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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 18 2013 4:40 p.m. MDT

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Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

This is something that BYU has been working for for a really long time. BYU never wanted to be solely a passing offense, why are we now questioning the logic?

Alterego
Harrisville, UT

After the U plays Oregon....the national media surely will have something to say RE: the Ute's ineptitude.

Fact: Utah doesn't go to bowl games anymore.

Tators
Hyrum, UT

@ Chris B:

I'll have to take your word for it concerning all of the national press articles after BYU's impressive victory over Texas, since you obviously pay way more attention to BYU than anyone else I know... even us ardent fans. Hence, the reputation you have for your growing obsession with all things BYU. But in case you forgot, even you admitted right afterward that you were wrong and that it was a very good win for BYU... something I commended you for at the time.

However, I did notice BYU getting a lot of accolades on national TV after their Texas win. They also jumped way ahead of Utah in the Sagarin rankings... which was commendable, though not unexpected. It all kind of sets the stage for their big followup victory this Saturday... though this time it will no longer be an upset... except with you, Spokane Ute, azute, and a perhaps a few other bellicose people on the hill.

Samurai Jake
Salt Lake City, UT

@WisconsinCougarFan:

Your argument is pointless, because you're cheering for the wrong team. Go Packers!

@Tators:

Your comebacks need work. "Less is more." Trying way too hard to prove your genius in every post gets old.

Go Utes!

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