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Published: Saturday, Nov. 9 2013 5:50 p.m. MST

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Southern, UT

Way to bounce back against the rival after last year. This is the best Thunderbird team in school history. Hopefully we make more history and get into the playoffs. The only thing that scares me about that happening is Coach Lamb getting a job at a bigger school and jumping at it. I wouldn't blame him for that but it will just mean after the best year we've ever had we will go backwards. Kinda like a nameless school up North. And I'm not talking about Utah or BYU. Just a bit farther up North from them.

Southern, UT

The article is wrong. We aren't from Dixie we are in Cedar City. Just a quick correction.

North Logan, UT

Check around the country and see who has the better name recognition, Utah State or SUU. At least the sports writers know where Utah State is located.

Southern, UT

Why are you recognized? Because you can't close out the big games. Think about that for a second.

Salt Lake City, UT

Couple of observations:

1. Weber is every bit as bad as they looked two months ago.
2. SUU is better off as a whole without a superstar player. Teamwork = more wins. Good for them.

Southern, UT

For once Sambone and I kind of agree. However, I think every team needs at least one superstar to succeede. Look at USU. Fell apart really when their superstar went down.

Centerville, UT

Oh my gosh. What a pathetic win. Utah State beat Weber 70-6 this year.

Southern, UT

You are one to talk about pathetic wins. Look at all your W's against WAC 2.0 teams. They are a rival and this was a good quality W. Just because the aggies can't win the big games.

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