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Published: Sunday, Aug. 4 2013 2:55 p.m. MDT

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Sandy, UT

Rhett, it sounds like you need to pick up some bottled water. You're thirsty!

provo, UT

Talk smack when you Aggies play real college football!

Salt Lake City, Utah

For the most part, Utah's defensive back situation is in better shape this year than last year simply because Moe Lee is gone. As a player, he was garbage. After watching a few replay games from last year, it was evident that he was consistently out of position, no awareness of plays, and worst of all, he was lazy on the field and his play showed it. Teams consistently targeted him and he was exploited consistently. If Justin Thomas has any sense of a work ethic, he'll outshine lazy Moe in the first game.

Highland, UT

This article really didn't make much sense.

West Point , UT

If there's one position I'd never be concerned about as a ute fan it would be CB. Utah will always have good corners and this yr will be no different I'm sure.

Harrisville, UT

"But don’t let that make your thirst be quenched for a deeper defensive backfield"

Did you read this sentence out loud? It's pretty bad.

Anaheim, CA

I dunno; something about hungry and thirsty DB's at Utah. Maybe Utah's linemen are hogging all the chow.

Down under
Eugene, OR

A perfect match for the famine of W's in their new league.

Silent Lurker
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Gee Wiz, DN is Wilkinson a confirmed aggie the best you can do for some Utah smack? How in the world would he know anything about Utah football. He may not even know anything about USU football. Send him back to red headed stepsisters of the poor in aggieville.

Fashion Police
Olympus Cove, Utah


LOL! It is a very confusing article.

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