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Published: Thursday, May 15 2014 11:50 a.m. MDT

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Cletus from Coalville
Coalville, UT

We will be there in Levi's stadium for sure winning the title for sure this year just wait and see and then forward and upward to a national title this year like when we won Alabama!

Go Utes!

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

Love the idea. Cletus, it may be a few years until we get there. But we will get there, and I think within 3-4 years. You on the other hand will never be there, nor will you be in any power conference title game.

Know why?

No power conference wants you.

Go UTES!

Cletus from Coalville
Coalville, UT

You are wrong Chris B because we are prestegous because we are in a power conference and byu is not and that means we will win the national championship for sure and byu will never because they are not in a power conference and not pretegous like us so they can't go forward and upward.

Go Utes!

Tajemnica
Santa Monica, CA

Funny comments. Funny funny comments.

Fight On!
St George, Utah

Chris B

"But we will get there, and I think within 3-4 years."

You never cease to amaze me. 8 months from now U will be coming off of a 3rd straight losing season, starting from scratch with a new Head Coach, and missing a bowl game for the 3rd straight season, not to mention no built-in win over your Rival to keep the ego intact.

Remember, you have to win the PAC-12 South before you can play in the Conference Championship Game. And the U is light-years behind USC, UCLA, and ASU and the gap is just widening. Go look at the difference in the quality of recruits between your team and the 3 listed above... Not looking good.

I thin

Tajemnica
Santa Monica, CA

Maybe what Chris B is referring to when he says, "But we will get there, and I think within 3-4 years." is that the u and their fans will attend the game between my trojans and Oregon or Stanford. If that's the case I think there is a very real possiblility that the utes will get there...just watching from the sidelines instead of playing.

Until then the utes can form their own minor league division of the PAC 10 with Colorado. Or don't. I don't care.

I love my PAC 10 membership (major leagues division).

I love actually competing.

I love winning more than one big game a year.

Go Trojans!

Chris B. 4 Prez!
Salt Lake City, UT

@Taj:

My Utes have pushed your storied trojans to the brink by my Utes for the past several years. This year, the Utes finally get over the SC hump.

Fight On!
St George, Utah

Chris B. 4 Prez,

"my Utes have pushed your storied Trojans to the brink"

19-3
38-28
23-14

If you couldn't beat us during our probation years, what hope do you have when we are at full strength and have a full roster? Be real, you have yet to come within 9 points of beating my Trojans.
And with Sark in charge, you can bet the annual Ute beatdown will get special attention.

At UW, Sark dominated the Utes.
What makes you think that will be any different now he has the best talent in the Nation available? I will be at RES for the game on Oct. 25th to witness the massacre.

Tajemnica
Santa Monica, CA

@Chris B. 4 Prez!

That's like saying BYU pushed utah to the brink in the last few years. You want to use the same argument against USC that BYU fans use against utah? Well that's fine. I'll use the same argument that you use against BYU. The fact of the matter is...BYU lost the last 4 games to the utes. Doesn't matter if it was close or not. A win is a win, a loss is a loss. BYU is 0-4 to the utes the last four years. Same argument. utah is 0-3 against USC the last three years. To further use the BYU/utah argument...How does it feel to know your seniors will have gone 0-4 to your big brother in SOCAL?

jarka-rus
Layton, Utah

These comments are cracking me up

VegasUte
Las Vegas, NV

Can I just say one thing:

I love Cletus from Coalville!

Whether Cletus is a Ute or a Coug, his posts are always 100% awesome!

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