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Published: Thursday, Sept. 20 2012 1:06 p.m. MDT

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Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Now that your season is over(since you're not an AQ BCS team and since won't be playing in the Rose Bowl like big brother) wouldnt reason suggest to prepare for next year by not playing any senior the rest of the season?

Or is a BCS bowl not the goal?

ahmyers
San Leandro, CA

While the tone is probably snarkier than necessary, I do agree with Chris B's sentiment, BYU really needs to get serious about getting in a conference again, their current contract/schedule situation pretty much means that if you're 11-1 or 6-6 you're going to the Poinsettia Bowl, so after one loss the drama is kind of sucked out of BYU's season.

Utah is not going to be a dominant team this year (But they are getting better) but every game counts in a conference season and there are multiple post season scenarios available to them based on what happens every game... which is kind of what makes college football fun...

worf
Mcallen, TX

Last week the cougs were favored over the utes, and the predictions didn't happen. The cougs were one inch from tying the game and a hundred yards better on offense.

This week, the under dog wins again.

RespectTheBlue
Caldwell, ID

"...and how effective it will be in pressuring Moore is certainly a big question mark heading into tonight’s game."

Moore wont be much of an impact tonight :-) but It does give testament to his overall impact with Boise State Football.

SOCCERCOACH
Oakley, UT

Lets be honest - BYU has just as good a chance to go to a BCS bowl as Utah does...zero. I am a huge cougar fan and I just want to see one thing tonight. PLEASE Doman - throw the ball down the field. Utah had both of their starting safeties out. They knew we were going long on 4th and 12 and we still completed the pass. Please throw the ball further then 10 yards more than twice..PLEASE!

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