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Published: Friday, Nov. 16 2012 7:05 p.m. MST

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Lindon, UT

Mr Gurnew, BYU's opponent tomorrow is San Jose State not Georgia Tech.

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

Lindon, UT


Frisco, TX

San Jose is a better team than GT this year. A BYU BB followed immediately by a BYU FB game - love nights like this. Go Cougs!

pocatello, ID

BYU is 6-9 all time against San Jose St. The Spartans own the Cougars!

Bountiful, utah

Wish KSL would publish local TV availability for these games in the articles.

Mesa, AZ

Live broadcast only to paid cable and satellite customers. Over-the-air free delayed broadcast begins at 1230am MST tonight after midnight on the BYUTV Channel 11.2 on digital televisions.

Fresno, CA

We drove from Fresno yesterday and went to the fireside. What a wonderful experience. Then we came back to our hotel to discover that we are staying right next to the San Jose St. players.

We've got our rain ponchos and are looking forward to seeing my Cougars play tonight. Go Cougars!

Provo, UT

I don't have a good feeling about this game for BYU

Springville, UT

A bit of trivia... BYU has never lost a game played on November 17th...12-0 and a tie with Utah..

Teddy Bear
Las Vegas, NV

Wasn't this game originally scheduled to be on ESPN U, and Utah on ESPN2? Now they've been switched.

blue & white
Boise, ID

Riley Nelson is a terrible QB. what are the coaches thinking. put Nelson back on special teams and let Lark finish the season. what do you have to loose! the only teams Nelson can beat are teams with loosing records. Nelson has lowered the QB standard at BYU. Well the only consolation is we are playing someone with grit. The grit is loosing.

west jordan, utah

A bit of trivia, Byu is 0-1 on Nov.17,2012

South Jordan, UT

After watching the game, are we sure the players were really anxious to actually play, or did they want another bye?

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