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Published: Monday, April 8 2013 4:30 p.m. MDT

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West Jordan, UT

So Munns has officially been put out to pasture then?

tooele, UT

I have confyidence in the selection of the starting qb and backups by the coaching staff.
My hope is that they use the no huddle offense and some of the short passes (5-10 yds)that LaVell used when he was coaching. Another play that requires arm strength is when the qb rolls to his left and thows a pass to a receiver along the opposite sideline.
That play would really work well with a running qb.

High Point, NC

Does everyone in Utah have nothing better to do than throw out baseless predictions about players/teams we haven't seen play yet, and seasons that have yet to be played?

The BYU/Utah rivalry is a lot more infantile and frivolous than I had thought...and this comes from someone who grew up around the UNC/Duke rivalry...

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

Re: all the U supporters.

Thanks for visiting our site! Obviously nothing going on in Ute football right now? Are the Utes still playing football?

Stockton, CA


Everybody in Utah??

Please note that this is an article about BYU and one of it's qb's, a new transfer from another school. The vast bulk of commentors on this blog are anti-BYU nincompoops who are clueless on their smartest days. Their fixations are clearly displayed in their comments.


I watched Stewart for two years at Snow. He delivered virtually every week. He was impressive in the Carrier Dome Bowl beating the #3 JUCO team. He works hard. He's a born leader. He has an arm and he's accurate. His only problem is he's at the WHY and not at the U of U. I wish him the best until the WHY plays UTAH. GO UTES!

Joel VO

Whoa Nellie
American Fork, UT

Great to see that anything BYU is of such interest to the self-proclaimed fanatics of other programs that they continue to support the DNews by reading and commenting on BYU articles. Apparently it's a reflection of the unemployment situation in this country.

Great comment wahului.

May all the players stay healthy and happy, happy, happy!

Columbia, MO

BYU needs a lot of QBs with all the injuries. Hill shouldn't be named as the starter until he is completely recovered.

Spokane Ute
Spokane, WA

You can never have too many QB's. The more competition at that position; the better!

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