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Published: Saturday, Sept. 7 2013 4:30 p.m. MDT

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Kearns, UT

So, if BYU loses this game, are the fans going to blame the weather again?

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Today, we are all Longhorns!

Hook em Texas

Scott Farcus
Beaver, UT

Deja Vu

Enid, OK

@ Cincinnatus - Kearns, UT - "So, if BYU loses this game, are the fans going to blame the weather again?"

Oh, I don't know.....are any Utah fans going to come on BYU message boards and act all snarky by saying that due to 2 straight bad weather delays that God must not really love BYU football?.....

Steven S Jarvis
Orem, UT

BYU fortunately is at home for this weather delay and probably doesn't have a flooded locker room. The Cougars had momentum last week when the game was stopped for 2+ hours. They came back and punted.

This game is going to be great. Go COUGARS!!!!

West Jordan, Utah

This time the weather situation benefits BYU. Rain and muck will take the speed advantage away from Texas and level the playing field.

West Jordan, Utah

If BYU does lose the game though, can we say magic doesn't happen and weather does happen on and off the field?

I should have gone to see James Taylor with the choir at the conference center (missed it last night). This weather thing is way bizarre with BYU these first two games.

Santa Monica, CA

No. I'll still blame Bronco, the quarterback and lack of offense.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

@ Cincinnatus


Logan, UT

Cincinnatus - The answer to your question is yes! When BYU loses it's always someone or something else's fault! They are very picked on.

Glendora, CA

We've been gypped again, by the weather. Once again, no ESPN coverage. On to the next game. :(

West Jordan, Utah

It's a good thing Oregon is not on BYU's schedule. They pounded Virginia 59-10 on the same field the Cougars played on last week. Well not the same field, but the same field minus the the storm the followed BYU back home this week in Provo.

Proud Ute


Kearns, UT

So, if BYU loses this game, are the fans going to blame the weather again?

If you read the coog posts from the Virginia game they were the only ones playing in the rain.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Excited to see athletes that go fast and hard, with Texas.

Did you see what Oregon did to Virginia? 59 to 10

Do we know why Bronco decided to have his players run slow last week?

It seemed running fast like Oregon did was the way to go. They showed that Virginia is a terribl team.

Against Texas, do we expect bronco to have his guys run slow again?

Or will they run fast this week?

Still slow, still soft
Salt Lake, UT

It will be interesting to see if Bronco has his guys run fast or slow this week.

Oregon is playing Virgnia(byu's opponent last week) and Oregon scored 21 points in the first quarter, which is more than byu scored all game.

I noticed that Oregon's players run fast.

I think that is the key to beating Virginia.

Bronco took the slow approach and it didnt work as well.

I also think Mack Brown will have Texas run fast.

Very fast.

It will be interesting to see if Bronco has his guys run slow again.

Another thing Oregon does is complete passes.

I noticed that also has helped.

Someone should tell Taysom.

Still slow, still soft
Salt Lake, UT

And its another cougar...


Still slow, still soft
Salt Lake, UT

Touchdown Texas!


I think it is hilarious that byu haters read byu articles and then leave negative comments. Why? Grow up. I dislike the utes, but I will never comment on one of their articles. I don't even read them....anyway, quite funny..........

Christofer B
Salt Lake, UT

I think the "overconfidence" is starting to build in Provo.

Texas was done 0-7 in 2nd quarter last week, and then started playing and won easily.

Same thing here...

Christofer B
Salt Lake, UT

speed KILLS,

and it just make a byu secondary look like a byu secondary


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