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    I come here at this time to acknowledge jumping to conclusions.

    by 77ute
    2014-10-16 23:45:33

    I made some harsh statements about the program, and I did so out of frustration and emotion.

    Let me say that Booker won this game. Period. The passing game is horrendous, the secondary gave up huge plays again, but it was Booker who got it done. Thank you!

    Nevertheless, the next five games could be ugly if the passing game doesn't improve significantly.

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    Game over. Hello the very real possibility of losing six in a row.

    by 77ute
    2014-10-16 22:48:43

    Forgive the pessimism, but based on what I've seen today, I have zero confidence this team gets to six wins now.

    Utah has four offensive TDs in the last four games.

    Just when I get pumped that Utah football will actually have a winning record in the conference, the same old crap happens.

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    I don't understand why 11 D-1 offensive players can't string together a few first downs.

    by 77ute
    2014-10-16 22:35:29

    The offensive is an utter embarrassment. Can you imagine how pathetic this team would be without such a stellar defense? That said, there is no excuse for this abysmal display on offense.

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    That long pass could be the game.

    by 77ute
    2014-10-16 22:32:08

    Utah's offensive is that bad.

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    I interrupt talk of this great victory to point out that Washington State's Connor Halliday threw for an FBS-record 734 yards against Cal tonight (yes, you read that right).

    by 77ute
    2014-10-05 00:43:34

    Washington State scored 59 points...and lost as WSU missed a 20-yard field goal as time expired. Crazy.

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    Please forgive my lack of faith. Utah proved me wrong...finally!

    by 77ute
    2014-10-04 23:59:01

    I thought they would blow this lead. I'm glad I was wrong. Not pretty, and boy were there some gut-wrenching moments, but what a win for this program!

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    Too conservative on offense. Same old crap.

    by 77ute
    2014-10-04 23:20:09

    Oh, and another drop. What do you know?

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    I'm tired of this team putting me through this agony.

    by 77ute
    2014-10-04 23:17:35

    I hope I'm wrong, but I have little to no hope Utah will hang onto to this lead. Up 10 with the ball, and Clay drops a wide open pass. He makes that and Utah is nearing the red zone, able to run off a few minutes of clock. Instead, punt and a 93-yard pass.

    This sucks!

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    Here's what else is funny...

    by 77ute
    2014-10-04 00:42:05

    BYU has three home games left: Nevada, UNLV and Savannah State. You'd have to quite the diehard BYU fan to sit in the cold and watch a scout team backup QB play against that competition (though I should be careful to ridicule Nevada; the Wolfpack knocked off Washington State). UNLV is awful and Savannah State is quite possibly the worst team in college football--Division II and Division III included.

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    Great win for the Aggies!

    by 77ute
    2014-10-04 00:18:08

    First off, I never want to see a player suffer a severe injury, regardless of the team. I really don't. But this BYU team, even with Hill, was not a team worth mentioning making the New Year's Day six bowls, or whatever it's being called. If Hill doesn't get hurt does BYU beat USU tonight? I have no idea. But his injury had nothing to do with the fact USU rolled up more than 450 yards led by a backup QB and a linebacker running the ball.

    I'm not happy to see Hill fracture his leg, but I am thrilled that this senseless talk about BYU making the first-ever College Football Playoff is over.

    Now, it's on to Utah-UCLA. Time for redemption!

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    Being up 24-7 at the half is good. But here's what is not good:

    by 77ute
    2014-09-27 19:59:38

    1- Horrendous offensive line play
    2- Zero catches for Dres
    3- Poor 3rd down/4th down defense in second quarter
    4- Boneheaded penalties

    This game is an absolute must win for Utah. They cannot lose. There simply aren't many other probable wins this season.

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    Sorry, but this offense looks awful.

    by 77ute
    2014-09-27 19:18:47

    Wilson has pressure on every play. What is going on?

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    I know it's early in the season, so perhaps it's not fair to make too many judgements about how well Utah will fare this year.

    by 77ute
    2014-09-06 22:48:01

    But based on what I've seen out of Utah and out of other conference teams, it'll be a huge disappointment if Utah can't go at least 4-6 the rest of the way to qualify for a bowl.

    There's no reason Utah shouldn't beat Washington State and Colorado. And suddenly UCLA doesn't look close to unbeatable.

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    Looks like Scott has some pounds to shed. Best of luck to him.

    by 77ute
    2014-08-06 21:19:36

    http://www.foxsports.com/buzzer/story/sco tt-mitchell-the-biggest-loser-080614

    I remember him being 235 in college, but 366, even at 6-6, is pretty large for a former QB.

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    According the headline on the front page of the college football section at ESPN.com, Utah's QB race just got one more addition.

    by 77ute
    2014-06-28 15:32:23

    http://espn.go.com/college-football/

    Can't wait to see this Miller kid in fall camp.

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    After watching Stanford get to the Sweet 16 and watching Oregon go toe-to-toe with No. 2 seed Wisconsin in the round of 32, I believe the Utes were a much better team than they showed in the last two games of this season.

    by 77ute
    2014-03-23 13:14:50

    Utah needs to develop some toughness and composure.

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    Not even sure where to begin with this one. Up until the Arizona game in the tournament I thought Utah had turned a corner and was gaining some serious momentum for next season.

    by 77ute
    2014-03-18 23:25:41

    But after these last two games Utah has looked no better than they did at the halfway point of last season. I don't get it.

    Let's be honest, St. Mary's had a few nice players, but that team would finish 10th in the PAC-12. Utah beat a handful of teams much better. Tonight was a gutless effort and horrendous coaching. What a gigantic disappointment.

    I'd love to know what was in Delon Wright's head tonight. The guy was incredible for 31 games this year. Against Arizona, and even more so tonight, he looked disinterested and lax.

    I'm sure the Zoobs are loving this. I don't blame them.

    And heading into the Stanford game I thought this team must might make the NCAA tournament.

    Our bigs are soft; no one seems to have a killer instinct; no one has heart; no wants the ball. How Utah can beat a good ASU team at home by nearly 30 and then choke away a game ultimately to lose by double figures against a fourth-place WCC team in a rec center gym is mind-boggling.

    I'm coping with this pitiful effort by watching the Utah-UNC Final Four game, which is currently on PAC-12 Network.

    It's going to be a long few months before football season.

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    It's no secret I loathe BYU, but I am going to try and speak objectively.

    by 77ute
    2014-03-16 17:20:36

    I struggle to see not only why BYU made the tournament, but more so, why they are a 10 seed (some of the pundits on TV agree).

    Please tell me why a mid-major team that didn't win its regular season conference title OR the conference tournament and that lost games to Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, Portland and Pacific made it to the tourney. I know, I know: BYU played a tough non-conference schedule. But they lost most of those games. Do wins over Stanford (a good but not great team) and Texas (a good but not great team) offset the bad losses they had? I guess so.

    The selection process is a mystery to me.

    And for teams like SMU not getting in and UNM only getting a 7 seed, I just don't get it.

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    Obviously I was highly disappointed and disheartened by today's beatdown. But I'm trying to keep things in perspective.

    by 77ute
    2014-03-13 20:45:22

    Arizona is a great team, and today they played as well as they've played all year. Utah, conversely, played quite poorly. A great team playing its best ball and a decent team playing at its worst is not a good combination.

    It was easy to tell that U of A was dialed into this game. The coaches and players were well aware that Utah has gone toe to toe with them the past five meetings. The Wildcats were out to prove they are the class of the league, and they did just that. My hat is off to them.

    As for the Utes, I'm sure Larry has already moved past the game. I hope the players have as well. Considering where this team was two years ago, this was still a nice season—not a great one, but a nice one.

    And it's not over yet.

    Utah will surely get an NIT invite, and I suspect they will get a very winnable draw in the first game. It will probably be at home. I expect to see a solid effort and a W. It should (hopefully) be better than the last time Utah was in the NIT. That was in 2001 when a Dick Hunsaker-coached team (filling in for Majerus who coached just one game that year) put forth a listless performance at home against Memphis and first-year coach John Calipari. The previous NIT appearance to that, of course, was in '92 when Utah eased by Ball State and Rhode Island and squeaked by Arizona State to reach the semifinals.

    Again, I'm trying not to take this massacre too hard. Blowouts happen. They even happen to good teams. They happen in the postseason. Utah has been on both ends before, sometimes in even uglier fashion (believe it or not). Think back to 1994 at the (then) Delta Center when Utah lost by 31 to a BYU team not even close to as talented to this U of A team. Just a year later, Utah was on the other end of a shellacking when it gave New Mexico its worst-ever loss in the PIT (I think it still stands as the worst loss ever in the PTT) with an 86-50 bludgeoning.

    Utah will be OK. Wright will improve his jump shot; Loveridge will improve his toughness and consistency; one of the newcomers will prove to a significant contributor.

    The NIT is a positive step for the program. Yes, the NCAAs would be great, and we all want the Utes back on that stage, but I think Utah has a decent shot of winning a couple of more games this season.

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    Go Utes! Absolutely have to win this one.

    by 77ute
    2014-02-08 18:02:01

    I'm a little concerned about the return of WSU's Lacy. He had eight 3s and 34 points in the loss at Colorado. Hopefully he's ice cold tonight.

    Utes owe the Cougars some big payback. That game in Pullman was horrible.

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    I hate the "What if" game. I really do. But I can't help but wonder where this team could be if it had made just a few plays.

    by 77ute
    2014-02-07 11:36:56

    Right now, Utah is just two and half games away from going from ninth to second place. Five of Utah's six losses have come in the final moments (and the sixth, to Arizona, was close throughout). Just a handfull of plays puts Utah at 7-3 and in second place behind the Wildcats.

    Hopefully this team will learn from its late-game failures and make the plays next year.

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    Obviously, the WSU loss is haunting, but Utah shouldn't have lost to Washington. That's a mediocre team.

    by 77ute
    2014-01-25 16:13:14

    I love what Larry K. has done here, but I really hope Utah can take the next step soon. You've got to be able to beat mediocre/decent teams on the road (Washington, ASU).

    I guess we need to be patient.

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    Cool! All I need is a DeLorian and Gray's Sports Almanac, and I'll be a billionaire

    by 77ute
    2014-01-22 11:09:08

    http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketbal l/story/_/id/10328805/1-billion-offered-pe rfect-tournament-bracket

    This sounds awesome, but the chances of doing this are incalculably small.

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    Yes, the loss at WSU was head-scratching, and the close losses to Oregon and Washington were heartbreaking, but it's hard to be too disappointed about being 3-3 in conference play at this point.

    by 77ute
    2014-01-18 20:53:55

    Isn't this about where most of us thought the team would be at this point? I don't want to play the "what if" or the "if only" game. Utah has played some great ball and some not-so-great ball. They will learn and continue to improve.

    As for next week, I see no reason why Utah can't beat ASU. Arizona could be rough, but who knows, Utah could make it respectable.

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    USC may not be a good team, but that was still a nice win for the Utes.

    by 77ute
    2014-01-16 23:18:40

    Of course, after last week's heartbreaking loss to Washington and the pitiful effort against a bad WSU team, any win would've been good.

    Now Utah needs to somehow take the energy it had tonight on the road.

    I loved how the team came out in the second half. Utah basically put the game away halfway through.

    I can't remember the last time a Utah player had 22 points, 6 rebounds, 6 steals, 5 assists and 2 blocks. Probably never. I'll tell you, if he can develop and outside shot, he will be unstoppable.

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    Decent half. Still poor 3-point shooting. Thank goodness Tucker made a few. And without Wright, where would this team be?

    by 77ute
    2014-01-16 20:54:40

    I'm worried about foul trouble. I'm also worried this Terrell guy is going to start heating up. Utah MUST win this game.

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    Everyone associated with Utah basketball is going to look back on the Washington State debacle with dread the rest of the year.

    by 77ute
    2014-01-15 22:24:04

    If that woeful performance keeps Utah from the NIT, I'm going to be ticked.

    WSU, by the way, just lost to what I thought was a rather pedestrian Stanford team by 32 today, 80-48.

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    Forgive me if this is a repost. But I saw that Kadeem Carey is going pro.

    by 77ute
    2014-01-14 08:18:36

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft2014/story/_/ id/10287823/kadeem-carey-leave-arizona-wil dcats-enter-nfl-draft

    Thank goodness. This guy pretty much single-handedly beat Utah the past two seasons. He went for over 200 each of the last two years. Good luck to him. So glad Utah won't see him again.

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    Say what you want about Steve Fisher, what he has done at SDSU is pretty amazing.

    by 77ute
    2014-01-12 15:17:11

    When he arrived there in the early 2000s, that was one of the worst programs in the nation. Now, they are consistently a legitimate top-25 team. Pretty impressive how he has been able to sustain good to very good teams there.

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    Please remind me, when Wilcox was coming ou of Pleasant Grove High School, did Utah have a shot at him?

    by 77ute
    2014-01-12 14:41:17

    Or was the program such a disaster that he didn't even pay attention to the Ute program? I would have to believe that if Larry K would have been the head man five years ago, Wilcox very well could have been a Ute. He's a very good player. At least he didn't become a Zoob.

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    RE: We learned some things tonight: 1 - This is Booker's team. He is our guy. 2 - Wilson should be starting. He is a better overall QB. 3 - We need to move the offense away from Dres. Time to bench him next game. Put Patrick, or anyone else out there
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    I come here at this time to acknowledge jumping to conclusions.
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    Must score here.
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    His resume won't look too good after this season.
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    Game over. Hello the very real possibility of losing six in a row.
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    I don't understand why 11 D-1 offensive players can't string together a few first downs.
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    Please forgive my lack of faith. Utah proved me wrong...finally!
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    I'm tired of this team putting me through this agony.
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    Here's what else is funny...
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    Do you live in Utah?
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    Great win for the Aggies!
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    Being up 24-7 at the half is good. But here's what is not good:
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    Sorry, but this offense looks awful.
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    1994: Andre Miller, Michael Doleac, Alex Jensen, Drew Hansen, Brandon Jessie
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    You're exactly right. And I hate to play this game, but imagine what happens if Utah doesn't inexplicably lose to WSU and hangs on to beat Oregon and Arizona at home.
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    That's funny. In all seriousness, this game will be ugly. Very ugly.
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    It's no secret I loathe BYU, but I am going to try and speak objectively.
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    Obviously I was highly disappointed and disheartened by today's beatdown. But I'm trying to keep things in perspective.
    (222 days ago, 5 stars)

    Non-conference schedule was lousy. That has been established. But Utah has beaten UCLA, ASU, Colorado and Cal. Not all that bad.
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    Where was Jeremy Olsen? Oh, and the announcers were awful!
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    You're right, he did not. Neither did Andre Miller.
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    Go Utes! Absolutely have to win this one.
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    I hate the "What if" game. I really do. But I can't help but wonder where this team could be if it had made just a few plays.
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    Forgive me if this is a repost. But I saw that Kadeem Carey is going pro.
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    Yeah, until this team can win a freaking game away from home we as fans really need to temper our expectations. No more NCAA tournament talk. Or NIT talk for that matter.
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    Oh, now I remember Wilcox Sr. Pretty decent player.
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    How bad? Will he be out for a few games?
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    Please remind me, when Wilcox was coming ou of Pleasant Grove High School, did Utah have a shot at him?
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    Winning on the road isn't easy in this conference. There was no shame in Utah losing to the Huskies last week.
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    Thank you, than you! O-line has regressed abysmally since he took over.
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    Am I reading the box score correctly: Utah had only three assists the entire game? Wow!
    (286 days ago, 1 stars)

    A couple of thoughts on the game and this team.
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    Shooting 26% at the half, 0-9 from 3 on the road, and Utah is only down 5? Lucky, lucky, lucky this isn't a 15-point deficit (or worse).
    (286 days ago, 0 stars)

    The point per game average is heavily inflated by the 70 points against a high school-level Weber State team.
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    Yes, All-PAC-12 caliber. Doesn't mean he'll get that (not likely), but he has the talent, I believe.
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    In the two games Utah has faced Washington as a PAC-12 member, Wilcox hasn't fared too well.
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    Kenneth Scott is an All-Conference-caliber receiver. Not having him last year hurt the team considerably.
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    One minor correction: Utah beat Cal in last year's tournament quarterfinal in OT.
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    This is great news...finally!
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    We heard rave reviews about McCormick in fall camp, but he never saw the field.
    (288 days ago, 0 stars)

    Nice win today. Got pretty nervous when it got down to 4, but loads of credit goes to the coaches and players for putting the game out of reach.
    (290 days ago, 2 stars)

    This is an absolutely huge game.
    (290 days ago, 0 stars)

    RE: We're baaaccckkk!
    (292 days ago, 0 stars)

    Thank goodness for this.
    (292 days ago, 3 stars)

    Quite possibly the biggest regular season home game in a decade.
    (294 days ago, 6 stars)

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