SirTips, good to know, thanks. It would be cool to see one of the FCS schools in
the state become a major player nationally soon.
@uteballbrian scott signed with suu, he's a beast
Riverton, there is no such thing as the AP Top 26 poll, nor has there ever been.
"Please let me offer some friendly advice. No amount of anger, bitterness
or jealousy will change the fact that Utah and BYU are on different paths, never
to converge again."Otis, that's bad news for you. 8-5 or 10-3?
#25/#26 or unranked? Losing to 2-10 teams or not losing to 2-10 teams?
Stockton,Please let me offer some friendly advice. No amount of
anger, bitterness or jealousy will change the fact that Utah and BYU are on
different paths, never to converge again. We all just need to
accept the fact that Utah is now in the elite BCS Conference of Champions and
BYU is independent in football and in the WWE in all other sports. Let me
extend the olive branch and wish you guys well. I know emotions run
high when it comes to college sports, especially BYU. I should know. I was a
student there for 4 years undergraduate and 3 years of law school. I promise
you will feel much better if you just let it go. Very truly
Does anyone know what team Brian Scott from Hurricane high school signed with?
that kid is a beast it would be a tragedy if he didnt play college ball.
Otis...you can grovel and kiss up to the BCS and to Larry Scott all you want
but unless you are a perennial top 5 Nationally or even disecting it to within
conference perameters... a Divisional Top Dog in the overrated wheaties eating
pac...that totally unscientifically inept stat of 24 pulled out of thin air is
still an irrelevent...and proves nothing other than it might make some having
insecurity issues feel more secure...like sucking a thumb does for a baby. For
crying out loud dude. Get a grip ...you've overplayed this tune too much
already..and haven't budged anyone who truly knows the real sore.
Congrats to all these new recruits. It will be an exciting football season.I think the biggest difference in this year's class of recruits is the
impact of being a member of the elite BCS Conference of Champions. Rivals has
Utah's recruiting class currently ranked at 24 in the nation. Obviously,
playing with the big boys has its advantages. I think we will
continue to see these advantages across the board for Utah's sports in the