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Published: Thursday, Aug. 29 2013 2:51 p.m. MDT

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ChristoperB
Salt Lake, UT

Ya, little brother beat us last year. I was actually ok with it as they are supportive little brothers the other 19 out of 20 years when we beat them. Besides, being a Pac 12 team and them being a WAC 2.0 team, the long term potential is vastly different. usu will not be an issue. USC, UCLA, and Oregon will be. But not usu. We'll handle them fine 19 out of 20 years.

I actually like the aggies for the most part.

But they are still a little brother

Utah 30
usu 17

Christy B
Salt Lake City, Utah

"Utah, Colorado both face 'little brothers' in Pac-12 opening weekend"

No problem.

After losing to our little brothers, we'll still have our annual pillow fight in the Rockies to look forward to to determine who gets to spend the long cold winter in the PAC basement - we love our PAC 12 membership - ugh!

midpacmajor
Salt Lake City, Utah

Both "big brothers" seem to match up better against each other than they do against their "little brothers".

MWC > PAC 12 bottom dwellers

Utah St 31
Utah 14

Colorado St 30
Colorado 14

Go Ag schools!

DeepBlue
Anaheim, CA

Unfortunately for the Utes, it will be more of the same this year.

Aggies 24
Utes 14

get used to losing to little brother

Max-was-right
springville, UT

Little brothers v.s. door mats. What a great weekend.

jdub1942
PROVO, UT

The Y fans have had a really fun off season. Acting like a Utah loss is somehow a given. In just a few short hours their fun will be over. Sorry Cougs!
Good luck Aggies,
Go Utes!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Thanks for playing little brothers!

Utes win.

Chris B was right!

Told you so!

clehman
Sandy, UT

@midpacmajor
@DeepBlue
@Max-was-right

You were saying?

CO Ute
PARKER, CO

Yet despite all your bold predictions, the final score was Utah 30, USU 26.

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