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Published: Wednesday, May 28 2014 10:50 p.m. MDT

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souptwins
Lindon, UT

Good luck to all the athletes! I hope most make it to Eugene for the finals.

Oh, and Go Coug's!

Objectified
Richfield, UT

Interesting that BYU has more qualifiers than the other 2 big in-state universities combined. Kinda hard for the anti-BYU zealots to put one of their negative spins on this one.

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

@Objectified

OK, you win...you can have the track smack. We'll let you have women's soccer too. Utah has it in pretty much every other sport.

Ufan
Salt Lake City, UT

timid sparrow

"OK, you win...you can have the track smack. We'll let you have women's soccer too. Utah has it in pretty much every other sport."

Football - BYU 9 straight bowl games; Utah 2 straight bowl less seasons - NOPE!
M Basketball - BYU 7 NCAAs in the last 9 seasons; Utah only 1 - NOPE!
W Basketball - BYU Elite 8; Utah not even invited - NOPE!
M Volleyball - BYU Final 4; Utah doesn't even compete - NOPE!
W Volleyball - BYU Elite 8; Utah not even invited - NOPE!
M Soccer - BYU currently 9-0; Utah doesn't compete - NOPE!
W Soccer - BYU Round of 32; Utah lost in the first round - NOPE!
M Baseball - BYU outscored Utah 38-23 in splitting 4 games 2-2 - NOPE!
W Softball - BYU 1-2 in round robin; Utah not even invited - NOPE!
M and W Cross Country, M and W Indoor Track, M and W Outdoor Track - are U kidding?

Current Director's Cup Standings
#37 BYU - 469.50 points
#61 Utah - 298.25 points

And, let's not forget Rugby, in which BYU won its third straight National Championship, beating Utah 41-21 in the Wasatch Cup match.

Unfortunately for U, your fantasies don't come anywhere close to reality.

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