toosmartforyou:Once again proof that nobody has ever beat byU in
football - there is ALWAYS a reason why they are the better team, regardless of
the results on the field!!Go Utes!
Y Grad / Y Dad"He was good in high school"Well I
wish someone would have told me that earlier! Utah doesn't stand a chance
now!Hill for Heisman!!!
I remember Steve Young started a couple of games as a Sophomore when McMahon was
hurt and he was awful as a passer. Even as a Junior Steve wasn't much
better and I remember 5 interceptions in the Georgia game. Steve only became a
good passer his senior year.My guess is that Taysom is actually a
better runner than Steve Young, but a worse passer. Hopefully he won't need
to wait until his Senior year to show good improvement. Go cougars!
Call me crazy, but I thought Riley Nelson was supposed to be the new Tebow?
Why doesn't anyone look at the number of passes that were dropped by
receivers? That accounts for at least 7 or 8 throws, which would make the total
around 30 or more out of 66. One specific less bobbled ball would also have
produced a victory in Virginia. But it's all Hill's fault,
right---media types? Sportswriters just can't seem to believe
BYU won a game over a ranked opponent and did it in a smashing fashion. So they
focus on the passing stats. Too bad; that's like buying a new car and
deciding the wheels should be different, even though it still transported you
alright. But Ute fans and sportswriters have to point to something and there
was nothing else to pick apart......NOTHING!
BYes, we know your new name.If it turns out as I suspect, that
Taysom is working with an unspecified injury and yet is producing record setting
performances on the field, don't your snide comments about something you
know nothing about prove once again what we have all been trying to teach
you?That it doesn't hurt to be kind?
Being the worst passing rating QB in the entire country is not something to be
What does his faith have to do with his passing? Religious bigotry?I
think if you have watched the games you would be more inclined to say his
throwing action is more the result of a muscle tear, or tendon stretch than his
faith. But then low brow humor was your point and not accuracy, am I correct?
As usual, Rock, funny way to make wry observations. That isn't lost on me,
honest.But for the benefit of our slobbering Utah ankle biters who
are delighted with Taysom's current statistics, it isn't like he has
never been able to pass the ball. He was good in high school. He was better
than this last year.Reminiscent of another recent BYU quarterback.
The serious question is whether the coaching staff can at least get him back to
where he was last year? And how long will it take? Trolls delightedly think
not. Coaches think so.I'll go with the coaches on this one.But thanks for the laugh.
Hill will become a passer. BYU's Motto used to be "And we came to Pass
and Pass and Pass...It might take time buy Hill will get there.