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Published: Friday, Feb. 15 2013 3:40 p.m. MST

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OCoug
Ogden, UT

Congrats Utes, keep it going.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

They should feel good, but hopefully they stay hungry. A win on Sunday would be a huge step forward for the program.

Riddles in the Dark
Olympus Cove, Utah

Unfortunate timing for the Utes seeking their first back-to-back conference wins. The Wildcats are going to be angry after getting dominated in Boulder.

Duckhunted
provo, UT

Class from OCoug. no class from the wish he lived in Olympus Cove, little brother riddles!

Swoop
Salt Lake City, UT

Duckhunted

How exactly do make the leap from a realistic assessment of Utah's next opponent, to a discussion of "class," from anything Riddles posted?

btw, if you're so jealous of Riddles' place of residence, why don't you update your profile to some place more exotic, like say, Vineyard.

Duckhunted
provo, UT

Good come back Swoop I think the odds are better of BYU ending their losing streak then there is of the Utes extending their winning streak! I was complimenting OCoug on a classy civil comment.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Show up Sunday utes! If you aren't willing to support our team any day of the week, there are other schools you should go be fans of.

Sunday games are great. I hope to have many in the future. Wednesdays game was electric. Guys didn't give up and I expect a similar battle Sunday. With a couple good bounces I think we pull off another upset

A top 25 win would be amazing.

Show up muss! Sundays are family time isn't that what Mormons say? Bring the whole family and make it a great sabbath activity.

SilverManedCougar
American Fork, UT

Tough season for Utah, but a bunch of close games could have gone either way. It looks like progress to me.

Yankee Wizard
Windermere, FL

It isn't unusual for a team like the Jazz, with only a 60% win-loss record, to have some really great players like forward Jeremy Evans.

We wish him well again this year. Likewise, in college it isn't unusual to see a
team lose four straight in a tough conference like the Pac 12 and then come on and go undefeated until the end of the season.

I am wishing that outcome on Larry Khristoviac's Runnin' Utes.

They have been ever so close on all their games. Now, a home stretch gives them
the big MO to push it over into wins. Confidence and a desire to win is all it
took? Well, not only that but good coaching and teamwork. Don White

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