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Published: Friday, Aug. 16 2013 5:05 p.m. MDT

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Y Grad Pumping Gas
Beaver, UT

BYU's Medical Red Shirt list is as long as there ninth graders verbal commitment list.

Future looks great.

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

Unlike yours.

Hope we have the luxury of playing him at end.

thebigsamoan
Richmond, VA

After a rash of injuries and gloomy news, this is a great relief and breath of fresh air! Perhaps there's still hope of avoiding a 4-0 sweep and embarrassment against the Utes!

Go Cougars! And good luck to the Utes too, after Sept. that is!

mindgames
Aurora, CO

One door closes (Manumaleuna gets injured and is out for the year) and another door opens (Ansah becomes a force and a first round draft choice).

The same opportunities will present themselves on this years team. Who will step up and help the Cougs to a 10-2 season this year.

Cornerbacks take note this is your time to take giant steps forward. Coach Mendenhall will make the necessary changes and we will enjoy one of the best seasons ever.

Ute trolls eat your heart out.

RockOn
Spanish Fork, UT

Manu has been terrific for a very long time... still remember that big paw up in victory over UCLA in the LV Bowl. And he's been consistently very good. Amazing how well he's done since his mission. Glad he's able to graduate and I hope he has a great year -- for his sake. (For my fan side I hope he does great as well.)

EdGrady
Idaho Falls, ID

I'm not sure which is funnier - a town named Beaver in Utah or someone that will actually admit to being from there.

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