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Published: Monday, Aug. 20 2012 11:00 p.m. MDT

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Christy B
Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah coach Kyle Whittingham said Wynn is good to go. The decision to rest his arm for a few days was precautionary and done to prevent chronic soreness in the future.

Nothing to look at here; move along.

Irvine, CA

Just 'Wynn' and all will be just fine!

Springville, UT

Ok, so the arm is ok, what about the shoulder, the other shoulder? With this bunch you have to ask the right question.

Knowing the history of both Jordan and his coaches, there's going to be some lingering doubts.

Time will tell and here's hoping that Jordan can finally make it through a season.

South Jordan, UT

Can the season start already?


Gee, that is great news. Now I can sleep at night.

Cottonwood Heights, UT

9 more days ... let's get this thing going!

hymn to the silent
Holladay, UT

Much ado about nothing

East Salt Lake City, Utah

Forget about the reassurance, lets make sure Wilson is ready to go. I hoping that Wilson sees playing time in the first 4 games regardless of Wynn.

Las Vegas, NV

Nice not to see any haters on here trolling for a reaction. If Wynn stays healthy, this will be a great year. This team does not have any business losing to anyone outside of USC. There a few/several other teams that could make things interesting, but I don't see any of them being favored over Utah. Good Luck Jordan! Go Utes!

Liberal Ted
Salt Lake City, UT

The last few seasons we were told his arm was just fine. Even when he could only do short passes, we were told that it was a brilliant plan and smarter football. I understand making completions, but, when you have a player wide open down the field with no one around him for 30 yards, you have to throw the ball in his direction.

We'll see when the game starts, whether his arm really is close to 100% or not. You can't hide it during a game.

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