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Published: Thursday, Sept. 20 2012 10:10 p.m. MDT

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H8 Red
Centerville, UT

We could'fe maybe used Heaps tonight. All Neilson.'s heart doesn't get you far with NO SKILL.

Mighty Mouse
Salt Lake City, Utah

TRAINWRECK! Perhaps the best defense since the national championship year but an offense in complete chaos. Terrific talent on offense, Alisa, Williams, Friel, Apo, Hoffman, Matthews, etc. that could destroy defenses if they were just given a chance to get the ball but offensive line that never looks like it has a clue what it is doing. College football is supposed to be entertaining but when the Y's offense is on the field I just want to cover my eyes.

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

All right, lay off Riley already. Writing is on the wall, don't kick him on the way out.

Feels like deja vu all over again. Except Taysom is a two years older freshman. I think he can handle it.

Tell you what, shows the idiots who were predicting 79 to nuthin'. But a heartbreaking, could-have-been loss is still a loss.

Guess in hindsight, Bronco should have played for over-time.

LeftTurnClyde
South Ogden, 00

"in hind sight"... are you kidding me??? Of the millions of people watching BYU's defense completely dominate BSU all night long, Bronco is the ONLY ONE who thought that going for 2 was a good idea. In that situation, you go for the tie 10 out of 10 times.

Terrible coaching all night long. At the very least, Nelson should have been pulled at half time. The last two games were not a fluke - Riley does not have the talent to compete against the better teams. Everyone bought into the hype after he lucked out a win against USU last year. His play against better teams (Utah, BSU, TCU) has been pathetic.

And speaking of pathetic... how about the job Doman is doing?

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