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Published: Friday, May 17 2013 6:24 a.m. MDT

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Y's little brother
Sandy, UT

christy

"Regardless of future changes to the football landscape there will be two constants."

Actually, three:

Utah will be IN the basement and OUT of the rankings
BYU will be OUT on their own and adding to their ever-growing list of Top 25 finishes
USU will be somewhere in the middle

Loud Loiterer
Sandy, UT

@Y's little brother

That's the funniest thing I've heard all day. I love how every season Bronco claims that he's working with the most talented group that he's ever coached. Even funnier is the fact that all the Y fans believe him and then endure another 5-loss season. But hey... If you Cougars weren't claiming to be the next national champions at the beginning of every season, it just wouldn't feel right. That's what we've all come to know and love about the Y's naive and loyal following... YOU CAN'T KEEP A COUGAR DOWN. haha

Naval Vet
Philadelphia, PA

"The bad news for USU is there will be fewer New Mexico States or Idahos on the schedule." -- Brad Rock

No Brad, that's just more of the GOOD news. Nobody likes watching their team play the uninteresting NMSUs or Idaho cupcakes of the world. Well...nobody except for the Indy-WACers. This step up on competition will certainly result in more tickets sold, and higher revenues for Utah State.

Go Aggies!

Stang08
Cedar City, Utah

@Y's little brother

Just because you were ranked in the top 25 last year doesn't mean it's a garrentee every year. This is gonna be a whole different story now that Anderson jumped ship to a bigger/better school.

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