The 2011 loss against TCU at the Cowboys Stadium should also be included.
Howie:There's a great article about the beautiful new Utah football
complex in the utes section (and I've seen images, it is a beautiful
facility). How 'bout U show your true allegiance by checking it out and
posting over there? Then again, I think as Riverton pointed out your true
allegiance lies here with us...welcome Howard, we love you. Chrissy and 54-10
you're allowed to share our company also, but we may have to bind and gag
Interesting. 3 of the first 4 posts were from Ute "fans" that left BYU
behind long ago. It looks to me that they're having trouble leaving them
behind because they are looking for an opportunity to pass them up first.Hard to leave somebody behind when they're in front of you leading
Although at times, nothing big to talk about is a good thing. It means there
have been no scandals or malfeasance going on.
It may be a slow sports day, but it still managed to draw out the beloved BYU
detractors. Quite a nice gesture of validation: even on a slow day, these
faithful commenters from the hill still check in on schedule. I am touched that
they would take the time to validate BYU.
Today's edition in the continuing effort to spin home/home/neutrals as a
positive for BYU.If could Tom Holmoe could schedule straight up
home//home games with the big boys he would... but he can't so he
compromises on home/home/neutrals.
I'm confused at the purpose of the article. The SDSU matchups don't
have any relevancy to me. Shouldn't the game against Oklahoma at Cowboy
stadium be on the list? Maybe I just missed the point.
Why don't you guys just schedule straight up home and homes with big name
programs?That's what most prestigious programs do.
Obviously a very slow sports day.