Please don't use "Utesies" show a little respect to the tribe. Call
us Ute fans anything but please keep the Ute name out of it. Thank you very
much for your understanding. I don't think I have ever seen a play on the words
Brigham Young from any Ute fan. Palepoi is going to stay in-state I'm sure
whereever he winds up he will have a great college experience.
Howards S, PAC12 fan"All that matters is what happens on the
field.""If Palepoi values big boy football, and big boy bowl
games, in a big boy conference he will choose Utah."17-14 at
home to a 2 win team3 blowouts in conferenceOffense ranked #110 in
the nationSun Bowl??Big boys..... yeah right!?!?!?!? LOL LOL
LOLAnd the Utesies couldn't "rebuild" their offense fast enough
for next year, you think K Whitt is simply ecstatic about the prospect of Wynnie
or Hays leading the "NC" charge next year. Whatever.
E T BassLosing is defined by a score of 17-14 and the 'soul
crushing' disappointment by those that wanted...a South Division
championhsipthe conference title gamea parade in Pasadenathe
Rose BowlCheer up, a look at the bright side, an embarrassing loss
prevented two more embarrassing losses and it provided the Colorado Buffs an end
to a 4 yr road drought. Those boys were sure happy.
I really believe "winning" is defined by a score of 54-10. Nothing
else comes close
@StgWel it took awhile but you finally got there.
@MLHNope I'm not "frustrated". Still having fun. And the
"winning" is the thread, not me. This has been a fun one.LOL!
DuckhunterThis is truly the first time you have seamed frustrated.
Half a tread dedicated to me by hypocritical utah "fans".
Winning.I hate to say it buddy but I do think that the Utah
"fans" are Winning this one. I hope you enjoyed your basketball game
"What we normally get on here from utah "fans" is that as soon as
utah offers a scholarship to a player it means he is now either a stud or else a
hidden gem...If utah doesn't offer, which they hadn't done a week ago, then the
kid is a marginal talent"There are some simplistic people on
each side of the rivalry that think this way. I'm not one of them. Tenny is
probably better and more ready to play right now than a couple of Utah's
recruits this year, but because he's got less time to be there and a lot of
competition just to get on the field, that's not an offer you just throw out
there. If he comes to Utah, great, I'd be happy to see him with the team and
even more excited if he does make an impact. But just because BYU offered
doesn't mean I'll take a guy who would probably be rated a 2 or 3 star talent
and say he's "zero" star, and just because Utah offers doesn't mean
I'll make the same guy out to be a blue chipper.
"So once again my question is this, did those vastly superior players utah
was pursuing turn them down so they offered Tenny"My goodness,
I don't know how many times I have to go over this. The reason I cited for them
not having offered already and probably wouldn't until at least a little later
is that they don't have much need on the defensive line right now. They already
have 5 DL commits this year with at least 8 others already on scholarship this
year. Their biggest needs were QB, DB, OL and LB. Two QBs committed, so check
there. The OL cabinet was restocked, check. A linebacker was added between then
and now. They had 4 DBs committed, but one recently decommitted, so more room
there. Also, word is that at least a couple recruits intend to grayshirt this
year, so that opens up more room. And yes, a few recruits higher on their list
had recently committed elsewhere.
@stgtoslcI never said you do have to "blow nothing but
sunshine" but that isn't the point here and you know it. You made some
negative remarks about him, and at least one of them turned out to be dead wrong
as utah offered him just a couple of days later. So once again my question is
this, did those vastly superior players utah was pursuing turn them down so they
offered Tenny, which is what you claimed would be the only reason they would
offer him, or are you wrong about him, he is pretty good, and utah did want him,
which of course the offer would suggest is the case? What we
normally get on here from utah "fans" is that as soon as utah offers a
scholarship to a player it means he is now either a stud or else a hidden gem
because Whittingham is the greatest person ever at evaluating talent. If utah
doesn't offer, which they hadn't done a week ago, then the kid is a marginal
talent with little going for him so that makes him BYU material. Just wondering which it is....now?
Just because I have respect for athletes doesn't mean I have to blow nothing but
sunshine and rainbows at them. There's a difference between disrespect and
critique. I openly criticize Utah players, sports is sports to me and that's my
passion, not a rivalry. Tenny seems like a good kid and I wish him the best no
matter where he goes. Case closed, end of story.
@stgtoslcYes you did. Or is this "I think it's safe
to say, however, that Palepoi hasn't had quite the junior college career
athletically that he was hoping for...utah...it wouldn't surprise me to see them
offer late if they lose out on a couple of the highly-sought-after players
they're looking at. Little bit misleading to call him a "top"
prospect, though..." now considered a compliment? So he hasn't had "quite the career athletically" he might get an
"offer late" if all the good players are gone, and "calling him a
top prospect" is misleading. Yep that all sounds like compliments and
positive reviews. LOL!
"The truth is you made a condesending (sic) remark about him"No that's not truth, but keep em comin. The truth is that I stated an unbiased
opinion of his situation. I know enough collegiate athletes to know better than
to disrespect ones that I don't know. I have friends who have played and still
do play for BYU, so the team itself doesn't bother me and I have no reason to
hate on them. It's a select group of fans that I like to trade jabs with. Of
course, I don't expect this to sink in at all, because I go to Utah and
therefore am just a "fan."
@ Chewbacca | 4:14 p.m. Jan. 25, 2012 Magna, UT Unfortunately
he's done for today. After the meeting he has to go to his quarterback or
pitching lessons and then it's off to Tulsa. Oh wait a minute, he only goes
there when his beloved Cougars take a pounding and he has to go silent for a
couple of weeks.
I sure hope chicken little comes back from his meeting soon to share some more
of his dark humor with us.
Breaking News: Big 12 is ready to expand again and we are in this time! Yes!!!
Texas, aTm, Oklahoma, TCU!! We are big time now fellas!
Oh don't worry about me otis, I have a basketball game to attend. Right now
though I'm just sitting around my office waiting for a meeting to start so
thanks for giving me the reading material now, when I don't have much going on
Duckhunter,We thought we would give you some reading for tonight so
you don't have to sit in your basement, listening to Vanilla Ice mixtapes while
drinking your Orange Crush and playing World of Warcraft online, as usual.
Half a tread dedicated to me by hypocritical utah "fans". Winning.LOL!
Duckhunter:"...if he signs with utah he'll be able to lose to
plenty of 2-10 teams with some regularity."Right. Because ONE
TIME = "regularity" in coug-speak. Which, by your own frantic and
emotional logic means if Palepoi signs with Bronco, he'll be able to sit on the
losing end of a 44-pt Homefield beatdown, courtesy of your big brother on the
Hill, "with some regularity" as well. Isn't that right Ducky?Oh...and SPEAKING of regularity...can you say "WAC Football
Guys (and gals) lay off Duckhunter. BYU football hasn't received any commitments
from anyone in a long time and we all know Duckhunter's favorite thing to do is
to comment on recruits (even though he says he never does). Let him hold on to
Mr. Palepoi and disparage and hate on Utah "fans" (love it when he
puts it in quotes) or he may go on hiatus again like after the game in Provo
this year - and if Duckhunter was not on here it just wouldn't be the same.
Guys, I think we need to take it easy on Duckhunter. Afterall, it can't be easy
watching Utah be a member of the elite BCS Conference of Champions.It's probably just like watching your more attractive and intelligent older
brother go on tour with The Rolling Stones while you are stuck playing Guitar
Hero in your mother's basement. Let's all take the high road and
try to be a little more understanding with Duckhunter.
@ DuckhunterThanks for the laughs. You are a credit to the BYU
UtahUte16I'm worried too. He doesn't appear to be laughing out loud any
more. That's curious!I would love to see this kid in a Utah uniform;
but from the article, I have to believe he's going to Logan. It's nice to see
Utah State on the rise. The Auburn game was fantastic. The Aggies had 'em beat,
dead to rights.
This guy sounds like Utah's to lose. And if they do, for whatever reason, he's
Utah State's to lose. And then the previously "hated" BYU can have the
last crack at him. Once they interview w/ Bronco and step on campus,
they almost always love their experience. Their Ute fan brainwashing melts away
in a day.Go Cougars.
Guys, I'm worried about Duckhunter. His posts are becoming shorter and shorter
and less coherent. I hope he's alright.
Duck Hunter, well based on BYU's current History with recruiting highly rated
qbs.....I think Ill take Hansen over that kid from Idaho, cause everyone knows
the high school competition is oh so stiff in the state of Idaho
Palepoi should sign with BYU only if he wants to witness a historic beat-down
from Boise this year. LOLBoise is in the BCS baby! I love the
sound of that. BCS all the way.
Byu has lost to 2-10 teams many, many times. Although I wouldn't doubt if they
find themselves with the same record next year.I think if this
recruit doesn't sign with Coach Brocno, he will be missing out on a lot of jello
and a lot co-ed jokes.
My 8 year old daughter often uses the term "LOL"Hypocrite?
Hardely, just a fan of the game who gives credit to all of the Utah schools.
That's pretty clear from my post(s). I must admit, it get's more
difficult to support BYU in any way, shape or form when I continue to read some
of these comments. I believe it's the minority (case in point) and not the
majority of BYU fans though. Again, I don't think this kid can go
wrong with any of the 3; it's going to be Utah State any way.
@dub45In the case of Hansen, well he committed several months before
that game. It was right after he went to BYU's camp and got absolutely dominated
by Tanner Mangum and BYU told him they weren't recruiting him as a qb and wanted
him to play defense. He wants to try to play qb and utah told him he can try.
There you go.
@princeton graduate"Like BYU"Are you infering
BYU has gone 2-10 or is going to go 2-10 and that one of those wins will be
Hey 17-14 Hurts Don't It, All we bave to do to get a recruit to pick UTAH over
byu is show them a tape of that 54!!!-10 beatdown, just ask Chase Hansen, you
can talk all you want about to our fluke loss, but head to head we embarrassed
you on your own field. End of discussion
Duckhunter,You mean like byu?
@otis spurlockThat is really a good point. But on the bright side if
he signs with utah he'll be able to lose to plenty of 2-10 teams with some
The really sad thing about the whole situation, is that if he doesn't sign with
BYU he is going to miss a lot of great firesides.
@112pacWhat it means is that when someone shows ute "fans"
to be hypocrites then other utah "fans", like 112pac, will try to
I would be surprised if Palepoi chose Utah, as Utah is loaded at the defensive
line position. He might get more playing time at BYU. But the opportunity to
play with among the best, if not the best PAC 12 defensive line might be great
for Palepoi also. But you never know. Good luck Palepoi!
Funny, these young men are turning out to be more mature than many fans.
Palepoi admits to hating BYU growing up, but getting to know the people changed
his heart. And Chase Hansen, a BYU kid, had the same experience with Utah. Maybe we could learn a thing or two from these recruits. I'm reminded
of a saying, "Just because God is smiling on someone else, doesn't mean
he's frowning on you." Whichever schools these young men choose, all of us
will fill our rosters with talent. Society would have us believe
that teenagers are aloof, lazy, and selfish. Articles like this, where a young
man chooses family over prestige, gives me great hope.Thank you,
Tenny, for your example.From a loyal Cougar fan.
When some one digs up comments from weeks ago and finishes every post with
"LOL", they have way too much time on their hands.Best of
luck to this young man, where ever he decides to go. He can't lose with any of
the 3; but hopefully he will become a UTE!
@stgtoslcSo just a few days later is "late in the
process"? It was already "late in the process" when BYU offered
him so how is it any idfferent?The truth is you made a condesending
remark about him, that utah may offer him "late in the process" if the
vastly superior super stud guys they were recruiting didn't pan out so my
question remains the same. Did utah not get any of the super stud vastly
superior guys they were pursuing within those few days between your posts?
Because it seems to me utah turned right around and offered him right after BYU
offered him, within just a few days. There was no waiting, there was no news
about any of the super stud vastly superior guys turning them down, nothing.
utah simply made him an offer and now that they have I find it interesting what
we are reading from utah "fans" about it compared to what utah
"fans" were saying a week ago when he was just a 'fallback' recruit
for utah or not one at all.
SGtoSLCI didn't say it wasn't important... I just said that at the level
of play that BYU and Utah are at there isn't enough to base that there is any
real superiority of recruiting for one over the other and that all this
speculation and upstaging is totally unfounded huffing and puffing. Both
programs would have to be perennial top 1-10's to show any appreciative
consistancy and then again we're back to being still based on actual of
performance...on the field.
'Big boy' football = losing to a 2-10 team, wishing for 4 and 5 star recruits,
occasionally winning, etc.As crowntown said, top ten programs get 4
and 5 star recruits. By the time you get to the Utes you get a lot of leftovers
to pick through.As much as Utah fans wish they had a 'big boy' team
and program... they don't.Keep whining about these 'zero' star
recruits and keep wishing.
I'm bringing something I said in a different thread, directed at both utes and Y
fans:"I honestly wish BYU the best of luck and hope they get
the chance to represent Utah well in the tourney (was talking bball, but it
works with football too), but I don't think it's going to happen. All I ask is
to for once, think about the bigger picture. Both Utes and Y fans, enjoy the
rivalry and hate each other WHEN YOU"RE PLAYING, but support a Utah team
regardless when you're facing other opponents. That way, the Utah team's become
better, along with the rivalry games". Also, stars only
indicate how college ready kids are, but those stars are worthless without a
good coach to develop it (e.g Florida State). Since I haven't seen much BYU
football, I can't tell how good they do at that, but I can sure say Whit does a
great job at getting the most out of the kids he has. I wish nothing but the
best for Palepoi wherever he ends up, whether it be at Utah, BYU, or USU. . .
and so should you all.
Is the ratings and stars are overrated then why do the top 10 teams year in and
year our have rosters full of 4 and 5 stars?
Listening to a bunch of average bicker about a JC recruit or recruiting is a
waste of anyone's time.
"So does this mean Tenny now had a much better career at Snow than you
previously claimed?"No. I said from the beginning that it
wouldn't surprise me if Utah offered late in the process if they still had
availability. With a week until Signing Day, it's safe to say they offered late
in the process. So I'll answer you for the 3rd time. NO. But feel free to
extract whatever false connotation you wish from this comment.Where's Stockton??, I am usually every bit as annoyed of Chris B's comments as
you, but not anything I can do about it, although sometimes it is humorous. I
can respect and understand your position on recruiting, but I obviously place a
little more importance on it. It's also for this reason that I find it
interesting to see how these players develop. While we will probably continue to
disagree on many topics, I can actually give some credibility to your arguments
and have some understanding, along with CougFaninTX, you're some classy dudes,
It's a simple thing people...If Palepoi values big boy football, and
big boy bowl games, in a big boy conference he will choose Utah.If
he values the "BYU experience" or being part of "rebuilding"
at Utah State, he he will choose BYU or Utah State.Any of those
choices are valid and I wouldn't fault him for whatever choice he makes... but
those are the choices pure and simple.
Recruits are nothing until they are developed. Harvey Langi was rated very
high, but he still has the learning curve to catch up to. It's still yet to be
seen if he is worth his rating. The whole ranking system is useful, but mostly
arbitrary and largely political.One thing is for sure, K Whitt does
an outstanding job and developing talent and putting kids where they can
contribute the most.Good luck to this kid wherever he may choose.
Also, what high school did he play for here in Utah?
Also, the NFL is full of Utes that came in as 2 and 3 star athletes.
All that matters is what happens on the field. 54-107 out of
1054-34-2One seeks to play with the varsity. . One seeks to be
a good JV team. All recruits are good athletes. Some are ready now
and some are ready later. The better coaches take the 2 stars and make them
better. I believe BYU and Utah have good coaches but know Kyle developes better
athletes and the gap will continue to increase between the two schools. Too bad
they won't continue to play.
"Relevance is such a great recruiting weapon!"How many
home wins did relevance get Utah? So sending a 6-6 team from the division is
supposed to get people excited to come? Oh, that team wasn't even Utah. Why
didn't relevance get more wins? Relevance is irrelevant.
That's 10 minutes I'll never get back.
@where's stocktonDante had it right, that lowest level of hell is
reserved for hypocrites whether they are utah "fans" or claim to be
BYU fans. You getting a little hot?
VegasUte...Crapshoot...Crapshoot...Crapshoot!!! You may think you have
got all the possibilities covered and yet even you cannot at this time roll the
dice because you don't have them and can't even get into the game. Recruiting
polls are like fancy packaging. The box is purposfully made to enhance the
appeal and to encourage the purchase. It has nothing to do with the value or
the quality of the product inside...or in this case... the quality of the
program. It's just another snakeoil gimmick being used by individuals who like
P.T. Barnum knew... that there are lots of suckers out there being born every
TJ - Utah is ranked 28 by Rivals. bYu is not ranked anywhere as far as I can
tell. From all three reporting services, Utah has seven different players
ranked 4 stars, the y has three (and all three are leaving on missions). This
doesn't even take into consideration the fact that one service does not even
rank JC transfers. Speaking of JC transfers, Utah has the #9 and #10 ranked JC
transfers for 2012, and #7 publicly announced today that his choice is down to
Oklahoma and Utah. PLUS, our coach is not out trying to spin stories in the
media as to why this year's recruiting class looks so bad.So, in the
words of Yner N.C.y., you can "cherry pick" the information you want
to make yourself feel better, that's fine. It doesn't bother me. At the end of
the day, Utah will have a much better recruiting class, a much better team, a
much better schedule, a far superior coach, a much better coaching staff and a
conference membership. Relevance DOES have it's benefits!!Go Utes!! Onward and Upward!!
StGtoSLC...I still say recruiting especially at the much lower program
perennial levels that Utah and BYU play at are a crap shoot and cannot be
measured with any proven accuracy. So let's say we compromise. I'll admit that
we are stuck with the likes of ducky hunter and you admit to being stuck with
the likes of your chrissy b. and we'll make a day of this senseless debate.
DuckhunterNobody spins faster than the kids on the hill as soon as a
recruit either chooses or spurns Utah.What's really laughable is how
obsessed Utah fans remain with a school that they supposedly left in the dust a
long time ago. Despite their denials, their actions scream jealous
Speaking of "spin," way to butcher my entire comment to try and save
face. The rest of what I said: " I do think of the schools that have
offered, BYU would probably be the best option as far as a family standpoint and
possibility of immediate playing time. Utah doesn't have great need at the
position at the moment, but it wouldn't surprise me to see them offer late if
they lose out on a couple of the highly-sought-after players they're looking at.
Good luck to him in the process."That's still the way I feel,
and there's no bias in it. A prospect with that many offers leaving high school
certainly hopes to make a bigger splash at the JC level. Utah still does not
have a lot of need at DL, but he's a good kid and a decent player, and since
they still have availability, they offered. Simple as that. Obviously, the
family comment came before I knew of all his family in Logan, so BYU does not
have a great advantage there.
Oh and this thread is full of win. Love it. LOL!
@stgtoslcSo does this mean Tenny now had a much better career at
Snow than you previously claimed? I mean utah offered him and they are in the
pac12. THE PAC 12!
Yep, these several Ute fans are 'flip floppers' when it comes to 'zero' star
recruits. Whatever fancies them at the moment. Too funny!
"All I read in your comment was 'deflect, spin, distort, obfuscate,
etc.'"The ignorant see what they wish to, despite having the
truth shown to them. You never acknowledge being proven wrong, and I don't
expect you to now either, so it is what it is.Naval Vet was the only
one saying Utah wouldn't offer. Meanwhile, some of the sort such as Swoop and
TrueBlue said things like: "Just admit it, the reason Utah isn't recruiting
Palepoi is because Tenny has no interest in Utah." and "Utah won't
make an offer because the Utes don't want to be embarrassed when Palepoi turns
them down to play for BYU." Obviously both ridiculous sides of the argument
@indemakIn otherwords you can't refute a word I wrote so all you can
do is try to make it personal.LOL!
ute "fan" comments from the thread where Palepoi was offered by
BYU.howard S"lots of top level D1 athletes prefer
to test themselves against WAC populated schedules instead of BCS schedules.Palepoi may be one of those... "naval vet"because he's an unheralded, zero-star defensive lineman -- whom I might
add, Rivals never even heard of I cited BOTH Rivals AND Scout. If you added up
all the stars on both websites, he gets zero. That's a fact.StGtoSLC"I think it's safe to say, however, that Palepoi
hasn't had quite the junior college career athletically that he was hoping
for...utah...it wouldn't surprise me to see them offer late if they lose out on
a couple of the highly-sought-after players they're looking at. Little bit
misleading to call him a "top" prospect, though..."adleman"Utah has commitments this class from 3 JC Defensive
linemen, all of whom are widely rated above Palepoi, I HIGHLY doubt they are
actively recruiting Tenny...LOL!
Been reading the silly comments by the duckman for years. He claims to know half
the recruits and has coached some of the best in their youth. Anything from the
duck should be taken with a grain of salt. Is simply on the site to irritate.
Waiting for any substance from his comments.
@StGtoSLCAll I read in your comment was "deflect, spin,
distort, obfuscate, etc."
TJ... Like my VegasUte response... there is very little cohesive data to
support or base any undisputable conclusion that either Utah or BYU has any real
advantage in recruiting over the other...simply because neither is a perennial
top 5 or even top 10 program. In football verses Basketball... (Basketball
being much easier to make a case such as UCLA in the 60's and 70's)... you have
22 verses 5 different positions to compare two taams to... and with the
multiplier of 2 that makes the total an atronomical 44 for football and 10 for
basketball...and that's just with the top recruiting prospects... meaning that
in football you would have to combine previous year's top prospects...which
pointing out... no recruiting poll does... and in BYU's unique case BYU's former
returning Missionary recruits...which again no recruiting poll does. No matter
how you paint the picture...until it happens on the field it's a crap shoot and
Duckhunter and giantfan, nice job lumping an entire fanbase into the mindset of
one or two individuals. Go back and you'll see that the people who commented on
him here are not the same people commenting on him in the last article. Nice
try, though.TJ, once again there are more recruiting services than
Scout, and last I checked, the other 3 big ones (ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports) all
had Utah's average recruits rated higher than BYU's. And once again, RMs are
only counted in the recruiting class IN WHICH THEY WERE RECRUITED.One thing that is certain, however, is that Palepoi would have much more
competition getting playing time at Utah than BYU or USU. I wish him luck in
making his decision, each choice seems to have many positives: family (USU),
development and competition (Utah), and lots of playing time (BYU).
@VegasUte Relevence comes after these recruits have performed at the next
higher level...Never before. Otherwise they are just like 2 year old horses in
racing... nice to look at and speculate on...but the purse money only goes to
the winners among the actual entrants...and the betting money is pure and simple
only a speculative gamble....of which relevence has little to do with anything.
neither Utah nor BYU are perennial top 10's so there has never really ever been
any real undisputable evidence to show any difference between thier recuiting
Vegas Ute;Scout.com has Utah ranked at 43 with 23 recruits(one of the
Allen kids from TX de-committed). Their average star rating is 2.48.BYU is
ranked at 52 with only 16 recruits and an average star rating of 2.88. Since the rankings are based on total points(each star gets so many points and
each recruit gets extra points if they are in the top 20 in their position and /
or in the top 100 overall), BYU is only 10 spots below U with 7 less recruits.
The returning missionaries for BYU this year are ranked as follows. 3 two star,
7 three star and 2 4 star which averages to 2.91 stars. On scout, or rivals, BYU
would rank higher than U with their 28 recruits averaging 2.9 stars. So my
question to you is; If BYU has a poor recruiting class coming in, doesn't that
rank U below poor?
...and out of the Great Black Swamp re emerges the Hedgie...claim jumping as
usual that this article is totally about the Utes... who just lately even joined
the pursuit of this kid. And I love the unisonic pitch from underneath his
soft little underside from his bold little sidekick... Chrissy B... the great
prognosticater who brings forth so much laughter.
Duckhunter,Yeah, I could've sworn that this kid was no good since
Utah hadn't offered him. How quickly a Ute fan changes his tune! No doubt
they'll do another 180 if this kid committs to anyone other than Utah.
If any one wants some absolute belly laughs go back to the article from a week
ago when BYU offered this kid and read the ute "fan" comments about
him. Then come back and compare them to the ones being made now that utah has
offered him as well.LOL!
@ncY:bYu has nothing to "cherry pick". That is why they
have such a poor recruiting class!! Nice try though.Jealousy is not
becoming!!Go Utes!! Relevance is such a great recruiting weapon!
Good luck Tenny! I hope you have a great career wherever you end up!!
"Utah came forward with an offer shortly following his official visit to
BYU."Enough said. It's embarassing to be a ute now-a-days. Now
they're cherry picking recruits after they make an offcial visit to another
Funny how the anti-BYU trolls are already looking for excuses to explain why
Palepoi will sign with USU or BYU. The future of football in Utah
lies within each school, team, coaches and the players that choose to play at
those schools. Might be a bit too deep for some but I think it is pretty
accurate. The success of the football teams in Utah remains to be
written. Judging by the rankings of recruiting classes on Scout.com
(Utah average star rating of 2.4, BYU average of 2.88 and USU with 2.2 so far),
I think the future is pretty bright at all the schools.
Hates byu?Join the club.You'll love playing for a BCS
team, in a BCS league, against, BCS teams, and in BCS bowl games(as all
graduating classes of the past 8 years have done)The future of
football in Utah,is utah!
Funny how the cougar trolls are finding ways to rationalize the fact that
Palepoi isn't going to sign with Roscoe.
Great comment SLCWatch. Good summary of every chat about recruiting.
re: SLCWatch. Too funny! Your comment hit is spot on.
No matter who he chooses, some one will say he is a hidden four star recruit,
some one else will say he is overhyped and a lone voice will say he could have
chosen the better school for educations sake.