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Published: Sunday, Aug. 10 2014 2:05 p.m. MDT

Updated: Sunday, Aug. 10 2014 9:05 p.m. MDT

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Mike Johnson
Stafford, VA

Best wishes to all these athletes.

I am sure the many SUU fans were pleased that Sorenson did well in his NFL debut and the fact that he combined with a former Aggie was undoubtedly pleasing to them as well. That a USU fan would considered there would be animosity between USU and SUU, is curious. I would think SUU fans would love it when SUU is mentioned along with an instate FBS school.

Riverton Cougar
Riverton, UT

"Quite sad that USU fans think so little of their program the best they can do is brag they are better than SUU."

USU has been ranked higher than Utah for about 3 or 4 straight years. You should be grateful that the U is better than SUU.

Wiscougarfan
River Falls, WI

RE: Chris B.

"There are a couple SUU and USU fans that like to talk up their programs as if they mattered. Neither of them are relevant nor have they been at any time in the last several decade. I think since none of them have anything to brag about they have developed this weird rivalry..."

Actually, both SUU and USU have overachieved in recent years and deserve props for doing so. SUU has a QB in the NFL... that still blows my mind. And USU has a legitimate case for being the top Utah football program over the last five years. Congrats to them for turning around the program and getting to where they are now.

RSL*
Why, AZ

SUU and USU are over achievers. I think Chris is disappointed that more USU players are getting drafted in the NFL than the Utes in the last few years. I thought the PAC 12 was suppose to help recruiting.

Brio
Alpine, UT

It appears that Chris B's comment was once again so irrelevant and negative that it was taken down. That should tell you something, Chris.

It doesn't diminish the Ute program if any of their fans pull for and supports other players and teams from around the state. You should try it. It's not an all or nothing type of thing.

Try to show some support for fans and teams from other programs and you will then increase the odds of their fans showing support for you and your team. As it currently is, your negative and haughty attitude makes it much more difficult for them (us) to do so. It has cost you a lot of credibility in the past.

Personally, I totally enjoy it whenever any team from the state of Utah and/or any of their former players does well on the national level... such as in the NFL. It makes me proud of all the good programs we currently have in our state and with the future looking to get even better.

Sambonethegreat
Salt Lake City, UT

@ Brio

That is by far the most sensible comment I've read on here in a long time. Bravo, kind sir.

@Mike Johnson

There's only animosity because of one SUU fan who routinely posts negative material on here. Think Chris B, but for Utah State instead of BYU.

Stang08
Southern, UT

How many times do I have to say I'm not the only SUU fan Go Big Blue? I don't really pay attention to the NFL so I didn't see the moment. Mike Johnson, he is just trying to get under my skin. Yes I do not like USU but as I said before I don't really pay attention to the NFL so it doesn't effect me. That's just your typical aggie fan speaking. Gotta agree with part of Wiscougarfan's statement. Go Big Blue is really disappointing and the comments from others are showing that.

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

Aggies performed well in the first week of the preseason. It is great to see players take what they learned Cache Valley and build upon it.

08Stanley
Salt Lake City, UT

Kerwyn soiled Brad's hand's with that hand-off in the game. Brad is a great bench-warmur and will be for years.

Stang08
Southern, UT

Those are your words 08Stanley. If you ask me you are to much of a fan. Even I'm not that bad.

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