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Published: Saturday, July 20 2013 10:00 p.m. MDT

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Rational
Salt Lake City, UT

Is it against the rules to stick to facts on here?

Robert Anae Staff Bio | Offensive Coordinator, assistant head coach, offensive line coach

2011-2012 offensive line coach (2011-12) and run game coordinator (2011) at Arizona
2000-2004 offensive line coach at Texas Tech University
1998 offensive line/running game coordinator at UNLV
1997 offensive line coach at UNLV
1996 offensive line coach at Boise State University
1992-95 offensive line coach at Ricks College
1990-91 offensive graduate assistant at BYU
1986-87 offensive graduate assistant at University of Hawai'i
1984 starting lineman on BYU's National Championship Team.

I think with Anae as the OC, concerns about the line coaching at BYU because of the Offensive Line Coach's "inexperience" will be just fine, and the OL coach isn't the only coach to move from JC to FBS.

2BCSWINS
West of I15, UT

@Max-was-never-right

Maxy,

How did the cougies do the last 3 years against the utes?

2BCSWINS
West of I15, UT

@Ducky

"utah will not get to either any time soon and I'll predict they NEVER get to the 4 team playoff. BYU has a better chance of getting in the playoff than utah ever does."

Yeah just like byU had a better chance of getting to the BCS then Utah did. We all seen what happened there didn't we? Utah twice in the last decade has gone undefeated and to the BCS. They Y has one time in their entire history gone undefeated and that was so far back Karl Malone was still playing for Louisiana Tech.

I can see how you would think the Y has a better chance though.....LOL!

I'll give you the next two years 2014 and 2015 they may have a slightly better chance. At least in these two years they won't be taking a loss in September that is now routine....LOL!

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