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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 5 2012 8:35 p.m. MST

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Dave S
Holladay, UT

WOW!!! That was a dominant performance on both ends of the floor against a quality opponent. This team is getting better and better with each game. Majerus himself would have been proud of the Utes tonight.


We put on a shooting clinic tonight! It was a very fitting way to honor Majerus. And it was fun watching the game on the Pac 12 Network. Things are looking up (not that they had anywhere else to look)


South Jordan, UT

Nice win Utah. Let's keep it going.


Good win over a talented, but undisciplined and selfish team from Boise. By the midpoint of the second half, we had them so off their game, they were more worried about trying to sneak elbows up high and cat fight than play ball. The way their fans and players came in and acted, the final score definitely serves them right. Very inspired play, and great atmosphere from the fans.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

GREAT win! Pretty good atmosphere as well.

This program is definitely on the road to recovery. Here's to hoping the Utes put it together again this Saturday.

Cottonwood Heights, UT

It's great to see things turning around. It was a fun game to attend and the crowd certainly showed its appreciation for some fantastic effort and an improving product on the court. I've said it several times previously and I'll say it again ... this staff knows what they're doing and the Utes are definitely on their way back.
I'm not ready to predict a win over BYU at the Marriott Center, but the Cougars better not sleep on the Utes or they could walk off the court with an unexpected L.

West Jordan, Utah

It's great to see the team have pride in the program. These Utes have a long way to go, but Coach K is doing a tremendous job in very difficult circumstances.

I hope the team knows the appreciation the fans have for them honoring Majerus with the type of effort he coached.

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