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Published: Wednesday, April 2 2014 5:46 p.m. MDT

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Cougar 4 Life
Provo, UT

Kyle will do great. He's mentally tough and will work hard to get back! He's optimistic. Great player. You are in our thoughts!

mnsave
Rigby, ID

Another positive for KC is his brother went through similar trials, but worse. I think he has outstanding family support and experience. I will be surprised if we don't see him playing next year.

The Rock
Federal Way, WA

With Carlino moving on to hopefully greener pastures (for him) BYU has to develop another point guard anyway. If KC is not ready to go by the first game this will just give the developing point guard more experience running the offense.

Having a backup point guard come in with more experience is not a bad thing.

BlueHusky
Mission Viejo, CA

Hopefully, KC will be OK next fall, but his brother essentially never recovered from injuries. I'm hoping some of the kids coming in can develop into a real PG. If KC recovers so much the better. Here are my guesses: Winder and Bartley.

Hopefully they can step up. Actually I think Winder is a better 2 guard, and Bartley was a work in progress this season, but he has the tools to be a starter. But still, I think of him as a 2 along with Anson. So will a complete #1 step up?

Osgrath
Provo, UT

I still chuckle about the criticism of Collinsworth early in the season, especially on the ESPN game discussion boards. I'm hoping that while he rehabs his knees he gets a lot of time in at the foul line, but with that one weakness, he is still an amazingly complete player.

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