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Published: Friday, Sept. 13 2013 3:05 p.m. MDT

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Lynchburg, VA

Hopefully it seems this easy for the Utes tomorrow. I would love to just crush Oregon State, however, I think it will be a little closer than that. I'm just worried about our secondary. I still think Utes win, hopefully they prove me right!

Go Utes!


Looks like the stats favor Utah in this one. But its players that win games, hopefully the Utes come away with a win.

Brad J
West Jordan, UT

Hopefuly Oregon State comes away with the win!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Oregon state is inferior to us. As long as we have threes or fewer turnovers we win this game.

Our d line will eat their offensive line up.

Utah 34
Oregon state 17

Next week is a gimme too.

4-0 and ranked is all but guaranteed at this point.

8-4 season or 9-3, with either Utah or ucla winning the south.

Go utes!

Holladay, UT

I would love to see Oregon St. crush the U. There would be nothing nothing sweeter than humble pie served up to the arrogant Ute fans.

Samurai Jake
Salt Lake City, UT


How does that "humble pie" taste? You should know.

Go Utes!

Steven S Jarvis
Orem, UT

Weber State is not comparable to Eastern Washington in any respect. While I believe Utah will pull this one off, I feel this game will go to whoever scores last. Both teams weakness is in the secondary. Both teams have good QBs. This is going to be a high scoring affair.

Utah 49 OSU 42

Mcallen, TX

Not likely, but let's hope the utes win. It'll look better for the Cougs when they crush the utes next week.

The Middle Of, UT

Whitney, you stated, 'Travis Wilson averaged nearly 300 yards per game in the Utes' first two contests, and he sat on the bench for a good chunk of the Weber State game.' Why is it so difficult for the DesNews and KSL to simply state the Mr. Wilson only played the first half (1/2 or .5) against Weber State?

Holladay, UT

@Samurai Jake

How should I know?

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