Why do byu fans keep calling this a bowl game? I can think of 6 teams id rather
beat than byu. The only ones saying this is the most important game of the year
for Utah are byu fans. Please byu fans....dont hesitate to get over yourselves
Should be a good one. Never underestimate your opponent. Goes both ways.
I'm a BYU fan but betting the U finds the right gears, while BYU pops the
clutch a few too many times as they grow into their offense and struggle learn
how to complete more than 50% of their passes.
The Holy War means alot to the Alum of both schools. But in the bigger picture,
since they are not in the same confr. there isnt as much riding on it. Utah
needs wins from any source to stay relevant in the PAC 12. This
could be a defining year for Utah!
Let's see. The only thing YBU fans can say is that Utah hasn't won
many games in the PAC while due to their "independent" scheduling they
can schedule sweet games like Middle Tennessee and Idaho St. with a bye week
before they meet Utah. Nice. Oh, . . . nice win against #25 Texas. What is their
ranking now? ha-ha-ha-ha You better make sure you beat Utah this week because if
you don't all of your blather makes the TDS look even more pathetic.
Utah will hold your inept offense to under 200 yards. Last year we had the worst
offense ever and scored 24 points against your defense, this years offense is
much better and will score more points.
Uteology"The NINE conference games."Which of
course explains why Utah fans don't talk about any opponent besides BYU
99.9% of the time.Utah fans talk a good party line, but the truth
is, until the Utes get good enough to actually compete for a PAC conference
title, it's all just talk.Expounding on Big Cougar's one
trick pony narrative; the Utes have been a one trick pony of a program since
they joined the WAC in 1962. Occassionally good enough to beat BYU, but seldom
good enough to win a conference championship.
Clark, Clark, ClarkWere it not for the OOC games your poor little
struggling football team would not have played for 8th place in 2011.Were it not for USU you would have been bowling last year.Please
don't insult my (our) intelligence by being less than honest about Ute
reality and non-conference games.In state bragging rights is all U
have with the steady conference beatdowns on the horizon.Ute
football has never been so entertaining.
@ekute"Who's byu? We're plying UCLA in 2 weeks."that's awesome.
Utah and Kyle's problems with not winning consistently in the Pac12 is due
to Kyle's being a one trick pony as a coach. He was good as a MWC head
coach in getting the utes up emotionally for 1 or 2 big games a year plus
rivalry games against conference and in-state teams. Kyle was good at giving his
teams an "edge" or a chip on their shoulder that provided them extra
motivation to gut out tough wins.Playing in the MWC afforded the
utes and Kyle a boatload of cupcake games vs teams like New Mexico, UNLV,
Wyoming, etc to mix around the occasional big game so they could recover. Kyle
was very good with this format. Now in the Pac12, Kyle hasn't
been able to figure out how to get the utes to play tough every week. They have
long stretches with letdowns, defensively failings, offensive failings, and a
noticeable lack of energy. Can he change his approach and still be
successful? Is this exposing him to be a good MWC head coach but not a good
Pac12 head coach? Will Dennis Erickson be the guy going forward?
What the utes don't know is how to beat BYU without the emotional effort it
takes causing them to go flat emotionally for the next month. Since joining the
Pac12 Utah is 0-7 in conference play in the month following the "BYU
Bowl".In the past Utah had the luxury of playing BYU in the last
game of the season so they could get worked up emotionally and go all out and
then have a month to recover and refocus for their bowl game.Now the
challenge is to re-teach Utah how to play BYU. Their "edge" in the past
has always been their ability to get all worked up and play with intense
emotions. That has cost them the past 2 seasons to go 0-7 vs Pac12 competition
(and lets face it, they haven't been playing the best Pac12 teams
either).Can Utah still be competitive vs BYU and stop making it an
emotional affair? I don't think they can.
sammygSpringville, UTCO UtePlease tell us which
game is the most important for Uteville residents now?----------The NINE conference games.
@ Broken Truth Machine"The Utes have ZERO chance of winning the
conference championship or the south division, so that makes the BYU game THE
MOST IMPORTANT game left on Utah's schedule, not only to qualify for a
bowl, but because it's the only game the Utes have left that will have any
bragging rights associated with it after the season"BYU is NOT
the most important game on Utah's schedule. Let me inform you of something!
Conference games are always MORE IMPORTANT than non conference games. Utah has 9
games more important than BYU. Depending on the outcome of those conference
games will determine which bowl game we go to. All the BYU game does is give us
instate bragging rights when we win. That's it! I suggest you
fix your machine, the truth part is broken!
CO UtePlease tell us which game is the most important for Uteville
residents now?Tell us what Ute fans really want and then give us a
realistic prediction of what Ute fans will get this year and be happy with.To me it's looking like Ute fans will have to be happy with a lot
of losses and if that's the case then beating BYU is the only thing that
has any joy to a sad bunch of Pac losers. Am I getting close to understanding
Ute mentality?I'm dying to hear your take on this and just so
you know... 'Peace on Earth' will not be an acceptable
answer as the Utes will not be a finalist in the PAC10.2 beauty pageant in
Pasadena or anywhere else.
Reading these comments brings back the rivalry feelings I had when Utah and BYU
were both in the same conference. I realize that it isn't quite the same
to me because the game doesn't have conference standing implications
anymore. I miss those days and the Holy War has been one of the best in the
nation.All 12 games are very important to both teams. BYU's 12
game schedule is basically all conference games. Utah has 9 conference games
that matter most. Certainly the instate games are important but they
aren't conference games. After losing to USU last year, that non
conference game to me was more important that the BYU game. Bottom line, the
BYU game is 10th or 11th most important game to Utah. Sure I'd
like to see Utah beat BYU for bragging rights, but given the choice of winning
either the BYU game or the next game against UCLA, I'd most definitely
choose the UCLA game as would all Utah fans.For those that think
Utah gets up for this game more than BYU, that's absolutely absurd! This is
a non conference game for Utah.Go Utes!
Lots of Utah fans living in denial that they won't be devastated when the
Utes lose on Saturday.
I think it is really funny for a Y fan like NW Coug that claims to know what U
fans want. How would you have any realistic idea what Utah fans want? Sure I
would love to be the Y (again) but it isn't the most important game of the
year any more.
I find it amusing that the BYU game, according to Mr. Rock, doesn't mean as
much as the Oregon State game. So is that saying that the Utes lost the
important game so the other game doesn't matter? That's rather
defeatist in my view.Why wasn't there some hype by Mr. Rock
about how the USU game wasn't a big deal? Seems like after USU
self-destructed all we heard was how great the Utes are (or were). So what is
it: Was the USU game worth anything or not? You can't have it both ways,
Mr. Rock.For all those bagging on Utah's stellar record, look
at the PAC 12 conference wins---so far only 7 and quite possibly less than 10
after three years in the conference. This was supposed to be a gimme game for
Utah, since they were playing in SLC, just like the game in SLC against Colorado
two years ago. Oops!!And what do we hear about their history? Oh,
they won two BCS games several years ago. Glad they did because I don't
see them ever going to the Rose Bowl----sort of like Arizona.
SasquatchVancouver, WAWow didn't these Beavers lose to Eastern
Washington? What a joke by Utah. It's no wonder PAC-12 country regrets
adding Utah to the mix. What an embarrassment to the PAC.>>>Utah only lost by 3 points.BYU lost at LES to
Oregon State last year 42-24. That is totally embarrassing.As someone that
claims to live in WA. You should be well aware that E. Washington is a good FCS
team that won the title 2-3 years ago.
LOL at all the BYU losers on this thread trying to make out last night's
game as some sort of crushing blow.Hahaha.Facts:Utah has 10 times the offense BYU could dream of this yearUtah played considerably well against a decent Pac 12 teamUtah s
still in the Pac 12. The whiners are notUtah might not get a bowl
game this year. But watch how funny it will be when BYU does not either. LOLGo ahead. Trump up your getting-worse-by-the-day win over the Longhorns.
Just like Oklahoma in 2009.Keep it up. Will make smacking you in the
mouth next Saturday oh so much sweeter.Bye bye.
Real BassIdaho Falls, IDThe mistake you made is assuming Utah will
ever be a factor in the PAC. Not gonna happen. Their role was to be the red
headed step child everyone beat on. Utah will only get to the rose bowl by
purchasing general admission end zone seats. BYU is and always will
be the utes bowl game. Lose this week and Utahs season is over. Time to get
ready to get drubbed in basketball. But u will always have the ski team that u
can look to with pride.Loved your comments Real Bass, you cracked me
up! I see that a lot of people got this right where Rock was completely wrong.
Utah desperately needs to beat BYU to have a shot a being bowl eligible and
since beating BYU has been their only claim to fame the last two years and
likely would be this year if they won, they really, really need a win next
Saturday. That being said, I hope that BYU will finally get up for this game
and prepare the way Utah has in recent years. Based on Van Noy's comments,
I think their heading in the right direction.
My predictions:BYU will get more passing yards against the Utes than
the Longhorns, but less rushing yards.The Utes will get more passing yards
against the Cougars than the Beavers but less rushing yards.Both Hill
& Wilson throw at least one touchdown and one interception each.BYU
wins because their defense and special teams will give the Utes worse field
position than the cougars.BYU 28, Utes 24
worfMcallen, TXEvidence BYU will win next week!Chris B has quit posting.-------------When you stopped
posting after the Virgina loss, your team won the next week.Sounds
like a good idea.
If the game has no importance, why then did the fans storm the field multiple
times last year?The losing team in the rivalry knew that there was
going to be a chance to win the next year. That always softened the blow. It
didn't hurt so much losing to Utah, a team that then went on to a
disappointing 5-7, knowing that this year BYU could have some payback.BYU needs to keep the foot on the accelerator and never take the foot off the
gas. Utah, no matter how bad they were before the game is going to pull out all
the stops to try to get this one. Go Cougars!
Rock. You are crazy if you don't think Utah has a lot riding on the BYU
game. At a minimum, a loss for Utah would likely mean no bowl game at all this
year. I think that is a big deal for a growing program trying to prove they
belong in the PAC-12.
The Utes have ZERO chance of winning the conference championship or the south
division, so that makes the BYU game THE MOST IMPORTANT game left on Utah's
schedule, not only to qualify for a bowl, but because it's the only game
the Utes have left that will have any bragging rights associated with it after
For those who say that this coming BYU games means more to BYU fans than Utah
fans is completely wrong. One, Utah needs that win, not just for bragging
rights, but to go back into conference 3-1 instead of 2-2 facing UCLA, Stanford,
Arizona, SC, ASU, and then Oregon. The last two I am giving Utah. This is a
must win for Utah to get back on track and like someone else said here earlier
to get some more kinks worked out and some more time on the field together. If
Utah loses, it will hurt them in the long run. BYU wants to win for bragging
rights, and with their schedule I think will have an easier time becoming bowl
eligible. My thoughts on the game. I will be rooting for BYU, sorry Ute fans.
But Utah can stop the run, secondary is still suspect, but BYU has not proven an
ability to throw the ball or defend the pass real well. It is still a rivalry
game and that keeps it close, but right now I will say Utah 34 BYU 20, Utah
pulls away late. Hope I'm wrong.
Evidence BYU will win next week!Chris B has quit posting.
I disagree even on the tangible level. The Utes don't win six games unless
they beat BYU. No win against BYU, I don't see the Utes going bowling. So
it is the biggest game of the year.
BYU can't pass and Utah can't defend the pass.Something
has got to give.
Brad, Brad, Brad. I am surprised my neighbor friend. Should I bring roll of
Toilet Papers to your yard? Get a grip. Maybe I should just ignore you and your
Oregon State was the most important game last week. Squandered opportunity. One
of the slowest starts we have witnessed in a while.Game 4 is just a
distraction for the weak minded Utes. It's all about conference wins and
Utah finds themselves a game below 0.500 already with a loss at home.For weeks 1 thru 3 all we hear about is game 4. Last time I checked game 4
does not make or break a season. However, the distraction messes with the entire
season.Well, game 4 is on the doorstep and you are going to need it
to go bowling. Can you focus this week?
If Utah makes it to the Rose bowl sometime in the next 40 years, I'll
legally change my name to Batman.
All Mannion did was expose Utah's most glaring weakness... it's
secondary. Give him credit, but I'd hardly call him arguably the
conference's top quarterback. Not when the teams he's played include
Eastern Washington, Hawaii and now Utah. Let's not forget Mike Riley
couldn't even decide Mannion would be the starting quarterback until just
before the season started.This is a bad loss for Utah. An
embarrassing one. One that I don't know how the Utes can expect to bounce
back from. This was supposed to be the easiest of 1-0 conference starts and they
blew it. They'll always have a chance against BYU because it's a
rivalry game and Tayson Hill is a worse pocket passer than Tim Tebow, but who is
this team going to beat in conference? Colorado? Wazzu? Those are about the only
two I can see, and I wouldn't even call them gimmes based on what we know
about Utah.Poor Whittingham. He's probably gonna get fired.
Fellow BYU fans, get a grip, this is an important game but Utah doesn't
need it to win their conference. All that matters is their PAC-10 games. To lose
only means they have to suffer the comments like we have the last 3 years, that
would be the worst of it. That, they can live with. Go BYU.
Utah in the Rose bowl? that's a good joke.
Good article. This is true logic for both teams. Beating Utah would not mean
as much to BYU as a win in South Bend or Madison. When the season is over we
can know for sure.
@ New to UtahWrong. Byu is at best Utah's 10th most important
2fer"Any PAC-12 game is more important than BYU."From a conference title perspective, yes; from a feel good about our program
perspective, not even close.There's not a team on the planet
that Utah fans love beating and hate losing to more than BYU.We're so obsessed with BYU, that even oure smack from beating another
team is directed at BYU fans.
ute fans kept making a big deal about how over rated Texas was. Now after their
home loss to Oregon State, one must ask, how over rated are the utes? Oh wait,
they weren't rated, aren't rated nor shall they be rated this year,
unless you're counting from the bottom up.Maniacal laughter!
It is Utah's whole season the whole shebang,winning at Provo against a
quality instate rival is Utah's superbowl. Rock is so wrong, it is almost
hilarious. Utah plays at a 110% against the Y and recently that has been enough.
This year is different the talent advantage rests with BYU, they have the
defense to stop Travis Wilson, they have the offense Taysom Hill to score. Go
The BYU game is a huge must win for Utah. A loss to the Cougars could very well
mean another 5-7 season for the Utes.As for BYU, the Utah game is
more about bragging rights than anything else, which in my opinion is pretty
sad. The fact is, even if BYU beats Utah, Georgia Tech, Notre and Wisconsin,
they'll still end up playing in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. The loss to
Virginia ended any chance of playing in a BCS bowl. If BYU is going
to stay independent in football for the foreseeable future, they need to develop
some kind of incentive to motivate their players and fans to reach for something
besides the far away hope of playing in the BCS. Perhaps they could
sign a deal that if they win 10 or 11 games, they go to a good money bowl game
like the Sun Bowl or Capital One Bowl. If they finish with 6 - 9 wins, then they
play in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl or Armed Forces Bowl.
The mistake you made is assuming Utah will ever be a factor in the PAC. Not
gonna happen. Their role was to be the red headed step child everyone beat on.
Utah will only get to the rose bowl by purchasing general admission end zone
seats. BYU is and always will be the utes bowl game. Lose this
week and Utahs season is over. Time to get ready to get drubbed in basketball.
But u will always have the ski team that u can look to with pride.
Kyle Van Noy describes the game with Utah as the Cougar's Super Bowl. Utah
players aren't describing it that way. Greg Wrubell said its OK that the
Cougars think of the Utah game as the Super Bowl, since as an independent they
don't have much else to play for. That is especially true with BYU
ineligible for the BCS Bowls yet again.
UtesBy5The Utes need to beat BYU to make it to 6-6 and be bowl
eligible. Their likely loses are UCLA, ASU, @USC (which it seems may be
bouncing back), Stanford, @Oregon -- Bringing them to 6 losses. They are AT AU,
whom they are 1-1 against the last 2 years, and @ WSU which seems to be much
improved. Making it to 6-6 is going to be tough, and very, very tough without
Utesby5That was some Swiss cheese defense last night.I'm thinking KVN is going to have some fun with your QB if he even thinks
about running like last night.So Ute fans such as yourself thinking
two weeks out and they are better than Nebraska? LOLAfter the
expected beat downs these next few weeks I'm betting Colorado could very
well add an exclamation point to a 2-10 seasonU lost to OSU who lost
to E.W. Wow
@The Rock:"Last year BYU beat themselves with a QB that
didn't know when to stand down. Same goes for the previous two years.
Mistakes and miscues on the part of the BYU offense were a far bigger factor
than anything that the Utes did."Maybe we didn't watch the
same games the last two years. Didn't Utah beat BYU 54-10 two years ago?
I know BYU made many mistakes but a 44 point loss is a beat down. Last year
Utah lead 24-7 in the 4th quarter before Whitt decided to focus on the clock
instead of continue attacking BYU. It nearly backfired as we all know.Utah DOES know how to beat BYU as they have won 8 of the last 11 games and 13
of the last 20.Royal colored shades?Go Utes!
Utes defense needs to improve before our next conference game in two weeks. One
last tune up game against a mid-major to get things corrected.BYU
vs. Utah game is now much bigger for the Cougar than for Utah for the simple
reason that it doesn't affect our conference record and BYU's entire
record IS their conference record. Spin it anyway you want Cougars fans but the
simple truth is that it's a much bigger game for you than for Utah. This
provides one last chance for Utah to get the kinks out before returning to
conference play the following week against UCLA.Notice how the
majority of BYU fans are giddy this morning because Oregon State beat Utah? I
remember back in the late 70's thru the late 80's, when Utah's
program was in BYU's shadow. Some of Utah's fans acted the same way.
Now it's Utah in a major conference, with two nice BCS Bowl wins in the
last decade and domination over BYU. The roles have reversed now and it's
BYU fan base cheering for all of Utah's opponents to help with their
@ The Rock"Hold your horses there. Last year BYU beat themselves
with a QB that didn't know when to stand down. Same goes for the previous
two years. Mistakes and miscues on the part of the BYU offense were a far bigger
factor than anything that the Utes did"Of course! BYU beat
themselves last, and the year before, and the year before that! It's never
the better team won, it's always the better team lost. You BYU fans are the
worst excuse makers! Utah was the better team because they did what they needed
to do to win the game. Give credit where credit is due!
I hope the Utes do well this year, I really do. But the Ute football program is
looking more and more like a flash in the pan. The flash's name was Urban
Meyer. Outside of his tenure there they really have never done much. The 2008
season was largely with Urban Meyer recruits. It's really been downhill
ever since. Again, I hope they do well, not hating on the Utes. It really just
looks like it was Urban Meyer that temporarily made this program a big success.
BYU players do not care what Rock thinks. The Cougars want to beat everybody on
their schedule. I believe the same thing goes for the Utes. The game takes on
a reduced significance outside of the state with bad losses for both teams, but
somehow I don't think a single player will care once kickoff happens.About last night--Utes 1st quarter was baffling. OSU D is
probably the weakest defense in the PAC12 that Utah will face this year. I
fully expected the Utes to put up points on nearly every drive last night (and
this from a BYU fan). I had been telling people all week the game would come
down to whomever had the ball last. At least that part happened.Utes have no easy games the rest of the way. Every team on the schedule can
beat the Utes. The Utes will be underdogs till they face Colorado and probably
on a long losing streak.Travis Wilson when he wasn't throwing
the ball to OSU players looked great. I can't wait to see how he develops.
Wilson will take the Utes to a bowl his Senior year.
Uh, nice try but Mannion is not the best quarterback in the PAC 12. He's
not the best quarterback in Oregon. That would be Marriotti with the ducks.
Get ready to hear that fog horn go off numerous times when Oregon puts up at
least 60 before calling the dogs off.
Any PAC-12 game is more important than BYU. Still fun to win though
Nice to see the Beavers win a tough game. One of my Alma Maters (UW, OSU), but I
still could not get the game in LA. Best game of the night, thriller for sure,
and LA stations didn't pick it up. Tough luck for the Utes, but 3 picks
will do that for you. Washington hammered Illinois behind an amazing performance
by Price and Bishop Stankey. UCLA beating Nebraska and USC looking better, not
to mention Oregon and Stanford, indicates a real murderers row for Utah.
Luckily, Utah does not play the Huskies this year.So the BYU game
doesn't matter, does it? Good thing, I guess. Sorry Mr. Rock, every game
matters if you're not likely to be bowl eligible without it. I does matter
a lot to BYU, though. A whole lot. I expect that Utah will find out next
Saturday how much it does matter.Stupid article.
Who's byu? We're plying UCLA in 2 weeks.
Stirring the pot already Brad?
"Utah knows how to beat BYU"Hold your horses there. Last
year BYU beat themselves with a QB that didn't know when to stand down.
Same goes for the previous two years. Mistakes and miscues on the part of the
BYU offense were a far bigger factor than anything that the Utes did.Apparently Utah knows how to lose at home to a team that lost at home to
Eastern Washington.Food for the soul.
Rock, my man.... You think that Mannion is the best QB in the PAC 12? Are you
not allowed to watch Oregon games or something? Have you not heard of UCLA?
Mannion is, at most, the third best QB in the PAC 12 behind Mariota and Hundley.
Come on, my dude! Utah is in PRETTY deep now after losing a game they needed to
win. The demise of USC helps them out a bit, but they need to be perfect at the
right times to get into a bowl game this year. That includes beating USC and
Arizona State on the road in consecutive weeks. Good luck, Utah.
" ....... The Utah-BYU game will likely have plenty of emotional punch but
less value ..."Don't kid your self - this will be
utah's "bowl" game.
Brad Rock made his point Utah needs an early Pac 12 win. BYU is a much bigger
game for the Utes than Oregon State in my opinion. Utah has had the ability to
sign Utahs best football players which helps the program in so many ways. BYU
needs these athletes so the outcome of the rivalry really matters. Utah is a
great football team, watching them play last night, their resilience was
unbelievable as was Travis Wilson. BYU has the best team in at least 5 years so
it maybe the best game in a decade. BYU has the edge simply because its at home
and the Cougars have confidence and enough talent to win.
Pathetic. The media is now making excuses for Utah's loss next week. Excuses brought up:1. They should have won their opening PAC game
at home. 2. They were focusing on UCLA next week to get their first PAC
win. 3. BYU doesn't really matter because it's like playing
Weber.Why write this article after the game? If this game was so
big, why not write it before the game? The BYU game matters but the media is
already panicking because they know Utah will be down in the dumps all week and
BYU is riding high after a bye week and destroying 5-star studded Texas.
Ute fans will not be happy about this kind of brutal honesty.Is
there enough emotion left for the Utes to get up to play BYU this week or UCLA
the following?Will Ute fans even attempt to get out of bed after
Rock's analysis of Utah's conference play is spot on. If Utah wants to
look like a big boy, they need to consistently play (and beat) the big
boys...although it's debatable whether Oregon State qualifies for that
title. The last couple of years, they have done moderately well (especially last
year), so sure, let's give 'em the benefit of a doubt.As
for his mention of the Utah-BYU rivalry aka Holy War, and his summary "Utah
knows how to beat BYU" ...well, we'll certainly see about that next
week. My advice to the Utes? Get some rest, then work hard, because this
week's game will probably be another brutal one.
Silly Brad, the reality of the matter is that next week will BE the utes bowl
game. There is no post season for the utes. They and their fans will be home
watching and cheering against BYU in the post season, just like last year.
Utah has been exchanging home wins with Oregon State. But that all changed last
night. By losing at home they just took a big step backwards in the PAC 12.Way to go Beavers!Go Cougs!
There are bigger games all around these days. This year the wins I wanted the
most in order are:1) notre dame2) Wisconsin3) Texas 4)
Boise5) usu/Utah A ton of football left
Nice try Brad, already stirring the pot.
Brad, your premise is incorrect. You, like Duckhunter previously, incorrectly
assume that the rankings of the bowl games directly reflect conference
positioning, like in the NCAA Football video game. The pecking order of the bowl
games doesn't mean this, it means that the bowls bowl committees get to
make their invites in that order. In 2011, UCLA, the South Division champions,
was forced into the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, which ordinarily would've been
(second to last for seven eligible teams), but with Stanford in the Fiesta Bowl,
became the PAC's seventh and final bowl destination. Utah, which finished
in a three way tie for sixth overall, was invited by the Sun Bowl ahead of ASU
and UCLA.So, no, the BYU game is no less important to becoming bowl
eligible and being invited by particular bowls than any other game. The payouts
aren't that big of an issue anyway, since the conference shares the revenue
of them. So the conference's real goals should be: A. continuing to place
two teams in BCS bowls, and B. placing as many conference teams into bowls as
Wow didn't these Beavers lose to Eastern Washington? What a joke by Utah.
It's no wonder PAC-12 country regrets adding Utah to the mix. What an
embarrassment to the PAC.
I can't wait to see the spin from the u trolls on this game. I'm sure
that it will be the refs fault. I think we have a new tag line for the utes;
"We can't smell the roses"
Go ahead and fool yourself, Rockmonster.Ute fans want BYU more than
anything, since Pac-12 glory is way out of reach.