Utah football: Utes gaining confidence as QB Jon Hays is finding his

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  • Bleed Crimson Sandy, Utah
    Nov. 7, 2011 3:14 p.m.

    I disagree AggieLuva about your opinion on Jordan Wynn. Wynn is one of the better quarterbacks in Pac-12 (behind Luck, Barkley, Foles) because he is smart, he makes the right reeds, and he plays with heart especially coming back from a shoulder injury. The only problem he has is being injury prone. Utah's offense was in sync up until his injury in the Washington game. I'm glad John Hays is finally starting to gel. He still has a ways to go, but he is starting to move the offense efficiently. I except Wynn to start next year. But, Hays should be getting plenty of reps as a back up.

    Nov. 7, 2011 10:57 a.m.

    AggieLuva, Jordan has more heart and ability than an outsider would know, but you might not see it in the same way because he also has composure and plays within himself. I think everyone involved with the team knows that barring any setbacks in rehab, he is the clear cut starter next year. Travis Wilson and Chase Hansen are talented, but they are not Matt Barkley or Jake Locker. They won't come in right away and lead the team. As for now, Hays is coming up to the level of an adequate D-I backup QB and that will be invaluable to the team next year.

  • AggieLuva South Jordan, UT
    Nov. 7, 2011 9:20 a.m.

    Finally Utah fans are realizing that Wynnie was and is as bad as I called for over 2 years. Utah needs to bring in some legit QB's to compete and Wynnie was and hasn't been to answer. I'm not saying Hays is anything special, but he has heart and plays to the best of his ability and most important has heart. Great win Utah, Travis Wilson, and Chase Hansen isn't the only answer. Get at least 1 more to make sure there is a clear cut starter for next year. Again, great win Utah!