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Published: Tuesday, May 7 2013 4:25 p.m. MDT

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Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

byu fans continue to pray he'll be in the "winning big games" business


0-3 against big brother. Seniors going for the 4-0 sweep this fall.

That is why we had to move to Colorado as our rival, at least they challenge us


Orem, UT

Great for him. I hope we keep winning games. I cannot listen to more than 1-2 minutes of Bronco speaking, I'm certain the Twitter won't be any better. I'd give this advice: Quit reading books on self-improvement, and taking color tests, and read more books on great offense! That's what this team needs.

West Point , UT

Proud of being challenged by a 1-11 team because U happen to have had some recent success against a BYU team that has never been less than .500 during you're current little win streak. Sounds like typical sentiment from the kiddies on the hill. Btw BYU has had win streaks of 9 and 6 over Utah and still holds the series record for margin of victory (50) and most points scored (70). But enjoy your rivalry with the bad news buffs, after all you're right they certainly present a challenge to U, if no one else. LOL

Riverton Cougar
Riverton, UT

Chris B

Congrats, your team knows how to beat BYU in a head-to-head game. Now for the next step: show the world that you really are the better team by finishing ranked higher than BYU, or at least bowl eligible. Don't give me any strength of schedule nonsense, as you and I both know that pollsters already consider strength of schedule when making their rankings.

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

As long as he executes his tweets to a higher level he will be fine.

Salt Lake City, UT

Hopefully for Bronco, tweeting comes sixth.

Henderson, NV

Chris B,

Saying "That is why we had to move to Colorado as our rival, at least they challenge us" is not a good thing. BYU's program is much better than that of Colorado. You're saying that you moved down. Now that makes sense! And again, how's that inferiority complex workin' for ya?

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