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Published: Thursday, June 23 2011 10:35 a.m. MDT

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Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

The future of football in Utah, is Utah

hohum
Saint George, UT

Myabe Whit should talk to this kid, he thinks Norm Chow is the offensive guru and the head coach. Might change his mind when he finds the truth.

Bitterman
west jordan, ut

You mean that the kid who committed months ago likes his choice?
Astonishing.

On the other hand it beats giving the roundup the headline "Utah has eleventh best recievers in a twelve team conference"

That would have been both hilarious and accurate but we wouldnt want the crimson colored blindfolds...er...glasses to break before play starts right? And you guys think Harmon is a homer....

UgottaloveMaxie
SLC, UT

Personally, I believe the coaches are a better judge of players than scout or rivals ratings, but for the characters who are always touting stars and trying to stay relevant despite their WAC schedule and legacy of slow, white defensive backs and receivers, this kids has 3 stars on each publication.

bigsoccer
Syracuse, UT

I thought Norm Chow was the head coach.

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

Utah - predictably - is getting its best recruit year ever. Top notch athletes see Utah as a great place to play and go to school. Away from the fast LA life yet still part of the pac 12 conference. I think the U is going to attract alot of kids - especially parents - who want their kids in a safer and more wholesome environment compared to LA or Seattle or even Tempe. Salt Lake is much better than any of the above.

DevilishUte
Tempe, AZ

Bitter boy -

Your name aptly describes you. You sound bitter and jealous about being left behind, UNINVITED.

I don't really put a lot of weight in the Moscow-Pullman News, the source you're referring to for the WR ranking.

Jute19
Poop, UT

For all of the people who can't read good and need to go to the center for kids who can't read good, you need to realize that the writer reported inaccurately with Norm Chow as the head coach, not the student athlete. Good job guys. High fives all around.

1984 for life
Salt Lake City, UT

@ bigsoccer | 11:30 a.m. June 23, 2011
Syracuse, UT

"I thought Norm Chow was the head coach." Not suprising, you also thought Brian Blechen had left the team.

Bitterman
west jordan, ut

Maxie:
Please let your buddies over on the story about Hanneman know of your preference for coach evaluations. While I agree with you (For once), they seem to think it is all about the stars and offers.

TJ
Eagle Mountain, UT

Where can I get some red colored glasses that block out everything blue and have blinders on the sides. Surely crisb,devilute,patriot and maxie will know.

Bitterman
west jordan, ut

Maxie:
Please let your buddies over on the story about Hanneman know of your preference for coach evaluations. While I agree with you (For once), they seem to think it is all about the stars and offers.

TJ
Eagle Mountain, UT

All trolling aside, I hope this kid sticks with his choice and has a fantastic career at Utah. It would be great to have two nationally relevent football teams in Utah to follow.

williary
Kearns, UT

@TJ

I'd check the Deseret Industries. Be sure to check behind the huge pile of "Quest For Perfection" t-shirts.

Imagine, someone like TJ calling Utah fans homers!

The guy who thinks Dick "Cougar Club" Harmon is an unbiased observer!

williary
Kearns, UT

@TJ

Being on TV does not equal national relevance.

Winning football games, getting to BCS bowls, and winning BCS bowls, makes you relevant to college football fans across the country.

Walk outside a wardhouse anywhere outside of Utah, and college football fans think The Jimmer is a BYU football player! That's what they know about BYU football.

BlueSaint
South Jordan, UT

If BYU didn't offer him, He doesn't matter!

Fahrvergnugen
Provo, UT

I am sure he knows who the head coach is. It was the newspaper writing that, not a quote from him.

MiP
Iowa City, IA

"On the other hand it beats giving the roundup the headline "Utah has eleventh best recievers in a twelve team conference"

That would have been both hilarious and accurate but we wouldnt want the crimson colored blindfolds...er...glasses to break before play starts right? And you guys think Harmon is a homer...."

--Quote from Bitterman.

Accurate? You do realize this is an article projecting Utah's recieving corp---not actual statistics from a season that's yet to be played? Intersting this article profiled the "have-nots" and there was no mention of WSU. Yes, Harmon is a homer, Dirk is a homer, and *surprise* the Moscow-Pullman paper has homers. I'm guessing you can't see it this way.

I'm not so sure I'd be worried what glasses others are wearing...

bigsoccer
Syracuse, UT

1984 for life | 11:49 a.m. June 23, 2011
Salt Lake City, UT
You really think I think Chow is the head coach, wow you need to go back to 1983 before you were born, oh and Utah was irrelevant than as they are now.

bigsoccer
Syracuse, UT

I wouldn't be the first time a athlete doesn't know who the head coach is on a team.

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