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Published: Saturday, Aug. 3 2013 11:35 p.m. MDT

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SLCWatch
Salt Lake City, UT

Ouch! Don't like the word on cornerbacks and other injuries. Let's hope others step up and perform in camp.

On the other hand I hope the Y detractors are delighted and excited because their doom and gloom predictions and dire forcasts are so fun. To think people actually hone their lives around being so obnoxiously proud of someone else's misfortune just highlights why a life of hope, joy in watching growth and development and the positive outlook each season can bring is a much fuller and enjoyable way of living.

Stop and consider how much joy someone must get out of posting on every article and finding out every day they are still considered a juvenile, immature, purveyor of over the top, excessive hubris and arrogance by even those they represent. And they think it's cute, intelligent and oh so witty. Just like a famous watch they, "Just keep on ticking".
You have to love the tenacity. Just think if it was actually directed at some positive endeavor what they could accomplish. Mind boggling. Love the energy and fanatasism. We don't see anything like it except among the truly devoted suicide bombers.

Cougsndawgs
West Point , UT

Still a lot of question marks. Boundary corner needs to be solidified, O-line needs to gel as quickly as possible, and the NT needs to be solidified as well. Everything else gives reason for optimism but these positions, if not secured could be the difference between 7 wins or 9-10 wins.
GO COUGS!

Cougsndawgs
West Point , UT

SLCWatch:
LOL, I can't imagine who you might be referring to. Thanks for the laugh.

idablu
Idaho Falls, ID

"Corner a Concern"

That is an understatement. Hague and his backup, Lee are both out for the season opener. The only one left is a true freshman. This a big deal. Opposing teams will know our weakness in this area and exploit this in a big way. A QB who is on target will have a record setting day, just like Oregon State did to us last year.

I'm just saying, with our hurting so bad in the secondary, we better have a very productive offense.

IQ92
hi, UT

Talk about non-glory positions, "Nose tackle takes center stage" headline includes QB photo but no nose tackle photo. Classic.

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