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Published: Monday, Dec. 3 2012 2:55 p.m. MST

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BlueCoug
Orem, UT

Welcome aboard Dallin.

We look forward to watching you play in LES next season.

Mesa Coug
Phoenix, AZ

Sounds like another bromance in the making. He'll be playing QB before you know it.

CougFaninTX
Frisco, TX

I have friends in Portland who tell me that Dallin is a stud and could make an immediate impact. Love his loyalty and commitment.

Wayne Rout
El Paso, TX

He fields punts so he will be starting right away.

Wally West
SLC, UT

re: CougFaninTX

Immeadiate impact? Like the 1st photo accompanying the article?

CougarBlue
Heber City, UT

Really poor choice of a photo to accompany this article. Someone did not think this photo choice through. You want to show a photo of success not being beat.

Swishfrom3
Salt Lake City, UT

Yea, I think everybody wants to play on defense. Then run a TD. Then also return kicks.

He must not have a clue to the talent at a D1 school.

Advice: work your way on the two deep, and get on the field at your best position. Then worry about the rest young grasshopper.

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

" .... He must not have a clue to the talent at a D1 school"

Advice: he will figure it out without you, Swishfrom3.

Wally West - I'm guessing you don't have spell check.

Proud Ute
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Congrats and good luck Dallin.
Take advantage of this opportunity to get your education.

Amorphous
Saint George, UT

I'm sure the kid's got talent but you have to admit, he certainly must have a better photo that could have been submitted than one getting scored on during a loss?

Pac 12 Fever
Salt Lake City, UT

re Tom in CA

who are you ..the moderator? gotta get on people for not having a spell check and making a true statement from a kid that has no idea of hte D1 talent (or he wouldnt have said certain things to lead the other poster to say that)...

Advice to you: quit giving out advice!

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