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    Basketball Archive

    What I learned from Saturdays drubbing....
    By: runnutz, Monday 16 December 2013

    What I learned from Saturdays drubbing....

    Posted By: runnutz
    Date: 2013-12-16 09:28:20

    in no particular order....

    Utah basketball is in good hands with this staff..

    we have more ballers than the Y....

    BYU can't guard me man to man..

    thank you BYU for taking Sharp off our roster..

    the Y's bench is thin, physically speaking..

    Utah has depth....

    I wouldn't trade Loveridge or Wright for any two other players

    Our two bigs are getting better thanks to the staff..

    the Utes play as a team and have great chemistry..

    in a pickup game our bench coaches would kill the Y bench coaches..

    the fans are slowly coming around to this group and we should start seeing an increase in attendence...

    I guess we still haven't played a top 100 team....

    it's good to be a Ute..

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