copacetic,It must be nice having Sagacious come back you up.
He's from Logan too I noticed. You guys should get together and talk
strategy. Here is a gem: byu hasn't advanced past the sweet 16
in several decades. On another article you misread that and told me byu got to
the sweet 16 once a few years ago.But again, byu hasn't
advanced past the sweet 16 in severl decades.
If they're relying on "star power" they're doomed. They
don't have a star other than the one they're wishing on.
Scrappy...None and done... Just like every year for Utah.I'm not so sure you actually understand basketball "reality".
@ scrappy do:Since you've made it obvious that you don't
follow BYU basketball much, let me inform you that BYU made it to the final 16
just a few years ago and barely missed making it to the field of 16 - 8 (8).
That's truly not a 1 and done situation to make it 3/4's of the way
thru the tournament.Another reminder for you obviously jealous Ute
fans, literally half of all NCAA tourney qualifiers are one-and-done after their
first game each year. So that's actually expected from most higher seeded
teams. That's the way it's designed to be. Informed fans aren't
critical of such things. Jealous fans obviously are.BTW: Utah would
love to be in a situation to be able to go one-and-done. How long has it been
since they've even been invited to the NCAA tournament? Jealousy can be an
Tyler Haws is 5th on BYU's all-time scoring list. And he still has one
more year of eligibility.He's a star.
NCAA tournament runs and BYU do not belong in the same sentence. What actual
constitutes a "run"?
one and done this year, just like every year for BYUthey should be
in the NIT in all reality
storied program but elusive NCAA wins?I think you need the latter to
be called the former
It is yet to be determined if BYU even gets invited. Additionally, players like
Tyler Hawes aren't quite yet "stars". But, perhaps soon.