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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 19 2012 8:27 a.m. MST

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LonestarRunner
Salt Lake City, UT

Great news!

James Lark deserves his moment in the sun. Good luck James.

Go Cougs!

CT98
Saint George, UT

Go Lark! I also hope we see Nelson for a couple plays because all of Cougar Nation respects him for his grit and competitiveness. I hope Lark lobs several bombs to Hoffman and Apo. Can't wait till Thursday!

CougFaninTX
Frisco, TX

Very excited for Lark and the Cougars. Truly hoping that Lark will carve up the SDSU secondary.

Whoa Nellie
American Fork, UT

May the force of the pass and the rush be with him and the Cougars.

Let 'er rip.

sammyg
Springville, UT

I'm hoping this is true for Lark.

Hoping that Riley gets a token snap to end it on high note for him personally or gets called in for a special play IF he's healthy enough.

Good luck Lark and go Cougars!

The Rock
Federal Way, WA

All good things come to those who wait. Lark just had to wait a little longer than most.
I can't wait to see what Lark can do against SDSU.

Coach Edwards always used to sat that at BYU the passing game made the running game possible. I liked that philosophy better.

Real Bass
Idaho Falls, ID

Someone take Nelson's helmet from him, please!

objectsinmirror
Tooele, UT

Awesome! Yes, Lark did light up a poor team in his previous start. But accuracy and decisions translate against even elite competition. Congratulations Mr. Lark. May you recieve all the positive Karma you have coming your way. For as "gritty" as the other guy is, James is even more gracious and talented.

bcandersen
Pleasant Grove, UT

Not necessarily a BYU fan, but the story of James Lark reminds me of Kevin Curtis. For those of you that do not know, he was a 3rd string receiver for Bingham High School. He walked on to USU, and became a very known and respected name in the NFL. There are times where a coach doesn't see the player for the talent they have. I do hope that Lark is able to deliver-he definitely has a BYU quarterback feel to him.

Henry Drummond
San Jose, CA

Light up the scoreboard James!

A Ute fan.

Wanda B. Rich
Provo, UT

I hope they both play and play well. But watch out for the 17-year-old running back. He's got a bright future.

IDC
Boise, ID

Tear it up Lark, and hope to see Riley get the ball a bit as well if he is healthy enough.

Still Blue after all these years
Kaysville, UT

In a fair world, the BYU coaches, given the team record over past 2 years would have given Lark a shot long before this. But the world is not fair as young James has learned. While I hope he plays well against SDS, I more hope that he has a great life after Thursday and is spectacularly successful.

cal cougar
camarillo, CA

Bronco is an emotional person that connects with players. Prefers players along same lines as his personality. Hence, the attachment to Nelson who plays with his heart. The next issue, he chooses coaches along same lines. Doman, from what I have heard is nervous. I love young, emotional defensive coaches. Take a look at USC with the Lane Kiffins father doing defense. It doesn't work. You need a lot of emotional energy with defense.

On the offensive side of the ball. Over doing emotional energy leads to playing nervous and tight. Close games are a problem for emotional offensive teams. Huge mistakes occur.
The offense needs the opposite of Bronco. More older, confident, seasoned coach. Offense needs thinking and confidence, not emotionality. I don't know James Lark, but his patience leads me to believe he is a quiet, thinking type player. Not a favorite of Bronco. But exactly what is needed for success on offense. Check out results in the upcoming bowl with Lark.

Playing tight is born of coaching tight on offense. Doman's schemes are good, demeanor bad. Anwer: Doman out for older, confident offense coach. Bronco should stay as head coach. Great recruiter, great leader.

Aloha Saint George
Saint George, Utah

Seeing Lark play was the first time against NMS, BYU looked like BYU of old the first time in a long time.

SO what happens if Lark's one hit wonder moment goes bad? Nonetheless, he deserves the chance. The best guy plays!!!

Cinci Man
FT MITCHELL, KY

Go Cougars! Make it a win!

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

We would be National Champs and undefeated if he started all year long.

ClarkeinAK
Anchorage, AK

I hope he does well and ends his once-promising career on a high note. The better he does will make Bronco look like a fool for not starting him over his boy Nelson...so I'm REALLY pulling for him so BYU brass will go get Andy Reid, who knows a thing or two about offense. Bronco can stay on as a well-paid D coordinator if he wants, but he and Doman have no business running an offense.

plyxply
SLC, UT

I'd love to see Riley get a shot to redeem himself, he's at least earned that right after all of his hard work and dedication to the program. Besides BYU deserves Riley, they broke rules to get him there, provoked a new NCAA rule banning BYU from recruiting missionaries even, so to let him vanquish on the bench in his last game is truly unfair after all he's contributed to the program and to football in general.

54-10
Salt Lake City, UT

Good luck to James. He has waited a long time for his shot and I hope he does well.

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