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Published: Friday, Nov. 8 2013 11:55 p.m. MST

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thebigsamoan
Richmond, VA

No question their big men outplayed ours but I'm confident that as the season moves on Mika and Worthington will improve. Can't wait to see us against the Utes. They seem to be vastly improved from last year.

Go Cougars! Go Utes and Aggies too until we meet on the court!

WSUAlumnus
Roy, UT

Arguably a bit condescending, needs a bit more review on facts concerning the background of the Wildcats. But I assume this writer hasn't the time or interest to be a full time, well researched sports columnist. BYU no doubt has an in-state advantage in recruiting, but you mistakenly say that Weber State typically doesn't get talented players who have recruiting offers from bigger programs, not so on out-of-state recruits, especially these past few years. Would also say with confidence that had the Wildcats got a better start in the BYU game, they very well could/should have won. GO WILDCATS!

DresdenBalla
Germany, 00

WSUAlumnus - for sure Weber State has some talented players and recruiting services are wrong about players a bunch (Jimmer Fredette, Cody Hoffman, Alex Smith, Eric Weddle, Chuckie Keeton, Damion Lillard, just to name a few local examples). But I would be interested to know which current Weber State players had offers from which major programs...

WSUAlumnus
Roy, UT

It was stated that Joel Bolomboy had offers from New Mexico & Clemson...Senglin (our promising new freshman guard) had offers from Houston, Texas A&M and LSU. You mention Damion Lillard, a great find by Coach Rahe, his outstanding visibility in the NBA will provide valuable PR for recruiting in a mid-major program like Weber State!

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