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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 16 2013 9:45 p.m. MST

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Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

64 points is enough to win, turnovers absolutely killed us though. It also didn't help that Wazzu was on fire.

Loveridge is in a serious slump, and he needs to break out sooner rather than later or we will continue to these these types of results. I would like to see Seymour and Tucker get some more minutes as well. Hopefully we can steal one in Seattle and get some momentum going into out next home stand.

Spokane Ute
Spokane, WA

I give. Can we just play football and still get the TV money? 0-5, that's truely pathetic!

Sandy, UT


East Salt Lake City, Utah

Another step backwards, now they can't seem to play defense. Sit Dean and let the Freshman Seymour get some more playing time.

Loveridge is shooting 41% (31% 3P), as the future of the program he needs to pick that up.


That was disappointing. I don't know what is going on with the Utes on defense as their last two games have been very rough on that end of the floor. The guards really need to start playing better as that has been killing this team in conference play. I'd like to see someone be able to take their defender off the dribble and be able to finish at the basket. That seems to be hurting them more then anything on the offensive side of the ball. Brandon Taylor need to get more minutes as he has been the most effective and getting to the basket and giving the rest of the team more energy. Good luck in Seatlle Utah
Go Utes!!!

Salt Lake City, UT

As unlikely as it seemed at the beginning of the season, the Utes finishing with fewer than the 3 conference wins they got last season is looking more and more possible. After strong showings against BYU, ASU, Arizona, and UCLA, the Utes have regressed to the same inept bunch we've come to expect.

Chris B's momma
Idaho Falls, ID

So the former doormat crushes the new doormat.

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