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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 23 2013 10:15 p.m. MDT

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Salt Lake City, UT

I can't wait for the season to get going. BYU will be stellar this year and should get into the NCAA tourney. The team seems eager to start to put the hammer down. Mika will be great and Haws will have another breakout season. Carlino will be much improved and will make fewer mistakes.

Salt Lake City, UT

If Mika could put up those numbers every game, that would be good. Really Good.

Aurora, CO

Bring it on!

Ready for another run at the WCC title, then on to the NCAA's. More experience this year with the return of Collingsworth and a good group of recruits to fill in the positions vacated by graduating players.

No mention of Collingsworth in the article how did Kyle do in his return?

Should be an exciting year for Cougar basketball and all things BYU!

Goooooooooooo Cougars!!!

Frisco, TX

This is going to be a great season.

Mika looked as good as advertised. If he can stay out of foul trouble, he will be a force to be reckoned with.

Carlino looked as good as he did during the NIT last year. If he can keep up the consistency, watch out.

Sharp and Winder looked healthier than I've seen them for a long time. Both will add valuable minutes.

Haws and Collinsworth look like they'll have amazing seasons again.

Halford and Bartley look like the most impressive new comers (excluding Mika, who we knew would be a starter).

Overall, great line-up and depth at 1-2-3 positions. I still wish we had one more big guy. NCAA, here we come!

Springville, UT

This will be a really interesting year.

Gone fishin
PAC Country, WA

Not a Cougar fan but I like the school and the basketball program will outclass every other team in the state. I just hope my Zags can hold them off in the WCC. it looks like BYU will be REALLY good for years to come and their recruiting is the best in the state.

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