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Published: Wednesday, Aug. 6 2014 1:07 p.m. MDT

Updated: Wednesday, Aug. 6 2014 1:07 p.m. MDT

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Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

Which Cougars are most crucial for success in 2014? The schedule-makers.

If BYU can find enough patsies to play, eventually they should go undefeated.

bournesupremacy
Kaysville, UT

@brave - San Diego huh? I guess Kyle Van Noy DOMINATING the aztecs still stings.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

bourne,

Kyle Van Noy went 0-4 in his super bowl games. It didn't matter what team we had out there and what team byU had out there, van noy and byu are simply a big step below big brother and don't have the talent or coaching to beat us.

Tell us, whats it going to feel like when you go at least 7 years without a win over your rival?

Glad I don't know that feeling. Never have, never will. But you do.

Cougar Nation #1
Provo, UT

Chris B, you guys are our little sister. Do you have a national championship in football? Heisman Trophy winner? Doak Walker Award winner? Outland Trophy? How many conference championships (WAC & MWC)? We know how many pac-10 championships and will have for the next 10 years? Zero.

BTW, utah didn't beat BYU from 1979 to 1987.

bournesupremacy
Kaysville, UT

oh chris b its so funny that you actually THINK BYU fans think that much of the u. utah is BYU's 'super bowl'??? I don't think I have laughed this hard since suspender boy ran away from Bronco with his tail between his legs. FACT of the matter is, BYU is utah's 'super bowl' proof being that there isn't a u fan that cares that they haven't been to a bowl in two years (soon to be three) and their claim to success is that they beat BYU the last 4 years. this is also proof, like Courgar Nation #1 so eloquently stated already, the u is AND ALWAYS WILL BE BYU's little sister.
Question for you chris b - who is going to be utah's new HC next year???

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