Today is just different! For 10 straight years I took helium balloons, Danbury
Cross "U" and "Y" doughnuts, and Rocky Mountain "Cougar"
Oysters (hard to find- easy to get when found) tailgating to both home and away
games, This year I didn't think of any of these. (I did remember the one
time I was invited to go to a BYU vs. USU game. For tailgating we ate PB&J
sandwiches in the van on the way to the game.) And as I was loading my car
today for tailgating I wondered what time BYU's game was on. Thinking I
could maybe watch some of it before I left. Then I remembered - BYU was who we
were playing! Yes, I will remember fondly the great rivalry games
we had in the past. I will probably miss them until Oct. 4th when USC comes to
RES!!! This will far surpass any regular season game in Utah history!P.S. Our tailgating menu is Dutch Ovens galore - NO PB&J samdwiches!.
RBNReally, bro? Comparable in different roles, yes by all means.
Either one "not holding a candle" to the other?No.
@Brandon"...one of the best defensive fronts in the country, led by
its two dominant defensive tackles"It's indisputable that
Star is a dominant defensive tackle. That goes without saying, but I don't
recall seeing a game where Dave Kruger was dominant. He's serviceable but
when you think about it, he's only serviceable and thats with Star getting
double and triple teamed all game long. That means nobody is really paying him
any attention and he's still only able to average less than 2 tackles a
game and last year only had 1.5 TFL. I don't see where the dominant comes
in. With Star commanding as much attention as he does, Kruger should be wreaking
havoc all over the place.He's kind of a ghost out there, nobody
notices him. Does he play hard? Hard to say, you can't tell by his stats.
CodyCougar,Did you just write a comment without acknowledging that
KVN can't hold a candle to the best athlete and player on the field, Star
Did you just write the longest article of the year on BYU Football without even
acknowledging the best athlete and player on the field . . . KVN?How
can we believe anything you say?