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Published: Saturday, Oct. 26 2013 10:00 a.m. MDT

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yankees27
Heber, Utah

So, ya, this game didn't accomplish much. Although it was an old fashioned rear kicking by AF, the Wasatch D was just plain tired. They were on the field more than what you would expect or want for most of the year. Kudos to them for holding up as well as they did all year. The O line was a pleasant surprise this year, and held their own against kids who outweighed them by about 50 lbs. on average. Moving forward, the offense is going to need a ton of work. The experience Davis was able to gain will mean a ton next year though, so that's encouraging. It sucked to watch the boys go out in a game like this that meant nothing to either team. Hopefully Wasatch and PC will continue the rivalry game next year.

Good job B#56, the best undersized D-end I watched all year! You worked hard, and it showed on the field.

Kenny Bristow
Heber City, UT

It was a pleasure to cover Wasatch this season. In what may have been the toughest challenge the program has faced in years, the Wasps played their guts out at all times and never let the hype of facing a "superior" opponent keep them from working hard. A total class team from top to bottom. And I agree with yankees27... Brendan Edler was a force from his D-end position all season. Hopefully the kid will see some props for his fourth-ranked 7.5 QB sacks in Region 8.

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