Comments about ‘BYU football: A year after Poinsettia Bowl heroics, BYU's Kyle Van Noy set for final collegiate game’

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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 25 2013 7:50 p.m. MST

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Mildred in Fillmore
Salt Lake City, UT

Van Noy will dominate his final college game.

He'll then be a top 10 NFL draft pick.

poyman
Lincoln City, OR

That's where I have him too Mildred.

Frankenberry
Saint George, UT

Well, I hope KVN has a great game but he'll have a tough time topping that Poinsettioa Bowl where he PERSONALLY outscored SDSU. Good luck to all the Cougs!

CougarSunDevil
Phoenix, AZ

I think you're wrong on KVN's draft stock. I like him and think he is a great guy, but he didn't do as well against the better competition this year. I think he get's drafted, but not in the first round, let alone the top 10. Again, not because he's bad, just not as good against the better competition.

mohokat
Ogden, UT

What ever where ever good luck KVN

BYUalum
South Jordan, UT

If Kyle Van Noy is in top form for this game, I think the Cougars will do well. They need several players to be at their best. The offense just needs to move out quickly at the beginning of the game and be dominate. Eye of the tiger, BYU.

Go Cougars!

nampaaggie9
nampa, ID

@mildred, keep dreaming, top 10 ..............not even close, and will never be as good as bobby wagner, keep dreamin' in fillmore.

Pavalova
Surfers Paradise, AU

I just hope our defense can play as good as Utah this bowl season. Offensively, we have a lot of work to do.

Steven S Jarvis
Orem, UT

KVN wasn't as impressive this year BECAUSE the play usually was directed away from him. I think NFL scouts can see the difference. He won't be the first linebacker taken. He probably will be the third. The guy from Wisconsin probably goes first for the position. Not sure who will slip into second, but it will probably be some SEC guy I haven't watched this year. If not the first round, KVN goes early in the second.

GL to the Cougars!

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