@EsquireYou're absolutely right, teams like Northern Colorado
WILL be what keeps BYU off of Utah's future schedules ... but that is a
direct result of how difficult the other 11 games will be.BYU is in
the complete opposite situation whereas they're trying to build a more
competitive schedule so I certainly understand where the angst comes from among
coug fans. That being said, don't pretend Utah is just running away from
good competition, this is about being smart and looking at the overall picture
and what top competitors around the country are doing and getting rewarded for.
I wonder if schools like Northern Colorado will be what keeps BYU off of
Utah's schedule over the long haul.
Duckhunter and sammyg ...Will you please shed some light on
what's happening here? You had me believing I'd get to see my Utes on
KJZZ or the Pac 12 regional channel all year long.All these Pac 12
national, ESPN and ESPN2 games are preposterous!
It's so nice to have so many games televised. Back in the day you would be
lucky to get 2-3 games a season on TV. On Saturday ABC would televise one, maybe
two games. It's getting to where almost every Utah (and BYU) games are
televised. Not to mention great Thursday and Friday night matchups. I love it!
With Pac 12 affiliation, great home schedule through November, teriific bowl
tie-ins, and 18 starters returning, it is a great time to be a UTE!
Can't wait! Go Utes!!