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Published: Wednesday, Aug. 29 2012 8:25 p.m. MDT

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CT98
Saint George, UT

Ahhh, the Season is Finally Here! August is the longest month of the year for me. Just 7 more hours.

I truly believe that Chris B. is the most avid BYU article reader on Des News. Does that guy work? Anyway, his predictions seem logical so I gotta give him that but I do hope he is wrong.

phantomblade
Salt Lake City, Utah

sls

Fortunately for BYU fans, it's not an either/or decision. Channel flipping, DVR, or watching the replays on BYUtv or ESPN are all available options for watching the BYU game AND Mitt Romney.

Who am I sir?
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Phoenix

Never did I have a doubt that in one year the Washington State Cougars would become a headliner opponent of BYU this year. It is true WSU has been in the lower standings in the PAC-12; however, no rational football fan would claim they were comparable to Idaho, Idaho State, etc.!

You're right about the excitement level of tonights game. But asw you idicated it is because of Coach Leach's return to college football.

Hope it is a great game - and win cougars.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Chris B.. I have made a though study of your BYU football game predictions and have found that your predictions have been wrong 83.3333% of the time in 5 of the last 6 years combined and the one year you were wrong 75.3% of the time! Come on pal, those numbers don’t say much for your knowledge of the game does it?

LonestarRunner
Salt Lake City, UT

In other news:

"Jabari Parker (Chicago/Simeon), the top-ranked senior in the nation, was on BYU's campus Thursday meeting with head coach Dave Rose, ESPN has learned.

The 6-foot-8 Parker is a practicing Mormon who has been considering the Cougars along with DePaul, Duke, Florida, Georgetown, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan State, North Carolina and Stanford."

Swoop
Salt Lake City, UT

Who am I sir?

"Never did I have a doubt that in one year the Washington State Cougars would become a headliner opponent of BYU this year."

It's doubtful that the Utah-WSU will even be a blip on the national radar, especially since the game will probably be banished to the PAC Net, which, as we all know, pretty much kills any chance of the game receiving national exposure.

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