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Published: Thursday, Nov. 8 2012 7:58 p.m. MST

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jdub1942
PROVO, UT

ASJ is a fantastic player, Utah wont completely shut him down, but hopefully the Utes can take away some big plays from the guy and win the matchup

Qwest Perfected
Salt Lake City, UT

I hope the Utes can slow this kid down. He has proven to be a game changer for the Huskies this year. The Utes have faced quite a few top level athletes in this league - it's amazing to me the level of talent that some of these guys have. They play at such a higher level than everyone else out on the field.

Like I said, hopefully they can slow him down a bit. They are also going to really need to get pressure on the quarterback hopefully turn some of that into turnovers.

Can't wait to watch the Utes play again this week.

Go Utes!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

He'll get owned.

I don't see a loss the rest of the season. Give White the ball and we don't lose. Period.

Utah 34
Washington 21

8-5

Mark it Down. It can still be a good season. With UCLA still yet to play USC and with USC already having 3 losses, things could get interesting.

It happened last year when everyone counted us out.....

ATiredDude
Sandy, UT

Chris B --

Seriously? "Owned"? I'm convinced you haven't learned to shave yet.

This guy is going to be seriously difficult for the Utes to defend... he'll get his yards... I just hope we do enough to win the game.

D4inSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Chris B - I love your enthusiasm, but you gotta stay off the sauce this early in the day! Btw, I've "marked it down" and hope you are correct.

PAC12Fan
South Jordan, UT

Basically we have win all three in order to assure we go to a bowl. 6-6 may not get it done.

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

I hope I can find the game on my channel offerings. Pretty sure BYU Idaho won't require my undivided attention...

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