I have very little faith in the Cougars winning this game. The BYU coaching
staff just hasn't got what it takes to play and beat the best teams in the
country. The offense stinks, BYU has a coaching staff that runs
their QB at the end of a game when he should have taken a knee and now he's
lost for who knows how long, we have a head coach that goes for two in a game
when just one point would have likely lead to a win, an offensive coordinator
that can't do the job, and kicker that can't hit a 12 yard PAT to say
nothing of hitting a critical field goal and a mistake prone special teams unit.
The only thing this team has going for it is their defense and even it's
suspect, not having really played any tough teams so far.So, BYU
will lose this game for all those reasons. But mostly they will lose because
they just plain stink.
Our Cougs "haven't defeated a top 10 team at home in 22 years."
With how badly our offense is spiraling, it's highly unlikely a win will
come today. Bar none, the Beavers are the toughest/strongest team they've
faced all year. And we're certainly not "improving" on offense
leading up to the game. I'll be rooting for my Cougs w/ my heard, but my
head says Beavs over our Cougs 17-9. With that being said, this game, win or
lose, will do nothing to improve or deminish the Cougs' Poinsettia Bowl
destination in San Diego.
Here's to hoping for the best for Nelson. Hopefully he can silence his
critics, mainly from his own BYU fan base.Good luck to you guys
today against OSU.
I have never heard of playing football with fractures in a back. I would like
to read the opinion of this from someone with a medical background.
Homecoming from what? This will be BYU's third home game in a row....Should've been against Hawaii.
BYU would be undefeated but for Nelson mistakes. Can he play error free...we