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Published: Tuesday, Aug. 27 2013 9:30 p.m. MDT

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Down under
Salt Lake City, UT

54-10 has obviously coached in the NFL so we should all listen to him. Your use of LOL is very passé. BYU will be fine with this rotation. It does not mean that anyone is out of shape. I means that the pace is picked up so that defenses cannot keep up. Maybe you should worry about your own utsie lineman. I hear they are over weight and out of shape.

The Rock
Federal Way, WA

Chris B

Did you change your name to 54-10?
Gees, talk about living in the past. If you want a Borg designation you could have chosen 7 of 9.

u25
West Jordan, UT

Subbing o-lineman is a recipe for disaster. Not sure how any coach would think this is a good idea. Does Bronco really back this or is it being forced on him. false starts, holding, bad snaps. Putting inferior players on the field, that are charged with protecting the quarter back is not sound judgement. This cant last more than 1 game.

u25
West Jordan, UT

There are a lot of teams that run a hurry up offense and NONE rotate lineman. This is ingenious thinking or a cop out for lineman who arent in shape. By the way oregon doesnt rotate players, but they do have smaller guicker lineman that are in fantastic shape.

RBN
Salt Lake City, UT

Oregon has talent and depth on the O line. BYU doesn't.

Why would the offense be able to sub fresh bodies and the defense can't? As soon the DC sees an OL coming on the field, he sends in a DL sub.

Carson
Provo, UT

Wookie
Omaha, NE

Re: Max-was-right.

Who is Max and what was he correct about? Are you refering to Max Hall? If so, are you alluding to his embarrassing tirade about the U and its fans, players, and students? I am not sure I would claim your ID as this was truly embarrassing for both schools and especially the Faith which BYU represents.

Go UTES!

LOL he told you Sammy!

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