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Published: Monday, March 14 2011 2:31 p.m. MDT

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Mormon Ute
Kaysville, UT

Stay put Will. Whoever takes over at the U will need you to help anchor the team in his first season.

hedgehog
Ann Arbor, MI

He'll be back

hedgelog
Idaho Falls, ID

If Will makes the decision to leave, and who could blame him, the utes are another 3 years away from .500 in nonconference games and will never be a factor in the pac10.2 basketball picture. The utes are a two trick pony...skiing and gymnastics!

Veritas Aequitas
Fruit Heights, UT

hedgehog | 2:50 p.m. March 14, 2011
Ann Arbor, MI
He'll be back
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What are the odds he'll be gone by September?

Duckhunter
Highland, UT

What does it matter? Seriously. They aren't going to be any good either way. Face it ute "fans" the only relevency your program has is as a sure win on someones schedule.

Duckhunterr
Highland, UT

I really just wish that my team was as good as the Utes are going to be next year. The thing that really drives me nuts is that my team at their peak is nowhere near what Utah used to be. Even now, we are looking at a mere birth in the sweet 16, if the ball bounces our way. If not, we are looking at another second round bounce. And this is with having ourselves a once in a generation team. the Utes meanwhile will get back to being nationally prominent before I know it. Then I wll have to buy more tissues.

Th
Tooele, UT

Will would be crazy to go anywhere at this point in his career. Its never good to transfer as a senior and have two years to play one. Like Brown did.... But if not for Brown, and Henderson, we might be enduring another Boylen hot season.

Hey real Duckhunter, get a grip! BYU has their best team in 40 years almost and your on a Utah page quacking! Thing is, BYU won't go anywhere without an amazing performance by Jimmer. He's a great player, but there is NO depth, and NO post presence! Wofford will compete, and your team will be bounced second round.

Go Ute's, Im excited to see who Utah draws in. I am hearing the names of Tony Bennett, former Washington State coach, and Mark Gottfried, ESPN college hoops analyst and former Bama coach. Would be nice to see Utah entice Alex Jensen to join the staff whoever it might be, but the whole staff needs replaced.

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