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Published: Wednesday, June 13 2012 10:33 a.m. MDT

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utahcountyute
Cedar Hills, UT

Needless to say, the more practice time the better:)

I hope this team can come together quickly and stay away from injuries.

Keep working and keep your heads up Utes.

Duckhunter
Highland, UT

Ultimately it won't make much difference, they will still be really bad next season.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

@ duckhunter

As usual, I disagree. Utah is still a few years away from a tournament appearance, but the size the Utes return and the addition of Dead, Dodds, and Loveridge a 15-18 win season is not out of the question. That is still not up to Utah basketball standards but I expect to see a much better product on the floor this winter.

Magna Ute Fan
Magna, UT

This team is headed in the right direction. They are improving at a nice rate. I am really excited to watch them grow as a team this year.

CougFaninTX
Frisco, TX

I hope Ute fans don't have their expectations too high. The talent is better than last year, but they are not superstars and they are young. It's rare when a team makes a real impact in their first year together. Be patient, the program is heading in the right direction. A 10 win season would be something to celebrate, with the hope of a 15 win season next year.

UCLA and Arizona have recruited top talent. PAC will be improved from last year, but not deserving of Conference of Champions.

PAC and WCC will likely send three teams to dance.

Duckhunter
Highland, UT

@Two For Flinching

OK, but they were so bad last season that can actually be quite a bit better and still be really bad. They'll still be really bad.

Kosta Fesenko
Chicken McNuggetville, UT

Excited for the trip! best of luck guys, and lets get this thing back on track!

Louisiana Cougar
Pineville, LA

Good luck to the Utes. May the team gel and be healthy!

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