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Published: Monday, Aug. 13 2012 12:17 p.m. MDT

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royalblue
Alpine, UT

Another outstanding brother combo for BYU - looking forward to the Mathews brothers having an outstanding season for BYU.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

loaded at tight end, linebacker, receivers, and certainly QB. Or at least we've been told byu is loaded in all these positions. Surely this means another run at a national championship right byu fans?

Or at least until you go 1-3 against, boise, utah, notre dame and georgia tech(and you should be thankful for that 1 win IF you get it

Utah 32
byu 10
riley 4 turnovers

Mark it down

Snack PAC
Olympus Cove, Utah

The countdown has begun and in just a little over a month and we'll can celebrate not having to read Chris B's drivel for the next year, or at least so he has promised.

ShmittyWitty
Maple Valley, WA

Hey Cris B, shouldn't you be pumping gas right now?

CT98
Saint George, UT

We desperately need Marcus to play big at Tight End. Very frustrating that the Tight Ends struggled with so many injuries last year. Can't wait to watch Mitch at receiver. Can Aug 30 get here any faster?!?

Jenny83
OGDEN, UT

This kid looks like a nut in his picture. How about smiling?

gchris
rock springs, wy

@Jenny 83 This "kid" is a football player, not a fashion model.

Ted H.
Midvale, UT

Jenny, where was your wisdom when the ute receivers were photographed for the latest ute article on desnews? Or was that picture just a collection of their latest mugshots?

Jenny83
OGDEN, UT

It's all in good humor..Football is a rough sport and most of the players will look tough in many of their pictures or in this case just really dumb. lol

kaspercasey
gilbert, AZ

I think both brothers are going to end up being great players for BYU. Good luck guys, beat the other cougars in a few weeks and then the Utes.

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