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Published: Saturday, Sept. 7 2013 11:25 p.m. MDT

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Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

Great insights! I do think that there is enough of a passing game, with both room and potential for growth, that if a defense sells out against the run, Taysom could have a "BYU qb of old" kind of night.

But that's this old homer's opinion!

Plano, TX

2 words: Beat Utah. Or the season will be a throw-away.

St George, Utah

Lets get something straight, this was not an upset.
An upset is when an inferior team pulls out a last minute win against all odds over a higher profile and higher ranked opponent.
This game was a beat down.
Texas returned 19 starters to a team that finished last season ranked in the top 20. That consistently pulls in top 5 recruiting classes and regularly competes for national championships. And BYU dominated them in every aspect of the game.

HUGE turnaround for the O-line. 550 yds rushing and ZERO sacks against one of the best defensive fronts in college football. The defense was stout, getting 5 sacks and holding a very good UT offense to countless 3 and outs. With a healthy CB corps, BYU holds Texas to 10pts max. Even with 3rd and 4th string corners being targeted constantly, BYU held Ash and Co. to 21pts. This defense is the real deal.

I'm cautiously optimistic that the offense will continue to perform, but it is clearly on the shoulders of the O-line. And Hill MUST be better passing down field. Luckily we have 2 weeks to make adjustments and get ready for the though road ahead.

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