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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 4 2013 6:48 p.m. MDT

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Guam_Bomb
BARRIGADA, GU

If I was Taysom Hill's dad, I would be very worried for my son's long term health with this line blocking. Poor line play has become a tradition at BYU. Jake Heaps got smart and left, Riley Nelson, then Taysom Hill, then Riley Nelson got beat up last year behind this line, and Hill looked like he had been beaten head to toe last week.

The current group of O linemen does not seem to be suited for the style of offense that BYU attempted to run last week. Hopefully the coaching staff will switch it up and play a style more suited to this line. What that is, I don't know because quite frankly they haven't shown that they can successfully run any offense, but Bronco et al should figure it out since their making the big bucks.

Ldsrm
Spanish fork, UT

I think we need to re member a talk given by elder Holland and president Ofdorf on getting way out of control on how we treat players and Athletes ,coaches of other teams I am appalled on how crazy people get on this .

I will always rote fore each and every god coach and team in this state When thy are playing how ever I would like nothing better then to see all great athlete's in this state I see no problem being a SUU Thunder Bird fan, and also rotten on BYU,USU,Utah, and Webber state wild cats. as long as thy are respect full of the state thy come from !!!

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