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Utah State Aggies quarterback Chuckie Keeton (16)is slow to get up after a hit against Utah in Salt Lake City Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. Utah won 24-14. <img style="height:1px; width:1px;" src="http://beacon.deseretconnect.com/beacon.gif?cid=319532&pid=7" data-storyId="178276" data-publisherId="7" />

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Deseret News columnist Brad Rock joins DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams as they discuss what has happened to the durability of college QBs over the past few seasons, including at BYU, Utah and Utah State. Other topics pop up along the way, including if Tanner Mangum can continue his success after two blazing games at the helm of No. 19 BYU's offense and if Utah can continue without skipping a beat with Kendal Thompson in at quarterback.

While Mangum has become a national story (and a surprise super early Heisman candidate), the two also discuss another BYU gaining some national attention on a negative scale. Is BYU playing dirty on the field? Brad and Carter exchange their views on the growing claims that the Cougars aren't playing clean after another incident that occurred in their win over Boise State last week.

This and more on this week's edition of the Deseret News Sports Podcast!

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