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Published: Monday, Feb. 7 2011 12:52 p.m. MST

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Duckhunter
American Fork, UT

Can't blame him as it is certainly a train wreck.

BaneOfHedgehog
Bothell, WA

Don't worry.... everything will be GREAT as soon as we get to the (cue the horns...) CONFERENCE ... OF... CHAMPIONS!! Yay! All the shots will drop, all the 5 star recruits will come RUNNING to our front door, and we'll be on national T.V. each and every weekend.

By garsh, we'll be dad-gum famous here at the U!

MiP
Iowa City, IA

I don't think Carlon Brown would have gotten the Utes any more wins this season as his shooting wouldn't have been much of an upgrade, even for this team.

Th
Tooele, UT

MiP I agree with you to a point although Brown and Henderson could have provided a little more leadership.

I am excited to move onto the future without Boylen and wish they'd do what Wyoming did and cut the loss now. Utah will lose more money by not canning him than by canning him and paying out his contract. Boosters are upset, the stadium is seeing fewer fans every week.

Boylen does have a couple players on the team, but not enough to compete at a high level. Boylen can find talented players, but if you've noticed, all of his players he's recruited have been guards and wings since he's been here. What do we suffer from most? A post presence at all!

We need someone young that can recruit Utah and California. I actually like the idea of Billy Gilespie or even Tim Miles out of Colorado State. This is why Utah needs to can Boylen now since there are a few high profile proven coaches out there right now.

Go Utes.... Hey Utes, we'll have something to look forward to in March...

Spring football

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