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Published: Sunday, Aug. 11 2013 5:10 p.m. MDT

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Fight On!
St George, Utah

Defensive back U? That's a laugh riot.

Salt Lake City, UT

@ fight on
What an enlightening comment, thank you so much for contributing to the conversation with such a well thought out opinion supported by all kinds of facts. I especially like the way you completely ignore the raw data supplied in the article and replace it with some good old Ute bashing. It's a good thing your opinion is backed by the Y's stellar winning % over the last decade. Oh wait....

West Point , UT

....but Harline and Collie are still open. Lol...sorry ute fans I couldn't resist. Honestly, I've always thought highly of Utah's DBs and they reload at that position every year. I wouldn't be too worried abt the DBs if I were a ute fan. Good luck utes.

CO Ute

@Cougsndawgs - don't forget about Hoffman on 4th and 11 with under a minute to go last year. While I am very proud of the DBs coming out of Utah, we always seem to find a way to blow a coverage late in the game against the Y. Shut down the play (last year) with 26 seconds to go and none of the drama would have happened.

Utah has some good athletes competing for starting spots and will be fine once they get some experience.

Cottonwood Heights, UT

"....but Harline and Collie are still open. Lol..."


So's Paul Kruger, LOL!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

I'm not worried.

The coaches are the ones developing these guys, and the coaches are still there.

8-4 season, mark it down

Go Utes!

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

They're no Mike Hague but they're ok.

Mcallen, TX

What good are DB's or NFL picks, if you can't win half your games?

West Point , UT

Lol, thanks for the laugh. Touché

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