Quantcast

Comments about ‘Gymnastics notebook: Subpar opener leaves Red Rocks out of top 10’

Return to article »

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 12 2010 12:00 a.m. MST

Comments
  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
Anonymous

wow! have to go back to 1984, isn't that coincidental.

Hope this is a...

...wake up call. Just because its the U doesn't mean they can just sit on (or fall in this case) their laurels. Time to wake up and step it up!

Anonymous

They better work harder if they are going to win the National Championship this year like they said they would last year.

CTR

I have been a season ticket holder for 15 years and I have watched the UTES gradually get weaker and weaker as a team. Their recruits aren't the top notch athletes they have had in the past. (Their lastest add on from Brighton High is a prime example!) I think Greg is a great coach, but he seems to have lost his motivation. He says in the article he has done the same exact thing for years...well, maybe it is time to chance his approach? I will be there again this season, and I will patiently listen to the announcer tell us how many championships we have won, but I won't hold my breath this year!

Anonymous

It's time to bring back Coach Majerus!

farmerboy

2nd in the nation 3 of the last 4 years, that's really poor performance...

farmerboy

PS This years senior class was considered the best recruiting class in the nation that year.

Anonymous

Utah has placed in the top five for many years and something that fans have to keep in mind is that through the years the disparity between teams is shrinking. Utah, Georgia, UCLA, and Alabama will probably continue to be in the top when it comes to rankings and standing at nationals, but many other schools are becoming more competitive and recruits are choosing to go to other school rather than go to the big four. So while we have not won a championship for a while it is getting harder and harder to not only win a national championship, but also to remain at the top at the end of the season. Each year Utah has found a way to remain competitive and that is very respectable.

to comment

DeseretNews.com encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments