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Published: Friday, March 2 2012 6:50 p.m. MST

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CO Ute
PARKER, CO

With Foster and Washburn returning plus the two additions mentioned here, the Utes will have 4 players 6-10 or taller - front court size was an issue this year (to be fair, it was one of many issues this year). There will be adding some interesting wing players, especially Loveridge and some help at both guard positions. Not going to win the conference next year but won't lose 20 games either. Team should be competitive and win around 15 games if they come together as a unit.

Qwest Perfected
Salt Lake City, UT

Well said Bill.

I'm also not sure how many wins they will get next year, but I am confident they will be much improved. I'm excited to see a few of those players mentioned play for the Utes. Loveridge will be fun to follow.

This coaching staff has done a good job this year with what talent they have had. I hate to see some of these current guys move on or asked to leave in order to make room for better talent just because I think the team tried so hard this year but it is what it is. I just hope next years team can have the same heart as this years team - that can take them a long way towards improvement.

Its a great time to be a Ute!

Big Daddy Utah
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

I hope the teams in the PAC 12 are laughing about how bad the Utes were this season, two years from now they won't be. I hope coach K remembers some of the butt kickings he took and who administered them.

We will never be able to beat Oregon and Colorado by enough points to make me smile.

Great job coaches and go UTES!!!!!

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