“Stringer, I could care less about the game. I'm a Utah
fan.”How much less could you care about the game?And you’re as much a U fan as I’m a byu-p fan.Go Utes!
I'd like to believe that Brave SirRobin, but Utah has struggled mightily
against a bad BYU team for 2 years in a row (with their starters). I get what
you're saying, though. I understand that Utah wasn't all that great
those years either, but I would expect it to be a close game. Stringer, I could care less about the game. I'm a Utah fan.
Pride goeth before the fall. It would be so hilarious to see the . . . . Utes
LOSE to BYU, at home."NoDuh95:What's REALLY
hilarious is the special kind of empty pride it takes to make such comments over
and over, only to be disappointed, again and again.
Juice Box: "IF Utah can get to the PAC 12 Championship game and will have to
face BYU before that, I would bet money that Whittingham would NOT play many of
the key players in the game."Further evidence that this game is
of no value to Utah. It may be your "Super Bowl", but it's a
State-legislated meaningless game to us.
@Juice Box "If this scenario is true, I would think BYU has an
even better chance to beat Utah this year."If Utah is good
enough to get to the PAC12 championship game, then BYU-P will have no chance at
winning the game, no matter who Utah rests. Most everyone recognizes that BYU-P
is likely an average or below average G5 team, and any team that is good enough
to win a division of the PAC12 will be ranked in the top 15 and isn't
going to lose a home game to a team like that. Sorry, that's just the
ND95CA,IF Utah can get to the PAC 12 Championship game and will have
to face BYU before that, I would bet money that Whittingham would NOT play many
of the key players in the game. If this scenario is true, I would think BYU has
an even better chance to beat Utah this year.Why would you play key
players for a rough rivalry game the week before you play for a meaningful
championship game that could springboard you into a NY6 Bowl or Playoff game?
That just wouldn't make sense. I would just play backups and get the depth
a little more developed. Win or lose, you're going to the CCG- the game
@Y>U"Of course with Utah, which counts spring scrimmages and
wins against their own Alumni in their record..."Oh please do
explain (I can't wait to hear this)...
Glad to Enis’ name popping up as a new standout. Utah desperately needs
some WRs to step up, or the offense will have a rough year.
SimpletonPride goeth before the fall.It would be so
hilarious to see the newly crowned PAC South champion Utes LOSE to
BYU, at home, on their way to their first CCG.Impossible
U say?That’s what the fans of every overwhelming favorite say
right before the impossible happens.
Our O-Line is going to be absolutely SICK this year & it’s really
quite the story about TF Daniels.....I’m also stoked about Ford!All of these kids are cross-trained to one extent or another, particularly
Ford, who was also getting a bunch of reps @ C earlier.....This is absolutely
@ U>YWhit does want 8 offensive linemen starters on the roster,
correct. Whit will have 8 consecutive wins in a row, correct.Joy, happiness, sheer domination...
"Utes return four starters on O-line but Whitt wants four more"The only way Whitt is getting four more starters is to recruit former starters
from bygone seasons.Of course with Utah, which counts spring
scrimmages and wins against their own Alumni in their record...anything is possible.