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Published: Friday, Feb. 21 2014 1:00 p.m. MST

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SoCalTrueBlue2
San Diego, CA

Mitch Matthews showed great promise during his brief stint last year. Personally, I hope Ross Apo does more than "return in full form" but actually lives up to his great potential during his senior year. The three new wideouts will be fun to watch. Should be an exciting offense in 2014, if the Cougs can also bolster its offensive line.

Rikitikitavi
Cardston, Alberta

With all three in place for spring ball we just need an "O" with pass first mentality. No more of the "up the gut" again and again. Triple threat will be great:1)pass, 2)give to RB, 3)Hall bootleg.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

....and the hype machine starts spinning. Good news for BYU is that even if they had Weber State's receiving core the Cougars would still win 9-10 games next season.

FACTchequer
Salt Lake City, UT

2fer

"....and the hype machine starts spinning."

Better the hype machine than the excuse machine that's been spinning on the hill for the last three seasons.

shorts
Payson, UT

RE: Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

"Good news for BYU is that even if they had Weber State's receiving core the Cougars would still win 9-10 games next season." Weber State would lose at least 10 of the games on BYU Schedule.

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