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Published: Thursday, Nov. 8 2012 3:51 p.m. MST

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AllDayEreDay
Syracuse , UT

Wow what a game! Congrats Cuse! I was surprised on how well the titans controlled the line of scrimage... Syracuse outplayed and out worked Bingham today and they came away with the W and first ever State title apperance! Take away 2 big plays and this game is a blow out, Syracuse has THEE BEST DEFENCE IN THE STATE... Proved it this afternoon! Lets also remember that not only was Brock Anderson (starting QB) but also 3 of syacuse's starting 4 DB's were also out with injury today (Koa Mo'o, Jake Garver, and Kavika Fonua) oh and all 3 of them also start offense! They will all be back for the title game luckily, were gonna need them! Tracy stepped up big as a soph, bright future for syracuse's program! Gutsy effort and win for CUSE!!! Good luck next week with Jordan, they will be the best team you've played by far! I'm a crazy titan... Titans 4 Life!!!

SJH BRONCOS
Over there, UT

Glad Syracuse won. It should be be a great defense against a great offense next week assuming Jordan continues to dominate lone peak.

LoveMySports
Syracuse, UT

Unbelievable! So proud of the Titans. I thought it would be next to impossible without star QB Brock Anderson. What guts and determination! You make us all proud, boys. One more baby!

Rockarolla
West Jordan, UT

What a game. Two great defenses. Syracuse was just a little bit better today. What was with the run call from bingham on a 3rd and a foot. That down and distance calls for a quarterback sneak. Instead of a first and 10 with a chance to win the game the Miners end up giving the ball back to the Titans after having to go for it on 4th down and coming up short. That was a bad call by the offensive coordinator.

HHS fan
St. George, UT

Where's Binghamalum at?

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