54-10I just love the opportunity to expose a Ute season finale,
again and again, probably more so than you do reminding BYU fans of a fluke loss
to Utah.17-14The stinging end of a fanbase's hopes
and dreams to be a South Division Champ (on a ho-hum w/l record), a shot at a
PAC 10.2 championship, a parade in Pasadena, the Rose Bowl, a national
ranking... zip, nada, nothing.And Colorado, a team that hadn't
won a road game in 4 years, took it ALL away, including the side trip to
Disneyland for the kids.And 54-10... like it never happened... AP
#26, Coach's Poll #25 LOL
CougFaninTXFrisco, TXI was not as interested in the nutritionist
itself as the fact that Mathews could be at 245 pounds by September. It's
not often we can convert a WR to TE. He had the best hands of all the TEs last
year, but couldn't be used as an every down TE because of his size. I think
2012 will be the year we see one or two of our young but talented TEs have a
break out season.Certainly hope so TE is one position thats been
sorely lacking in production since Pitta and George graduated. TE has been a
very important element to the success of BYUs offense since the Lavall Edwards
Did you say MIGHTY utes? ---- Is that the same team that lost to the LOWLY
colorado buffaloes ??
A nutritionist can't hurt.But what BYU needs...a mental
toughness coach, i.e. someone who can coach them not to give up even after
falling behind 54-10like they did last fall against the mighty Utes.
Just come out and say it Gurney! The Cougars are slow and not as athletic as
some of the teams they play.
Really? This kind of thing has been known and practiced by BYU for years. This
is not a team or program known for its strength or discipline...or will to win.
I think the key is more in the heart/brain than in the gut (or T-shirt slogan).
I've heard BYU is going to be using some no-huddle offense this season.
Anybody know if this is true?
As a BYU fan I am glad to hear this, my only question is why wasn't this
done sooner? Teams have been doing this for year and frankly I think the Utes
have been in better shape the last few years which has shown on the field. This
is not breaking-science. With the size of BYU and the many different
disciplines it offers, you are telling me they couldn't have gotten a
professor to help them with this years ago????
UU32:I don't believe this article was written last year. Last
year, it was Bronco's diet that was drawn attention. If I recall
correctly, it was a riveting story featuring Bronco's no-pudding dietary
I was not as interested in the nutritionist itself as the fact that Mathews
could be at 245 pounds by September. It's not often we can convert a WR to
TE. He had the best hands of all the TEs last year, but couldn't be used
as an every down TE because of his size. I think 2012 will be the year we see
one or two of our young but talented TEs have a break out season.
Wasn't this article written last year? The whole position specific diet
thing . . . Oh well - summer time.
Jenny, thank you so much for your intelligent and insightful comment. As
usuual, you add depth and meaning to the discuss with your wisdom.
I see someone is missing article pictures again.The science of
athletic advantage is continuing to evolve. Dialing in nutrition for optimum
performance and having a 'go to' person makes great sense for the
serious athlete.And for our Ute fans and players that are hungry for
BYU news...Free Double Whoppers and Betos Burritos everyday in Salt
Lake thru September.
What a dumb article...
Why doesn't the team higher a Dietician instead of a Nutritionist? Anyone can take a basic nutrition class to be a nutritionist but you
have to have a degree and license to be a dietician.