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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 5 2012 5:14 p.m. MDT

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runnerguy50
Virginia Beach, Va

While traveling through Utah last summer stooped in Logan,what a beautiful place. I can see players liking it there.

79Ute
Orange County, CA

"...traveling through Utah last summer..." being the operative phrase. Visit in January and you'll really appreciate the kids who accept scholarships there!

Mike Johnson
Stafford, VA

With friends like Gary Andersen, who needs enemies?

I have a lot of respect for what Gary Andersen has done in Logan. For the first time in decades, USU can compete with Utah and BYU. There are three teams competing to be the top dog in Utah. Utah will need our A game in Logan tomorrow.

IdaUte
GARDEN CITY, ID

Well now that you are all finished rubbing each other’s tummies, can we get down to football! Star and the Brothers K are doing to step up and crush the Aggie run game. Grind their bones to make our bread!!!

GO UTES!!!!

Papa Smurf UTE
Herriman, UT

Anderson is a class act. When and if Kyle retires or leaves his current position as the UTE head caoch, hopefully we can take Mr. Gary Anderson away from where ever he is at. Just think of what he has done at Utah St. That is not easy. Just think of what he could do at Utah. I even think that he would do a much better job in Provo than Bronco has. While Bronco has these 10 win seasons, against the weak of college football, I think that once Gary got things up and running down there, he would actually win the big game. Something that Bronco has only done once against OU, and that turned out to not be as nig as everyone thought. Heres to a UTE victory on Friday night.

Chewbacca
Magna, UT

Somthing tells me that Gary Anderson and his fairly new Utah State tatoo won't be going to Provo. I would like to see Kalani Sitake as Utah's heir apparent if he is here that long, or if we could bring him back.

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