak sauce schedule.

No brainer.

Band of Lil Brothers lives on!

Frisco, TX

@Scott Farcus "any team can adjust to a weak sauce schedule."

Utes haven't adjusted too well to their "weak sauce schedule" in the PAC. WCC has three teams ranked in the Top 25 (Sagarin) and the PAC has 1.

Utah is ranked lower (Sagarin) than any WCC team, 23 spots below the lowest WCC school. Hang in there Lil Brother.

People who live in glass houses should not throw stones.

Eagle Mountain, UT

The difference between between BYU and your school is that BYU beats the weak teams by 20-30 points. Your team loses to the weak teams, at home, by 20 or 30 points.
The little brother mentality is still alive in Beaver.

Layton, UT

Scott Farcus | 7:39 a.m. Jan. 19, 2012
Beaver, UT
Jeff, any team can adjust to a weak sauce schedule.

No brainer.

Band of Lil Brothers lives on!
Well except the Utes of course. Oh and good luck without your "best" player.

Lil band of transfers lives on!

Tooele, UT

How many of you BYU haters actually read the article instead of just the headline? Because if you did read the article, you would it is less about BYU and more about how the WCC schedules their games each week and each month.

For a many, many years, the WCC was an eight team conference. Now that they're a nine-team conference, scheduling games has become a bit more difficult, which is why BYU and other WCC teams have had to play a number of Monday games.

Next time, before you make yourself look silly, read the actual article first.


I don't understand why the Ute fans cannot just move on and troll their rivals message boards. There is no reason for them to be here.

Columbia, MO

The WCC has two really good teams besides BYU. I'm wondering why the conference scheduled BYU to meet St. Mary's in the first game and then left all the other games with the big guys for the end of the year. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense to schedule San Diego twice at the beginning and Gonzaga twice at the end, with the second game against St. Mary's somewhere in the middle.

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