Comments about ‘Brothers Trevor, Drew Reilly will be on opposite sides of BYU-Utah rivalry this weekend’

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Published: Monday, Sept. 16 2013 12:15 a.m. MDT

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West Jordan, Utah

So many of you posters here are just plain sad. Unfortunately, that won't change regardless of what happens this Saturday. Obsession, paranoia, and bitterness run deep in this rivalry and it gets worse by the year.

So. Cal Reader
San Diego, CA

The Reilly's are from our neck of the woods. Nice family. Kids have been raised well by good parents. Looking forward to a good game.

Cache county, USA

How come the guy from byu has longer hair than the guy from Utah?

So. Cal Reader
San Diego, CA

I see their father, Russ, in the background of a couple of the pictures. Look at his smile! From purely an athletic standpoint, can there be any better experience for a parent? Then you throw in Church Missions and Temple Marriage, then you get a real glimps of what pure joy and happiness is.


Trevor has been a great player at the U, I'm sure Drew will be a stud at BYU as well.

Go Utes!!!

Saint George, UT

Does Chris B happen to wear Suspenders?

Samurai Jake
Salt Lake City, UT

Have golfed several times with Trevor and the Kruger Bros. They're all a riot!! T-Dogg is a stud, and I'll look forward to watching another Ute alum playing in the NFL.

Go Trevor! Go Utes!

Provo, UT

I will give Chris B some props. The prestigious U of U has QB #11 in the country as far as passer rating. Well done. His average is right around what Taysom Hill got against Texas. And while I think taysom will play better than his current QBR is (63) it is nowhere near the last place team. In fact he is 56 of 132 according to the world wide leader. If you want to have any shred of credibility, stick to your facts.

And it's true, when byu beat texas there was a lot of talk on ESPN and other national television and web companies talking about the game, and how texas isn't that good. Just like they all talked about Utah's wins...oh wait, that's my bad, they didn't.

Bagram, AE

Looking forward to the game this weekend. Hopefully both teams play to the best of their respective abilities with no injuries. I really don't think we can draw much information from this years wins/losses so far. Still too early to know which opponents were actually decent teams. I.e. each week Texas looks weaker and weaker.

May the best team win and may that team be BYU!

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