Weber State basketball: Late rally comes up short as Weber State falls to Arizona in NCAA tournament

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  • Rocket Science Brigham City, UT
    March 22, 2014 11:58 a.m.

    Congratulation to the Wildcats on a great year and a great effort in the Tournament. Thank you to the Seniors and all who represented the school well and did the whole State proud no matter what our favorite team is. You were the favorite team of all the State yesterday.

  • Proud Ute ,
    March 22, 2014 7:09 a.m.

    Weber State Graduate,
    Very classy, thank you very much and apology accepted.
    Although my moniker indicates a die hard Ute, my spouse is a Weber St grad so we split our support between schools. This year has been a especially fun year for us. Although Weber's football team has been struggling Stewart Stadium is a beautiful place to watch a football game and there's no bad seats. You can catch us on the 40 yard line in our banana yellow stadium seats every home game.
    Looking forward to another great season from the basketball team next year. Berry, Tresnak and Richardson will of course be missed but Coach Rahe has a team of outstanding under-classmen that will no doubt step up and should be favored to win the Big Sky again next year.
    Just wish the DN would see fit to cover Weber State better. A little balance would be nice.
    Go Weber!

  • Weber State Graduate Clearfield, UT
    March 21, 2014 6:52 p.m.

    @ Proud Ute

    In a post I made in the article "Weber State plays Arizona tough, but falls 68-59 in NCAA tournament" I erroneously attributed a quote to Proud Ute. I later apologized in a subsequent post, but the article has since been deleted. I want to do the right thing in case Proud Ute didn't get a chance to see my apology. The obnoxious quote I originally attributed to you was instead made by "Where’s Hadley" in another article in an attempt to discredit the Weber State Wildcats in favor of blind PAC 12 conference affiliation.

    Proud Ute has been nothing but supportive of Weber State and their NCAA challenge of beating Arizona with classy and supportive comments...thank you! Again, please accept my humble and profuse apologies!!!!

    Congratulations to those scrappy Weber Wildcats...we are very proud of how you represented our state!