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Published: Tuesday, March 11 2014 4:05 p.m. MDT

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Pavalova
Surfers Paradise, AU

14 pts for a division 1 bball team. Wow!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

BYU women lost to their rival Utah earlier in the year
byu women are now 1-2 against their rival Gonzaga

byu men lost to their rival Utah earlier in the year
byu men are about to be 1-2 against their Gonzaga rival

combined men and women's record against the rivals Utah and Gonzaga:

2-6

BeSmart
Cheyenne, WY

CB (Mike)
After the Y mens team makes it to the NCAA tournament.
Are you going to follow through on you wager.

RonBergundy
SANDY, UT

@Chris B. Did you even watch the BYU / Utah Women's game? Probably not. So why do you care?

ClarkHippo
Tooele, UT

@RonBergundy

You have to understand that, Ute fans like Chris B don't really care how well Utah does, just so long as they do better than BYU.

No matter how much you hear Ute fans talk about how they are "So Over BYU," the fact is, they can't let BYU go and they'll never let BYU go.

Even though they now sit at the table of the PAC 12 with teams like UCLA, USC, Stanford and Arizona, the only school that still matters to Utah, and the only school that will ever matter, is BYU.

If Utah goes 1-26 in basketball or 1-11 in football, its okay just so long as BYU did worse.

thebigsamoan
Richmond, VA

@ClarkHippo,

"You have to understand that, Ute fans like Chris B don't really care how well Utah does, just so long as they do better than BYU."

"If Utah goes 1-26 in basketball or 1-11 in football, its okay just so long as BYU did worse."

Thanks! I think I understand better now the depth of their fans hate and disdain of everything BYU. I wish them the best on their goal of winning their conference championship. Hope they do it and BYU gets an invite too. I'd like to see both teams make it.

Good luck to all Utah schools!

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