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Published: Friday, Aug. 24 2012 1:00 p.m. MDT

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Ragnar Danneskjold
Bountiful, UT

I hope the FB's are getting good at picking up the blitz, and working on their blocking. We will probably see BJ implement a lot of TE sets so that they can chip the DE or help block while the O line works out the kinks. Hopefully everything will work out for the line. If so, it could be a much better season for Johnson's new scheme.

East Salt Lake City, Utah

"But it's going to take every one of these practices and probably a couple of weeks into the season to get these guys completely comfortable with each other." --KW

Thankfully PAC-12 games don't begin until Week 4. The first game will be a scrimmage. The next game at Utah State I think will be the toughest non-conference game. Followed by another scrimmage. So we should be ready by the game at ASU in week 4.

Mesa, AZ

Thank goodness we open up w/2 cupcakes and a decent but inferior USU team....GO UTES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Irvine, CA


actually, we open with 3 cupcakes...then thing get seriously in a hurry with ASU and USC

Lehi, UT

Don't under estimate Gary Andersen and USU. He has put together a winning program. They learned how to win last year. This years BYU team has a chance to be the best group Bronco has put on the field.


According to Rivals -- The Utes have their best recruiting class ever this year at #28 in the nation. BYU is listed at #61 - I wouldn't count on BYU doing much of anything this year.

Highland, UT


It appears that like the majority of utah "fans" you don't know what you are talking about. Let me help you out.

Upperclassmen are what wins games, not newly signed recruits that have never played a bit of college football.

Glad I could help.


Springville, UT


And pray tell what do current best recruiting classes do for you today? Nothing.

After BYU adds the returning missionaries and transfers to the roster this stupid chestbeating ritual means very little.

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