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Published: Sunday, Jan. 30 2011 6:00 p.m. MST

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hedgehog
Ann Arbor, MI

" espn is reporting...."

What????

You mean "espn reported 10 days ago"

Nice job DNews in "breaking" last weeks news.

Your rival newspaper is running circles around you.

BigSportsFan!!
ogden, ut

Re Hedgehog.

You must be bad at math because it was just a few days ago.

ESPN.com Mo Latu, OC Gilbert, AZ
Jan 27, 2011

Three-star lineman Mo Latu makes decision for Arizona State

Duckhunter
American Fork, UT

Sounds like "hope" is all they have. They sure don't have many "commits".

LOL

Max-was-right
springville, UT

but but buuutttt, utahs in the pac ten now...didnt anyone bother to tell them?

The chow affect wears on...

BigSportsFan!!
ogden, ut

The U just lost out on another.

Oregon State got a commitment from Akeem Gonzalez, a 6-foot-4, 250-pound offensive/defensive line p

Bluto
Sandy, UT

Does it really matter....

According to the the Ute Trolls....

2 & 3 star athletes don't matter anyway, right?

Uteville is only after the 4 and 5 stars.

Oh, and they are losing 4 stars also, and they have never had a 5 star recruit as BYU has many.

And when 4 star athletes transfer from say USC, they say they were washed up anyway.

Oh yea....this Ute meltdown beginning next year is going to be a joy to behold.

cougar4ever2
SLC, UT

@Bluto: according to the Utah coaches for the past several years BYU winning the in-state recruit battle didn't matter because they go after the "real" athletes from Texas and California, which is where they were putting all of their focus...this is according to written, printed statements in the paper a couple of years ago. I hope their in-state recruits this year realize that they are sloppy seconds since all of the "real" athletes are choosing to play for a winning team. I am still baffled at the contradiction, but not surprised one bit.

utahcountyute
Cedar Hills, UT

@coug4ever

Still waiting for those "written, printed statements in the paper a couple of years ago." that quote Kyle saying byU was "stupid" and all that for recruiting local kids.

let me know

BigSportsFan!!
ogden, ut

Arizona adds to offensive line with Cali prospect Faitele Faafoi Rated three-stars by ESPNU, he chose Arizona over Utah.

Four-star Cali wideout Antoine Arnold headed to junior college

Utes#1
Sandy, UT

Hey BYU fans,
1. Who has the better class? Who is even in the running for some of these top guys?

2. Utah dropped Akeem, at 225, not very good size for OT

3. Utah has James Aiono a 5 star.

4. We actually get athletes on our team ya know. I bet your fastest guy this class is 4.5-4.6

5. Have you even been in the running for one 4 star this class besides Ryker?

6. Where were you in the state of Utah this year? Utah cleaned that up with Langi,Nate Fakafahua,Travis Still,Isaac Asiata,Jordan Robles,Seni,Daniel Nielson and Daniel Kristenson. You got 1 guy in Ryker who chose BYU over Utah, congrats!!!!!

Carnak
Salt Lake City, UT

Hey Cougar fans - Enjoy playing that WAC schedule next year while the big boys compete.

Duckhunter
American Fork, UT

@utes#1

You sound desperate to prove something. Are you trying to convince yourself?

LOL

1984 for life
Salt Lake City, UT

@Duckhunter

LOL is pretty cool when texting your teenage friends but for the rest of us.

ENOUGH

Duckhunter
American Fork, UT

@1984 for life

Well quit making me LOL then. Since you ute "fans" are a running joke it elicits that reaction every single time.

LOL

1984 for life
Salt Lake City, UT

Good one.

LOL

1984 for life
Salt Lake City, UT

Good one.

LOL

Duckhunter
American Fork, UT

It must have been for you to compliment it twice.

LOL

Carnak
Salt Lake City, UT

Utes look to have a great recruiting class. Keep up the good work.

uteBusters
Park City, UT

Carnak

Hey Utah fans, enjoy playing that Big Sky schedule next season, while BYU is playing the big boys like Texas.

BigSportsFan!!
ogden, ut

But Utah picked up a commitment from junior college receiver Anthony Denham (6-foot-6, 215 pounds) of East Los Angeles College in California. He picked the Utes over Central Florida.

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