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Published: Saturday, Aug. 31 2013 1:00 p.m. MDT

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Vladhagen
Salt Lake City, UT

Why is BYU in all white? They always play poorly in white it seems. Now with Hoffman out, that could be even more pronounced......Let's hope not.

If I had been Bronco, I would have placed Cody out there just as a decoy and not told Virginia he was even hurt. Oh Well.

Let's Go Cougars.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Go Virginia!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Maybe I don't understand fast and hard?

GoodGuyGary
Houston, TX

I suspect our friend here don't even know where Virginia is, and she is cheering for them.

GoodGuyGary
Houston, TX

Fast and hard, as your team lead tell you how to flip the burger when there is a long drive through line!

StGtoSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

3 and out fast, 3 and out hard? Hill is athletic, but doesn't look like the QB we've been told he is, and DEFINITELY not "tied" with Charles E. Keeton, as one prognosticated.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Byu makes Virginia look like a very good opponent

AZUTE1
Mesa, AZ

This byu O looks dangerous, almost as dangerous as their D looks. Makes all of the blow-out predictions made by the byu fanbase look weak, by comparison. I see absolutely no reason byu doesn't win this game by at least 100 points, assuming King KVN doesn't continue missing tackles. LOL

UVA continues to stop themselves. Next week is going to be an absolute bloodbath in utah county.

StGtoSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

At least the lightning will give these poor fans something interesting to watch this afternoon.

Eddie
Syracuse, UT

Wow, a lot of Utes out there with nothing to do today. For some people who have no interest in BYU and have left them for the mighty PAC whatever, they sure follow us closely! It seems that after one win, they have there hopes up that they are going to play in the Rose bowl for the NC, when we all know that will never happen.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Can someone with spirit and honor tell me what go fast and hard means?

StGtoSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

"How is getting struck by lightning any different then getting struck by Kyle Van Noy."

Lightning won't whiff when it comes at you.

ekute
Layton, UT

Where are all of the byu "fans" that we're shooting off during the Utah game?...Still hiding? lol.

Henry Drummond
San Jose, CA

@Chris B
I don't have a lot of spirit or honor but "go fast go hard" means go without a huddle, hurry up the play, catch the defense off guard, score quick, and then have the touchdown called back because you make a lot of penalties when you "go fast go hard."

Eddie
Syracuse, UT

Ekute, unlike ewe, they have a life.

Atrix
Vancouver, WA

@Chris B:

You will see what go fast and go hard means when your Utes fall tired in the 4th quarter and BYU goes up by 3 touchdowns. Patience young one...your eyes will be opened.

Mike in Cedar City
Cedar City, Utah

If the first quarter offense is any example, we are all in for a long hard season.Go hard is a joke so far.

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

I will not try to explain "go fast and go hard". The concept is way above the pay grade of anyone who would ask the question. It becomes very confusing and tends to scramble one's brain. Better to just leave it alone.

I would rather talk about the lopsided win by utah over their mid-major opponent. You know, the one they almost lost to. Somehow, they got lucky on the trick play that happened to work out in their favor. Every now and again even a blind hog finds an acorn - as the saying goes.

reasonableUTE
Provo, UT

jeez... I don't know what is more boring, BYU's offense or staring at an empty stadium.

Hey Baby
Franklin, IN

I've got hogs but have never fed them acorns? I've fed them Twinkies to fatten them up prior to our fair! Squirrels eat acorns!

Wish the game would come back.....I'm at the NHRA Championship and its also a rain delay...

Game sounds sloppy...go Cav's

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