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Published: Thursday, July 18 2013 12:55 p.m. MDT

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BYUalum
South Jordan, UT

This is going to be an exciting season with this new offense.

Go Cougars!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

The plus for byu with this hire is that this guy, with his BYU WAC experience, can help the team regain that WAC championship, after having lost it to Utah State last year.

Christine B. Hedgefog
Salt Lake City, UT

Uh, Chris, it was us that lost to USU last year, Not BYU. Remember??? Our glass QB folded again and our Kruger boy got tossed for thinking he was tough. Also, wasn't it BYU WAC experience where our beloved Kyle Whittingham grew up as well?

I know, I know, sometimes it's hard to beat that 'foot in mouth' problem but once in a while it's a good idea to switch feet.

You're welcome.

Irrelevant
Provo, UT

@Chris B

Didn't Utah State beat Utah?

STuFOO
Korea, AE

u fans,

Serious question. What do Utah fans think about chris b?

Duckhunted
provo, UT

STuFOO

Korea, AE

u fans,

Serious question. What do Utah fans think about chris b?

He is actually a BYU Fan trying too hard to get noticed!

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

Duckhunted
provo, UT
STuFOO

Korea, AE

u fans,

Serious question. What do Utah fans think about chris b?

He is actually a BYU Fan trying too hard to get noticed!

I've heard that theory advanced, and while it is an interesting thought, I've seen too many of his posts elsewhere that make it clear he really is a decent, level headed guy in general who gets a little crazy about his team (understandable and commendable), but totally lunar when it comes to BYU or the church.

Sorry, hunted, he's yours.

AntiSNOT
Taylorsville, UT

Hey, Chris B, how did that bowl game work out for your utes last year? And, how are those pre-season watch lists working out and the pre-season PAC 10.2 rankings? See you on 9/21 when the Y reverses the curse...

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