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Published: Friday, June 8 2012 5:00 p.m. MDT

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Highland, UT

If that legislation passes utah can say goodbye to any opportunity to get any decent california recruit.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

@ DH

I disagree. There are a ton of "decent" California recruits every year (high school and JC) who are not offered a spot or are overlooked by one of the big four Cal schools and will look elsewhere to play. Also you are acting like these athletes will be receiving direct monetary benefits. Call me crazy but I just don't think that lower health insurance premiums, and financial and life skills workshops are high priorities to kids who are 17-20 years old.

Cottonwood Heights, UT

Interesting link to the Pac-12 Network news. It looks like P12N will be available EVERYWHERE there is WiFi, 3G or 4G.

Which makes it somewhat ironic that blue "fan" ducky is the first to offer a "comment" on this Red Roundup, given his "promise" to stay off Utah-only articles when P12N achieves nationwide distribution.

Bye-bye, ducky!


Highland, UT

Watching it on your computer isn't part of the deal johntheliarinslc. I see you want to pretend you have something to do with the terms.


p.s. nor will the self projected 40 million homes the pac12 networ says it will reach. That is woefully short of the 75% coverage needed. Get on your knees. LOL!

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