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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 19 2012 9:59 p.m. MDT

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Lifelong Ute
Salt Lake City, UT

We were picked second and with the Trojan loss and with USC still having to play oregon USC will likely end with three losses in conference. The south is ours!

sammyg
Springville, UT

Lifelong Ute with a lifelong dream for a PAC division title...

Uh, sorry, the tea leaves point to a lot of losses, more than USC.

Carson
Provo, UT

I think Falslev and the boys need to worry about the tea leaves a lot more than the Utes do.

EdGrady
Idaho Falls, ID

Sorry utes, but you're not Stanford, but don't let that ruin your fantasy.

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

@Ed, and byu isn't Utah State, what's your point?

uteowl
Sunnyvale, CA

"...the senior did say 'Oh yeah, for sure,' when asked if he would be on the field Saturday." Well, he was "on the field" for BYU too, he just didn't suit up or play. A follow up question might have been good here.

The D looks to be stronger with the return of Blechen and Rowe. IF JWIV suits up and plays the Offense will be much stronger (duh). Our O line also has a size advantage over ASU, let's hope that offsets some of the experience factor to open holes for our run game and allow Hays time to get plays off.

johanBjorn
Salt lake city, UT

Hey sammyg,

How'd that game turn out last night?

Worry about your own team, little brother. The Utes can handle their own business, and one less Y-ner critic is always a good thing.

Duckhunter
Highland, UT

@lifelongute

Bwaaaahaaaahaaaaahaaaaaa..........

utahcountyute
Cedar Hills, UT

I don't know what ducky and sammy are loling about. I don't see being .500 with the reality of being 2-5 that funny.

oh well

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