Months later we now see the method in Neuhiesels madness: help the Utes beat
BYU, help the Buffs beat the Utes.
Yes thanks Neuhiesel for showing the Utes how to join you as PAC 12 cellar
Have to take exception to the "relevant/irrelevant" argument.If you're one of the guys who put on the pads, every game is relevant &
every snap is relevant. The players know if you don't bring maximum intensity
and maximum commitment every play you're on the bench or off the team. Most of these young student athletes aren't headed for multi-million
dollar contracts but play for the love of their sport, perhaps a scholarship,
& then move off into the sunset to pursue the rest of their lives.That doesn't denigrate their effort, their commitment, or their contribution
to their team, man or woman, whether that team is competitive or not.Spend a day or two trying to repair a broken body, seeing the pain, &
having to tell a student athlete his or her season is over & a year of rehab
is about to begin. Then talk to me about relevance.At times it
appears the gross inhumanity & abject stupidity of some members of our
species is simply beyond belief.
Why do you BYU fans continue to take the bait? Time after time you give give
him attnetion. That's what he wants. If you ignore him, he will go away.As for Chow, he is a classy and talented fella. When he was in blue I
was always envious of BYU because I knew how good Chow was. I am glad to have
him wearing red!
@ Chris BYou missed the target, buddy. This isn't a story about
BYU. I'm curious----just why did you comment yet again your same
looney point of view?
What could Rick have offered Coach Chow that would have helped Utah beat BYU? I
mean what could he have possibly learned in his one meeting with BYU (59-0)
@Chris bThank you! Now if the Utes can just become relevant, it
would be good for the state.
One team in Utah is relevant. The others are not.End of