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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 2 2012 4:00 p.m. MDT

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Mildred in Fillmore
Salt Lake City, UT

Once they get used to their new positions, they will be one of the best O-lines in the country.

Rock Springs, WY

No mention on how a more talanted QB and fewer turnovers helped

Frisco, TX

USU will be a better yardstick to determine whether the changes have had a positive impact. Hawaii wasn't the best barometer.

Salt Lake City, UT

"There wasn't a culture of excellence."

Oh my goodness, I'm tired of Bronco-speak.

Play football.

Doman, call plays. Better still, call a decent game that is remotely related to the talent BYU has. I'm not talking about Riley's talent, I mean everyone ELSE'S.

I feel sorry for receivers who signed up to play in a passing offense, (BYU is ranked 77th in the nation), and for those who bought into Bronco's misplaced belief in Doman.

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