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Published: Saturday, Nov. 24 2012 9:08 p.m. MST

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Spokane Ute
Spokane, WA

Great spin job Snack Pack as always. It's not easy to spin losing 8 out of 11 but you did a GREAT job. Sorry, but wins over Oregegon State, UCLA, Arizona and Georgia Tech far out weigh beating BYU, again, and again, and again....

btw when's the last time BYU beat a BCS team with a winning record?

People in glass houses.............

Uteanymous
Salt Lake City, Utah

Spokane Ute

"Sorry, but wins over Oregon State, UCLA, Arizona and Georgia Tech"

Been there, done that, but it's obvious that Utah fans really only care about beating BYU, because, besides beating Alabama in the Sugar Bowl four years ago, beating BYU is the only thing Utah fans talk about, ad nauseum.

"when's the last time BYU beat a BCS team with a winning record"

Depends on whether Georgia Tech (6-6) wins their last two games - BYU beat the Yellow Jackets on Oct 27th at Georgia Tech.

Otherwise, Washington (7-6) in 2010 (also BYU's most recent win over a PAC 12 team with a winning record), Oklahoma(8-5) and Oregon State(8-5) in 2009.

btw, BYU is 4-4 versus the Huskies; Utah is 0-8 versus Washington.

Utah's last win over a PAC 12 team with a winning record, California(8-5), ironically in the Poinsettia Bowl, 2009

People who live in glass houses...

Rock Of The Marne
Phoenix, AZ

Wow, sure a lot of obsessed trolls from the mid major (little league) Coug team in Provo. News flash, your team is a common law member of the WAC. Utah is in the PAC 12 and owns your team head to head by a margin the will only widen and add bitter sorrow to your little troll hearts. Best thing that you guys stay in the little leagues playing laughable WAC-abilly schedules as we have seen what happens when you play better teams (Utah, Notre Dame, San Jose State etc.). Too funny.

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