Wishing the best for Weber State. Having a spouse and many family members who
are Alums I have the opportunity to attend and support a lot of their programs.
It was too bad John L bailed but they're headed in the right
direction. But having said that........Go Utes!
Here's hoping for a miracle!It's a payday game for Weber
State. They are going to be outsized on the lines and not have the depth
compared to BYU; it is FCS vs FBS. I am hoping that they can put some points on
the board and can compete and keep it respectable.They were able to
play the Sugar Bowl Champion Utes to a 37-21 game, but the Wildcats had more
talent back then. Just hoping they can stay healthy and that playing these two
tough games will get them ready for FCS play.Looks like Wyoming and
Colorado State won't schedule Weber State again as they almost lost those
games three games.BYU fans will probably notice the QB Hoke. He
played a lot of last season with an injured shoulder. He is a gutsy competitor.
What the Wildcats lack in size, they will make up with fight. These Wildcats
have claws! GO WILDCATS!
"Saturday’s crowd could be the largest a Wildcats football team has
ever played in front of in Weber State’s 50 years as a Division I
program."How can that be? Didn't the Wildcats play the
mighty Utes at RES just a couple of years ago?As a Weber State and
BYU alum, I'm looking forward to welcoming the Wildcats to LES on Saturday.
Regardless of the outcome, it's going to be a fun game to watch.