I understand your confusion. Irrelevant, mid-majorey teams Â such as the
Indy-WACers for example Â have little understanding of what makes one a
"first rate" program. So, without going into too much detail Â
since you probably wouldn't get it anyway Â it all starts with "not
being in the WAC", and includes "not playing in bush-league 600K bowl
games that donÂt even cover the costs of playing in it, and that nobody was
watching anyway Â either in the stadium, or on TV".I'll let
you think about that for a while, while you keep on pretending the Big 12 will
soon be rolling out the red carpet for you, and that your WAC-ish schedule is
just as competitive as your big brother's Pac-12 slate.
I don't get it! Two Thursday games and two Friday games? I thought those nights
were reserved for second and third rate teams. I thought a BCS school like Utah
was supposed to only be playing on Saturdays.
Every game on national TV! The PAC12 just keeps getting better and better!
Man, it's gonna be a long summer.
Ute football one day earlier than scheduled? Always a good thing. Hopefully Utah
State is as good or better than they were last year so that the first road game
of the season is actually a test for the Utes. It'll be fun to watch the Utes
play in their tune up game against Northern Colorado, but the Aggies look to be
a team that can actually challenge the U this year, especially in Logan. Go
2 Friday night games? Booooo! It should be a fun game. GO UTES!