It's not too late for the team to get flu shot.Get all the silly sickness
out of the body and play ball!!!I still smell roses!Go Utes!
I'll take it at face value and say...something is wrong.
Whittingham said:"then HOPEFULLY we'll have Jordan every
day"Still kinda cryptic.
SoCaluteFan says, "I still smell roses!" Yea, but are they for a
celebration or a funeral? Guess we will find out very soon.
Ha ha ha. You people STILL looking for something that isn't there. Apparently you think Whitt is a bold faced liar. I don't. I'm not
worried about J-Win. He's a stud.
Someone needs to address the Bieber/Brady hairdo. Is he going out for the dance
team as well?
@tomahawk red"I'm not worried about J-Win. He's a
stud."Well he may turn out to be healthy but that statement is
more than a little bit of an exaggeration.
So now that he apparently and "Hopefully" has all his strength back
going into those one-a-days...when does your Sampson meet Delilah??? I've heard
she's a big USC fan.
@Chrissy Bee ...SoCaluteFan says, "I still smell roses!"
Yea, but are they for a celebration or a funeral? ...Low and behold,
you're right.I heard on the news, there was a dead cougar in the public
park near I live."Progressive" animal lovers held a funeral for
it there yesterday.He is buried now. The funeral site is all cleaned
up.This morning, upon waking up, I still smell roses--the red roses
that I planted in my garden in the shape of letter U.Go Utes!!!
Well there's a statement of caution for you.Obviously Jordan does
not have all the strength and stamina all would have hoped for by this time.Does not sound 'rosey' at all.
Holy cow.He had a 70 throw "pitch count" every other
practice. With 2 a days, that's about 300 throws a week for 2 weeks, which he
made without a problem. That 300 throws is a great deal more than he would
throw in a game, it's also probably more than he would throw in a game prep
week.He played in the scrimmage today, and will, as was reported
from the scrimmage on another site, he will have no more restrictions starting
Monday.Of course Whit is going to say "hopefully," because
anything can happen, but, as the plan is now, Wynn made it through camp just
fine, and is 100% good to go for the season.
Hopefully those roses will grow. I think there is plenty of fertilizer here to
keep them going. Really, I am concerned about Wynn's arm. I realize they are
trying to pace him, but as much as I like Whit, he hasn't convinced me yet.We really won't know until the first game, so until then there is only
opinions, digs, posts that really mean nothing. Once we have a game to judge, we
will be fine. Good luck!!!
Fellow Ute fans.....lets get real. Were not going to the Rose Bowl this year.
Lets not get ahead of ourselves. An 8-4 year would be a successful year. We
don't have all the cupcakes that our little brothers have to play. But thats
ok, give the Utes a year to learn Chows offense & wait for all the raw
talent at RB to take over....the future is bright. I'm not buying this Rose
Bowl Hype.....ASU will win the South Division. They are loaded with talent.
IT's not that I don't have any faith in my team....but I'm a realist. Wynn is
not the answer to this offense. Injury or not, against decent talent last year,
he aid an egg. I think we still beat the Y (close game in Provo), but lose to
So Cal & Pitt on the road, and ASU at home. Wynn is a bad
tackle away from another stint on the DL (as so is Jake Heaps for that matter).
Hey, it happened to Bradford. You know what they say about Karma.
Funny how it is mostly BYU fans who are skeptical of Wynn's shoulder. The fact
that the offense showed tremendous improvement Saturday makes me much more
comfortable with Wynn and the o-line. I don't think we're going to break any
scoring records this year, but I think our defense is solid enough to give us a
chance to win every game. I expect a lot of close ones one the score board.