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Published: Sunday, Feb. 17 2013 3:45 p.m. MST

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Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Crowd is pumped to be here! Proud to be sitting among other Utes who will support our team 24/7/365!

Let's do this Utes! A top 10 win would be incredible!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Great way to end the half, pulling it to 8. I think we got this Utes - I want to hear the MUSS screaming and jumping all second half! Let's show our support.

Good job coach K and team - we're behind you!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Down by 2!

We got this! Top 10 win here we come My voice is almost gone. Lets finish this Utes!

South Jordan, UT

Sitting here at Mass, trying to listen to the game. All the singing, etc. makes it tough to hear. Just want to pull for Utes on!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Valiant effort! Proud to have been there on a fine Sunday cheering you guys on!

Salt Lake City, UT

Question: Do you like the in-game chats? If so, what prevented you from using it? Couldn't access the system? Not appealing? Email me if you have specific feedback...

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

" ....Utah 68
Arizona 64

Storming the court, mark it down!..."

Massive amounts of irony on this one. lol.

Springville, UT

Judging by the comments was Chris B the only one there? I had a callout and could not tune in.

Time to reset the 'two in a row' watch to another time. LOL

Salt Lake City, UT

Good game against a top 10 team, and a nice crowd for a Sunday. Interesting to see Coach Sloan at the game.

Syracuse, UT

I stormed the court, but it seems that I was the only one.

Gilbert, AZ

"Great way to end the half, pulling it to 8."

Yes, that was such an amazing comeback for the Utes, scoring 4 straight points to cut a 12 point deficit to only 8 at half time.

Chalk up another moral victory for the Utes.

Couldn't help but notice the hundreds of empty seats below concourse, though. I thought the Utes were supposed to be avid basketball fans.

Salt Lake City, UT

Tough loss.

FYI! There were a lot of fans who did not attend today but are huge, long time Utah fans. The slur against them by Chris B. is childish and veru disappointing.

A good crowd should usually relates to an advantage for the home team. Hopefully, there will be even bigger crowds for the final two home games in March.

Hate to see basketball end, but alas, baseball is around the corner.

Real Bass
Idaho Falls, ID

3-10 and in eleventh! Wow. That's real progress. You've moved out of 12th. Hope the conference doesn't expand. U would drop to 15. Thank goodness for wazzou!

Idaho Falls, ID

I see dirk didn't write this article. He must be taking Sunday off.

Salt Lake City, UT

Another moral victory, eh, Chris?

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

Good effort, just couldn't push it over the top down the stretch. Pretty good showing from the fans though, especially for a Sunday. The next three games are on the road so hopefully Utah is able to steal at least one of them.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Real bass,

Each "real conference" could expand to 20, and you still wouldn't see an invite

I love my bcs membership!

Logan, UT

Good effort from the Utes. They are definitely improved over last year. Now if they can just close out some of these close games.

anti BCS
Anaheim, CA

"Each "real conference" could expand to 20, and you still wouldn't see an invite"

LOL at your frantic and emotional hyperbole.

The truth is, there's absolutely no way you could possibly know how the conference landscape will change in the future.

One thing that is crystal clear, the Utes have the worst overall football and basketball programs in the PAC 10.2.

East Salt Lake City, Utah


Time to reset the 'two in a row' watch to another time. LOL


True, I guess it's back to "Jimmer watch" for you?

Good to see Utah not quit after being down 13. I hope this off-season Loveridge works on his shooting, he was again horrible tonight going 1 for 9.

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