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Published: Tuesday, Nov. 13 2012 9:00 a.m. MST

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Salt Lake City, UT

Secondary didn't miss a beat against Idaho.


Riverton Cougar
Riverton, UT


At least we beat the 2-10 teams we play.

Salt Lake City, UT

..and we beat the independant over hyped team that we played.

3 years in a row.

Down under
Pullman, WA

One win over BYU does not a season make...
It may be true that you have BYU's number but the rest of the country has yours. Enjoy watching the Utes in their bowl game; oh wait they won't be bowling this year. Let's just skip to basketball, oh wait, not much hope there either. It stinks to be the Utes.

Gilbert, AZ

Since beating the Cougars is the highlight of Utah's season every year, what will they do in 2014-15 when they again have a losing record in the Pac10 and lose twice to Michigan? There just won't be anything left to cheer about?

Springville, UT

What is it about pathetics trolls. The story is about a young man that has overcome a very difficult situation and had a chance to shine. He did a good job and had a chance to get some playing time in preparation for a high scoring team. Trolls: 0 Bills 52-13. We're cheering for you Craig. Thanks for being an example of persistence and guts. Go Gougs Go Craig.

Mesa, AZ

Our secondary is our weak spot as shown at Oregon St. Whenever we can't penetrate on the line, we're dead. Thank goodness we have an excellent front line.
The only thing I saw was Bills completely misreading the angle on an open field tackle that resulted in a touchdown reception. Keeping Idaho from the end zone would have been excellent since we may be able to keep the rest of the teams on our schedule out as well. That would have made something like 7 teams not able to reach the end zone this year. Unheard of.
The interceptions don't mean much since it was Idaho. We are exposed.

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