What's up with John Cullen? Haven't heard his name all spring.
I think Cullen is out for spring recovering from surgery.
Cullen is practicing, there's a video on youtube of him being interviewed, go
take a look at it
defense is looking good. But I'm still concerned about the "O". Line
has some holes.
The O Line looks worse than they actually are because Utah has 2 absolute beasts
on the D Line that are flat out dominating. Joe Kruger (the younger Kruger) has
been unblockable all spring. He is a freak of nature that is around 6"7'
255 lbs and has great speed for his size. He threw John Cullen on his back
yesterday on a bull rush. He should and will be All-Pac 12 this year. The other
dominator is Star Lotulelei. He is no match for the O Line. Definite All-Pac 12
this year. He will be in the NFL in a few short years.
I think of all the changes made with the offense, the O-line changes are most
extensive. Not only do they have to replace 2 likely draft picks, but adjust to
a new offense, new blocking scheme and new coach. I too am a bit concerned
about it, but have confidence in Davis and the talent that is there.
Walker is a great story as a walk-on freshman. He should convince his fellow
Davis High boy and 4-star recruit, Troy Hinds, to come to Utah.
ThleteApparently Hines was at Utah's Junior Day in decked out in
Utah stuff. Just what I have heard.
"He should convince his fellow Davis High boy and 4-star recruit, Troy
Hinds, to come to Utah."Hinds is a must get for the Utes....
going to be tough though almost every elite team is after him.
My sone played with Chaz at Davis. It has been fun to see him develop into such
a great player and leader.
of course he does...better then what's going to happen to your O...chao will
have your offense rolling just like he did ucla's...hahaha
nunya,Yeah, just like BYU's rolled last year? Actually some
parallels can be drawn between what happened to Chow at UCLA and what happened
last year at BYU. In both cases there was internal disagreements on the
coaching staff. That discord showed on the field. Hence all the off-season
changes in coaches. Chow had the same problem at UCLA. He wasn't allowed to
install the kind of offense that has produced 3 Heisman trophy winners and won a
national title. So, we're not worried. You might want to focus a little more
on your own football team and how they're adjusting to the new coaches. How
many years of coaching experience do your offensive coordinator and receivers
nunya-Don't be the BYU version of the hedgehog.
What's funny is that 13 of the 14 comments on this article aren't about Chaz
Walker. I'm obviously a die hard BYU fan, but I have a ton of
respect for some of Utah's players. Chaz seems like the type of player that
anyone would want on their football team, just tough and hard working. He seems
like someone who could provide needed leadership on the Utes defense.