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Published: Saturday, Nov. 16 2013 8:50 p.m. MST

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What a great example Munns has been, heard nothing but good things about him! As competitive as all players are it has got to be tough to keep such a great attitude.

A lot of great seniors this year, really going to miss them, but much thanks to them for working so hard and seeing it through to the end! Go Cougars!

hi, UT

If only as a token gesture, coaches should have put Munns in anyway.

Reno Cougs Fan 68
Reno, NV

Chris B,
Thanks again for being an expert on all things BYU and sports in general!!! How did the Utes do today again? 1-6 in the Conference of Champions and probably no bowl game for the second year in a row!!! I guess it was a successful year though because you beat BYU and Stanford!!! I do hope you were able to get refunds for your trips to the PAC12 championship and Rose Bowl games!!! Maybe years 4 and 5 will go better then 1-3!!!

Go BYU Rise Up!!!

Lincoln, NE

Jamaal Williams: "I cried like a little baby. I said I wasn’t going to cry. The season isn’t over, so I’m not sentimental now. But by the end of the season, I’m going to be bawling my eyes out because I’m a team player and I love everyone on this team.”

I love Williams and that he's on the team. What a great team player and what a stud.


When I hear things that Hoffman and Williams say, I think to myself, "These guys are not your prototypical selfish athlete. These men are just that: good men!" They are a real tribute to their parents and to themselves. That much talent and skill and yet they care for their teammates and for the larger concept of team. They have brought great honor to themselves and to BYU. Lucky to have them on the team.

Salt Lake City, UT

Why would you play Billy Green and waste a redshirt year?

Sinew South
Centennial, CO


I definitely agree. There ought to be a coach who says "We appreciate your team-first attitude, but get out there and hand the ball off a few times and enjoy the atmosphere of being in the huddle, your last experience as a player at LES..." Is that experience really going to pay off for Ammon, Christian, and Billy?


I also agree. Please tell me that was someone else in Billy Green's jersey?

Frisco, TX

It made no sensse to play Green, unless:

1. The coaches do not see him as a starter in the future.
2. The QB pipeline is so deep that there will be no need to keep him a fifth year.

2013 - Hill / Olsen / Stewart / Green
2014 - Hill / Olsen / Stewart / Green
2015 - Hill / Olsen / Green / Mangum
2016 - Mangum / Green
2017 - Mangum

Enid, OK

1) I'm diggin' those arms on Taysom Hill. Those reek of well thrown, deep passes to keep the DBs scared.

2) I would have played Munns anyway.


Cougar Passion
Salt Lake City, UT

I agree with your "depth chart"; with Mangum back during Hill/Olsen's senior year, I will not at all be surprised to see him starting the next year.

Las Vegas Aggie
Logan, Utah

This could have been a nice gesture but I could also have been thanks but no thanks!

Richmond, VA

All those seniors graduating after this year! All the more reason why the Utes need to be bowl eligible and hopefully play the Cougars one more time in San Francisco! Btw, hope the Cougs get some good players to replace all those guys graduating. Van Noy and Hoffman will be hard to replace!

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