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Published: Saturday, March 16 2013 1:05 p.m. MDT

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Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

Tons of NFL talent just like every year.


Love the attitude of the new coaches, including Tujague! It is exciting when there is a chance for a team to play greater than expected because of attitude and unselfish teamwork.

Hyrum, UT

Ernest T Bass still can't get over the fact that his Utes didn't qualify for a bowl game last season and BYU not only qualified, but also won theirs. Now he won't leave his sad sarcasm out of BYU articles. Sad indeed.

South Jordan, UT

Thanks for introducing us to one of our great new coaches, Tujague. He sounds terrific! Thanks for your dedication, expertise, and loyalty to BYU....Coach Tujague!

Go Cougars!

Roy, UT

Offensive and Defensive Lines are most important indication of how successful a college football team will be...media likes to hype the backs, ends, but the line is where its at. BYU's line has not been good for several years, shown in the number of times QB's had to scramble and run--poor protection, and in the lack of a great running-back attack--poor down field push and blocking. Cougars gotta get it done on offensive line, or falter again. Defensive line has been great, that's what has kept them in games, even won games, so now the O-line must improve, excel. Hope the media writes and talks them up.

Hightstown, NJ

I like Tujague's comment about being capable of basically starting a team from scratch every year, which is kind of where BYU has been because of the (awesome) interruption of missions. I suppose this is going to be less of an issue in the future with the age change.

Herbert Gravy
Salinas, CA

EKB-I didn't see anything in this article about "NFL talent". Did I miss something?

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