The only conclusion that I can come with the poor passing performance of Riley
is that he must still be hurt and I hope he's not putting his personal ego
ahead of the team.
Nelson, Hill and Heaps all with similar results. Doman is the common
denominator. As long as he is there they will have the same results and
QB's getting injured--it's the Crowton way. BYU needs Detmer, but not
sure Mendenhall wants Detmer in the wings. It would help the organization as
the head coach would say.
There haven't been many big wins, but it seems to me that Oklahoma and Ole
Miss are "big" programs. That said, I too am sick and tired of
"mistakes" being forsworn time and again and then repeated at the
nearest opportunity. I would venture that should such play be executed on the
Utah, Boise State, Oregon State or Notre Dame teams, the guilty parties would
have been placed in front row seats. BYU has other talent present, but it's
lack of use is costly, both in game results and in the recruiting of
exceptional talent that sees this myopic system at work. Do-ers want to make a
difference, and if it appears that their chances of being taught and played are
better elsewhere, BYU does not make sense, LDS athlete or not. At status quo, I
fear for the future of our football program.
Would have be nice if Riley could throw the ball farther than 10 yards.
Wondering if Lark will ever get a chance?
This game was so winnable. I wonder how Lark would have done on that wide open
pass to Hoffman I wonder where BYU would be if Riley had stayed at usu.
it's time to let Lark play! Oh and Riley, no more talking to the press
until you win a big one. Oh that's right, there are no more big ones this
Ernest "the best team didn't win" ....That's BYU's excuse
nearly every time they lose. BYU lost to a better team. Deal with it! BYU's
just extra lucky Golson didn't play.
The best team didnt win.
I'm so tired of Riley's comments. Graduate already!