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Published: Monday, Dec. 17 2012 7:35 a.m. MST

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Orem, UT

Looking forward to our first trip to San Diego for a BYU bowl game since the National Championship clinching game in 1984.

I really hope Lark starts, but would like to see Riley get in as well, maybe on some 3rd and 3 situations.

Go Cougs!

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

America's finest city.

Frisco, TX

I wouldn't be surprised to see a long term relationship between the Poinsetta and BYU. I've also heard some rumblings that the Holiday Bowl isn't very excited about getting the Big 12 #5 team any more. When it was the 5th place team in a conference of 12 it meant more than getting the 5th place team in a conference of 10 teams.

Mildred in Fillmore
Salt Lake City, UT

We are going to beat SDSU quite handily.

Ted H
Sandy, UT


You may, but I don't believe Utah has SDSU on their upcoming schedule do they? So are you referring to 2020 or some other time in the far future?

Or were you referring to your and your buddies in EA Sports College Football 2012 on XBOX, you know, since your team isn't going to a bowl game at all?

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

Mildred is right. Blowout.

Ronald Uharriet
SWun City, Ca.

“"The Poinsettia Bowl and the Holiday Bowls are equals. “

Really??? If you say so, I’m sure we all believe it !

Why do people say things like this to fuel the fire.

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