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Published: Saturday, March 29 2014 11:25 a.m. MDT

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CG
Orem, UT

CB

"...to have a good go fast go hard offense you need players that, ya know, go fast and hard."

You can count Utah out then.

Horrible Stumper
Hyrum, UT

Any improvement at all should result in a 9 win season easily. Not a real aggressive schedule. They have scheduled some good "name" opponents, but not real great football teams. I hope BYU's improvement results in at least a 10-2 or 11-1 season. They realistically could go undefeated, it is a bit of a stretch, but within reach. Although I am not a Cougar Fan I hope they do go 11-1. Only game I am not cheering for them is against the Aggies. More wins, more exposure for the Cougars. Good luck on a successful season. Both USU and BYU should go bowling again. It would be nice for the Utes to go as well, but that is a far, far stretch based on their recent success in the PAC 10+2.

Ute buster
Salt Lake City, UT

54-10. Utes fans should know all about an easy schedule. Just look at their basketball 2013-14 schedule, one of the biggest crocks in all of college basketball. Look where it landed them; one and done in the lowly nit.

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