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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 17 2013 6:01 p.m. MDT

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ChristoperB
Salt Lake, UT

If he has a game half as good as John white did during the 54-10 shellacking we'll be in good shape. And I think he will.

Uteology
East Salt Lake City, Utah

It took 3 games but we've finally found our starting RB. I thought Bubba looked like the best RB going into the OSU game. Great game against OSU, lets hope he carries that success into this week's game against a legit rush defense.

Go UTES!!

umanami
Draper, UT

The O line is the key to the running game. They struggled in line blocking in the 1st 2 games and even somewhat in the OSU game. As they get more game experience as a group I expect them to get better, thus improving the run game. Expect Bubba to become even more productive as this O line improves over time. Go Utes, beat this weeks opponent silly like last time in Rice Eccles South.

UteNationAlum
Cottonwood Heights, UT

This kid will be playing on Sunday's one day. He is a great athlete. Way to work hard Bubba! Keep up the good work!

Go UTES!!!

DrUte
Woods Cross, UT

Msg to Kelvin: The Ute family needs you, & productivity is the key. You've seen it --- all the Sunday RBs are shifty and can change directions in a flash, so get into the film room, practice those cuts, & show the coaches you have those moves too....

Imagine a new player, a Kelvin/Bubba hybrid, coming out of the backfield. Wow. That makes for a nasty Sunday highlight.

The season's just begun, plenty of action still to come.

IN KELVIN WE TRUST.

Nothing but love for you man. We want to see you out there having fun and doing your thing!!!

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