Comments about ‘Utah Utes basketball: Utes bounce back to defeat USC, 84-66’

Return to article »

Published: Thursday, Jan. 16 2014 10:05 p.m. MST

Comments
  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
Christopher B
Ogden, UT

Good game overall so far, lets get a big win Utes.

Go Utes!

The Anti Chris
Salt Lake City, UT

Good to see CB on the threads already. This will be a win but not a big win. Remember the Trojans are the worst team in the conference so u better beat them at home. This really boost their RPI.

But seriously folks!
Salt Lake City, UT

Good to see the utes pull off the upset. Way to go tonight.

Big 12 Call Yet?
Ogden, UT

Dominating performance for a big Pac 12 road win.

Best team in the state of Utah, the Pac 12 Utes!

Onward. Upward.

TheSportsAuthority
Arlington, VA

One brief moment of hope for the Utes, before it all comes crashing down starting with UCLA.

TroyTown
Anaheim, CA

Congratulations to the Utes as they reach their high water mark in the conference.

Unfortunately, it's mostly down hill from here.

Y>U
Anaheim, CA

b12

"Best team in the state of Utah,..."

is obvious

#50 BYU
#95 USU
#172 Utah
#198 WSU

ImaUteFan
West Jordan, UT

I see the Y fans are out in force tonight. Figures.

Good bounce back win for the Utes and much improved shooting after their dismal trip to Washington.

Now let's go get UCLA on Saturday.

AZUTE1
Mesa, AZ

It's amazing what going 1-1 against LMU/Pepperdine and continuing this murderer's row of a schedule by beating USD/USF can do for one's confidence....4 schools most of the country's never even heard of before.

Regarding my Alma Mater, we did what we were supposed to do and utterly smashed an inferior opponent tonight....Precisely how we utterly smashed yet another inferior opponent earlier this season, 81-64.

Go Utes!

Ufan
Salt Lake City, UT

Good home win over a decent team.

Rose Bowl call yet?
Salt Lake City, UT

Another upset win at home for the Utes.

This one, however, was much more predictable than the last one, since the Trojans are almost as bad on the road as the Utes, 1-4, with a loss to Utah State in the Spectrum 78-65 earlier this season.

jsanders
Draper , UT

Its crazy how many BYU fans have read this article even tho the game ended a half hour ago

Lifelong Republican
Orem, UT

You never heard of the national champion University of San Francisco?

Uncle Rico
Provo, UT

Re: Y>U

Scoreboard!

Just like football!

Uteanymous
Salt Lake City, Utah

Nice bounce back home win for the Utes over a fellow PAC 12 bottom dweller.

I always find it interesting when the comments from Utah fans about a Utah game are all about BYU.

motorbike
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Y>U,

Have you noticed which way BYU's RPI has been trending despite their win streak?

So yeah, keep touting the RPI and claiming state superiority while you can but don't bother thinking twice about how RPI rankings only matter after all games have been played. Oh and pay no attention to 17 point losses while you're at it.

Y's little brother
Sandy, UT

motorbike

Have you noticed which way Utah's RPI has been trending since PAC 12 play began, contrary to claims from the kids on the hill that Utah's RPI would improve dramatically in conference?

#50 is FAR superior to #172, regardless of how you slice it.

motorbike
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Y's little brother

"#50 is FAR superior to #172, regardless of how you slice it."

And 81 is better than 64, regardless of how you slice it.

Wow, that was just too easy.

UtesBy5
Syracuse, UT

Utes looked good tonight. Bring on UCLA!

Did any of our mid-major teams play tonight? MWC games? Big Sky games? WCC games? I'm betting no WCC games because the majority of the comments about Utah's game have come from WCC fans.

Go Utes!

scott
Alpine, UT

AZUTE1

You need to break out of the crimson bubble some time.

Ever heard of Bill Russell, KC Jones, or Bill Cartwright?

All are former members of a University of San Francisco program that won back-to-back National Championships!

Most knowledgeable college basketball fans would know that.

to comment

DeseretNews.com encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments