And Utah lost in Logan. Seems to me the title WACville is a shoe that's
fitting the other foot much better these days.
"But Notre Dame isn't WACville."Doesn't matter
because BYU lost in South Bend. That fact is, out of BYU's 8 wins, 6 of
them came from WAC, MWC, or Big Sky schools.
U 90Corona, CAHmmmm, our journey went through a lot of
conferences, and ended in San Diego. If it makes the pain a little easier for
you to denigrate someone else's accomplishments, then go ahead. But Notre Dame isn't WACville.
KVN/Hoff want 0-4 against UTAH,Your username and comments as well as
the fact that you only post on BYU articles show that you are the little
brother. A few years of beating BYU in a row does not make the U the big
brother. The actions of you and other Ute fans (read "BYU haters") show
who is still the little brother.As far as this list goes, do some of
you not understand the word "potential". It means that the author thinks
that these 10 could potentially be drafted. He is not saying they all will. I
agree that some are a stretch and frankly this article was probably just made
because it is the off season and spring training camps are done, so football
writers don't really have much to write about.
@ Y GradDad "I wonder which hurts worse, losing to your rival (again), or
sitting home while the team you beat goes to, and wins, a bowl game. Don't
know about you, but I put a lot of stock in the way things end"I
guess it depends on the journey that precedes the bowl, whether or not your path
went through WACville or a major football conference. To each his own I guess,
if you prefer to play a WAC schedule to ensure participation in a lower level
bowl, then you got what you wanted.
No, Utah players have other reasons to be despondent. Getting invited to play
with the big boys, only to find your prospects continually dwindling will do
that to you. I wonder which hurts worse, losing to your rival
(again), or sitting home while the team you beat goes to, and wins, a bowl game.
Don't know about you, but I put a lot of stock in the way things end.
van Noy is the only real NFL prospect in that list. Many of the rest
wouldn't even start in major conferences. van Noy is quite capable of
making it big if it all stays together for him as it did last year.
What doe KVN and Hoffman have in common? They are 0-3 against big brother in
their careers.I wonder what it feels like to never beat your rival
in your entire career? I'm glad our guys dont know what it feels like.LOL
Isn't every player "potentially" eligible for the NFL draft?
If Kyle Van Noy stays healthy he will be a first round draft pick next year ..
he is that good.
It's waaay too soon to project draftability for most of these guys. We do
have a lot of talent on this team though. More than enough to beat the haughty
Utes. That will be fun!