@ Chris BRemind again which bowl was it that Utah played in last
year? And they're national ranking was what again? I love your BCS
membership, it has given the Utes so much to cheer about. You must be giddy over
all your success. They've taken the Southern Division by storm. Now
it's on to the conference title and the Rose Bowl. Go Runnin' Utes
(more like runnin-out-of-excuses Utes)By the way, I think you must
have misread the headline. This is a BYU article
Re: Joe MarxHe's on the roster. That's all I know for
right now. Sorry.
Bills and Sorensen are both solid players. Johnson was good last year, and I
expect him to be even better this year.DBs were the weakest part of
our defense last year, and probably will be again this year. They got exposed
by Oregon St and SJ St and their passing game.We're going to
face a few more teams who have the ability to throw the ball downfield this
year. Hopefully the DBs will be ready for the challenge.Mildred - I
know you are trying to be funny with your sarcasm, and ignite the Utah faithful;
but DB's are not a strength. They should be solid, but the LBs are the
strength of the defensive.
Your are right on Chris B, the Utes will put everything into that one game and
will take down the Cougars.....probably with an embarassing blowout too. I can
totally see it. And then they will go on to win only 3 or 4 of their remaining
11 games, and will leave the original members of the PAC 10 continuing to wonder
how to get out of the obvious mistake in adding Utah and Colorado. The real
question is when will Utah and it's fan base ever set their sights higher
than a weak "2nd best independent" program in the nation?
DBs are big and fast. This used to be our weakness but now it is a strength.
No mention of Wadsworth, the transfer from Hawaii. Any news on his status? I
believe that originally he was tabbed as a promising corner; maybe not a starter
but making the rotation.Also, I thought Reilly was a scholarship player,
not a walk-on. The last I read about him indicated he had started several games
as a true freshman at CSU (before a mission). That would suggest he might be
fairly likely to make the rotation as well. What's anyone else hearing?
The thought of being the second best independent in the nation and winning 1 out
of your 5 toughtest games must have byu fans all over the world giddy with
excitement.Utah seniors with the 4-0 sweepMark it down