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Published: Tuesday, Aug. 12 2014 9:50 p.m. MDT

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Sanefan
Wellsville, UT

If the defense plays up to the level it did last year and with a much improved and more experienced offense; I predict a 11-1, maybe even a 12-0 season.

Christopher B
Ogden, UT

fan,

its same old same old for byu - much more talk and less walk. The truth is with such a horrible schedule, one ranked worse than every big boy power conference team in the nation except for 1, you SHOULD go 11-1 at worst. Funny thing though - not even a 12-0 record(LOL you wont) would get byu in the playoffs.

The playoffs are for big boy conferences only. Sorry.

Want to be in consideration - act like a big boy and schedule 8-9 games a year against big boy conference teams.

taylormade1
Springville, UT

2014 college football sos , Alabama -93 , Oklahoma-95 and byu-97 . Looks like to me the Y in sitting right there with some mighty fine company ! At the end of the season no one could care less who you played if you lose all your games. I love the Y's schedule this year as they have set themselves up perfectly for a New Years Day Bowl . Just win baby !

Down under
Salt Lake City, UT

Yes Crissy. We know about same old, same old. We have seen it for three years on the hill now. No bowl games and a terrible conference record. Playing with the big not working our for you so well is it?

TechMan
Salt Lake City, UT

I'm sorry you need to trash on BYU.
Honestly the bottom-feeder Ute's will be lucky to go 5-7 again! I wouldn't be interested in following my team.

Most analysts have you guys sucking it up again. Mid-50's is what I'm seeing.

Oh, FYI Utah state is normally mid-lower-40's and BYU mid-lower-30's.
BYU is receiving votes for the preseason top-25!

Hemlock
Salt Lake City, UT

CB

People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

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