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Published: Friday, March 7 2014 6:23 p.m. MST

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MyPerspective
Salt Lake City, UT

That's an interesting write up...good research, Dirk. Breaking into the NCAA tournament is a lot to hope for at this point but this season has been great anyway! Coach K has brought the fun back to Utah basketball!!

Go Utes!!

souptwins
Lindon, UT

Sshhh Yahoo should not be telling Utah fans that beating BYU at home was against "top competition". They don't like thinking of BYU that way even though most the rest of the country does.

motorbike
Cottonwood Heights, UT

souptwins

"Sshhh Yahoo should not be telling Utah fans that beating BYU at home was against 'top competition'."

Nothing wrong at all with Yahoo saying that ... see the key word in your sentence is "beating" - which is exactly what Utah laid on your cougs.

Magna Ute Fan
Magna, UT

souptwins- That was a great night. I remember before the game seeing all those cougar fans there. I went out to get a drink and they started chanting in unison. It was impressive, and just a little unsettling. But by the end I was so glad they all come to witness the whoopin'.

Then the Utah student section started to chant "Just like football!" It was awesome. See you next year.

Chamberlain
Salt Lake City, UT

The actual quote:

"The Utes, 18-2 at home this year, have routinely UPENDED top competition, including the likes of BYU, UCLA and Arizona St."

Upended, as in, UPSET Top Competition, in other words, the Utes weren't expected to beat BETTER teams like BYU, UCLA and ASU, but somehow managed to pull off the upset.

Riddles in the Dark
Olympus Cove, Utah

To put things in perspective, when was the last night BYU "upset" Utah in the Marriott Center?

Utah'95
FPO, AE

Chamberlain,

According to the dictionary:

Upend: to set on end; to defeat in competition, as in boxing or business.

Upset: to defeat or overthrow an opponent that is considered more formidable, as in war, politics, or sports.

You may think the words are synonymous, but they are not.

The point is, Utah won the game, and did it convincingly.

Down under
Salt Lake City, UT

Sine when did Yahoo become basketball experts?

Down under
Salt Lake City, UT

Sleeper might not be a good term. Yawner may be more appropriate.

jarka-rus
Layton, Utah

they will make absolutely no noise in the tournament LOL

Duckhunter
Highland, UT

Well "sleeper" as in 'home asleep' while everyone that is actually good is still playing. Sure I'll agree with that. lol

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

Not a tournament year for the Utes; but we should be a solid NIT team.

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