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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 10 2012 10:43 a.m. MDT

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Carson
Provo, UT

Byu will be spanked by both teams!

Jealous U
Alpine, UT

Carson

More lame predictions Chris B?

mountainflying
Logan, UT

Without Mannion, Oregon State is not even a top 25 team. If BYU can't beat them that would be sad.

2BCSWINS
West of I15, UT

@ Ducky....Scoreboard...LOL

@ Sammyg....You and alot of your fellow cougie fans are notorious excuse makers funny you would try to flip that. I could copy and paste in 100's of your comments making excuses for your team.

As to the article my answer to the ? would be Oregon St. is far from a top 10 team. Even with Mannion their not a top 10 team. Without him they will most likley end up in the 40-50 range come seasons end. So the cougies yes have a chance this week with them at home. Against the irish however they have slim to no chance winning that game ecspecially with the cougie fan's pre-season all american QB Riely playing.

sammyg
Springville, UT

2BCSWins

Really? '100's of (notorious) excuses'. Start looking and let me know when you find the mother load of my excuses.

Me really thinks this is just an outward expression of your frustration with your team and that you're disappointed for the second season in a row.

Go cheer up your team, they surely need it after 2 consecutive conference losses, and maybe 3 after Saturday afternoon.

Dr Rush
Saint George, UT

Yeah right, put Nelson back on the sideline with his cap on backwards running around like a fool and put a real QB in and maybe you might have a fighting chance.

2BCSWINS
West of I15, UT

Sammy...I could pull 10 just from an article after the U beat the cougies yet again last month! Then pull another 30 from articles after the 54 - 10 beat down last year. Just calling you out for calling the pot black is all.

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