Injury to his non-throwing shoulder requires surgery
Not good news for the utes who are sitting at 0-3 vs BCS teams, while BYU is 1-2
with the likelihood of going 2-2 after this weekend. Maybe whitt will want to
borrow one of the 4 down south. Tough start to the pac-10.2 and this will make
it even tougher to get bowl eligible.Good luck- you're going to need
The UTES are now officially out for the season.
Re: Wyoming CougarCongrats on having one of the worst strength of
schedules in the country. You beat a BCS team Ole Miss, which is hideous. Congrats on beating San Jose State in Provo. SJSU wins in last 3 yrs -
Southern Utah, Cal Poly, NM St and CSU.Storm the field after beating
USU?What are you going to do if BYU beats Idaho and Idaho State?I wouldn't count on BYU beating Oregon State, even though they are not very
good.54-10, remember?Hopefully Jordan Wynn can get back
to football next year. Has to be big blow to have to have surgery again.Hays needs to calm down and not force things. I like his mobility, but
he just needs to calm down, which will come with a few more games.
wyoming cougar, we are going to the armed forces bowl against conference usa.
Are we entitled to talk trash?
Not a Ute fan but I feel bad for Jordan Wynn or any college athlete for that
matter who's career is upended due to injury. I know Jordan has worked extremely
hard to lead the Utes this year. I hope his recovery goes well.Good
luck in the future.
Best wishes to Wynn, hopefully a quick recovery.I wasn't impressed
by Hay's decision making but I was impressed with this ability to move in the
pocket. Lets hope Chow helps this kid fix the mistakes and become a better
QB.Go luck kid.Go Utes!
BYU fans worried about Hays? Really? Did you see Riley Nelson throw 2 INTS and
fumble against one of the best high school defenses in Northern California?If Riley plays like that next week look for Heaps to be playing by the
2nd half.As far as Hays he showed signs of being a good QB but made
really bad decisions in his FIRST division 1 start.
My condolences to Wynn. It must be discouraging to work so hard for something
only to have it taken away. Here is wishing him all the best from a true blue
Tough break for Wynn. From a BYU fan, I hope he has a speedy recovery.@Heaps 0-4 vs Utah"wyoming cougar, we are going to the armed forces
bowl against conference usa. Are we entitled to talk trash?"I
think the key point there is that BYU is "going to the Armed Forces
Bowl." As in, the Cougs will actually go to a bowl this year...not sure we
can say the same for the Utes.So yeah, I think Wyoming Cougar's
entitled to a little trash talk. It's all part of the rivalry, bro :)Go Cougars!
This was not the news people wanted to hear.Why all the Cougar and
Ute bashing? The amount of poor sportsmanship is so highly evident on both fan
sides it is pretty disgusting. I hate it when either team loses. A Ute should
cheer the Cougars and a Cougar should cheer the Utes when they are not playing
one another. To do anything less shows a lack of maturity and respect. It also
makes a victory over the opponent rather meaningless if that opponent plays
poorly the rest of the year.The Utes probably DO get to a bowl this
year. I don't like the guy that replaces Wynn, but after Pitt and Cal, the
schedule is a bit easier and the Utes will win a string of them. The Utes
should muster six wins. They could get seven if the defense bands together. I
figure they should win against OSU, AZ, UCLA and Washington State. I don't
expect any of those to be big wins, but that isn't the point. Pull this thing
together.One more point for the "fans." Don't leave those
seats empty. Fans support teams even in bad years.
GoUtesss 54-10 And folks, that is Utah entire season in
a nut shell...ouch!
Too bad for Jordan, but at least he'll still have two more years after this to
play. The coaches are planning to red shirt him.In the mean time, I
think Jon Hays is a more than adequate replacement. He moved the offense well
on Saturday, but along with the rest of the offense needs to work on the
turnovers. Fortunately after Pitt we have the weaker part of our schedule. I'm
not expecting miracles, just fewer turnovers and bad penalties.Go
Tough break for the Utes. It looks like it's going to be a long season, indeed.
Hopefully Hays can get things figured out and start to right the ship. Pitt
offers a great opportunity to build momentum for the rest of the season.That said, I'm surprised to see so many Ute fans discussing BYU on a
Utah comment board. Those who do so appear to be quite fixated on comparing
everything Utah does to BYU, which lends support to the claims that U of U fans
have some kind of "little brother" syndrome. Don't prove the accusers
to be right.
True Coug....BYU is playing some pathetic teams....If you weren't bowl eligible
that would be pretty sad. Utes strength of schedule is 35th in the nation. Byu's
is 77th. Big difference.
Wynn will never see the field again.
Too bad for Wynn. I don't think they will be able to redshirt him this year, he
played in 4 games. He might lose a year of eligibility. Not sure, maybe someone
knows better. Hays looked good except for the interceptions. If he
can get that under control he will be fine, and this is coming from a BYU fan. I
thought he moved the ball well, he just gave the ball away too many times and
Arizona State capatilized. Look for Hays to do well at Pitt, I
think Utah is better than Pitt and if he can control the field like he did on
those two drives for touchdowns, Utah will be fine. Remember, one of his
interceptions came at the goal line after a another great drive down the field.
Good luck Utes!
Best of luck to Jordan Wynn. I wish him a speedy recovery.We know
what it is like to be down and out. No one (BYU nor Utes) should be stomping on
either one right now. Let's act grown up!
Jenny83 True Coug....BYU is playing some pathetic teams....If you
weren't bowl eligible that would be pretty sad. Utes strength of schedule is
35th in the nation. Byu's is 77th. Big difference. Utah's strength
of schedule had nothing to do with the Utes...It was the Pac 10 which gave them
the strengh of scedule (their choice of opening up was with Montana
State...WOW)...it is too bad they can not play up to the schedule...strengh of
schedule put aside, the Utes are done for the year...recruiting will become
harder, no money yet, a D2 left-over quarterback and more turn overs down the
road...the future does not look bright.BYU's first year of
Independence sceduling was hard...they pretty well took what was out
there...however, looking down the road, they will be playing the top tier
schools out there, across the nation...the strenght of schedule will improve,
the recruiting will even be better, the young team will grow and the stable is
full...Enjoy this season Utah, it just might be your best in the
next forseeable future.
At least he got to be on the big win in Provo . . . of course the BYU offense
scored most of the points for him, thus allowing him to rest his shoulder; too
bad it didn't help.
I feel sorry for the guy.I smell a 4 win season for the utes though.
Sorry for Wynn's misfortune. My best wishes for a speedy recovery.It is classless, CLASSLESS, to gloat over a young man's injury, no matter
Well, it was often said that Wynn was somewhat injury prone, this proves it and
it is very unfortunate. All of us hate to see an injury end a young
man's dream and add to the problems of a team. Not what the Utes needed but
several of us are not surprised either. Injuries are a known risk in this game
and having depth is the 'B' plan.Here's to another speedy recovery
for you Jordan.Team Ute, it was already developing into a long
season, now maybe longer. Hopefully Hays will pickup the pace and develop
Not sure what is worse... losing a starting quarterback to injury, or losing a
starting quarterback because he didn't live up to "the Jimmer of
GoodGuyGary | 10:03 p.m. Oct. 10, 2011 Houston, TXI feel sorry for
the guy.I smell a 4 win season for the utes though.----------In the aftermath of an injury, good guys don't gloat,
Gary.A rational Cougar fan.
@jenny83Of course you have a tough schedule.. you're in the pac
10.5!There aren't any excuses for the utes! this is what you guys
got yourselves into!Stop whining and buck up to reality! It is
what it is!Good luck on the losing season.. pathetic
Tough break for the Utes. I hope Wynn has a speedy recovery and can return
healthy next season.
I'm sorry to hear this, injury's are never something to celebrate.@Mormon UteI think the only way Wynn could be red shirted is if
the ncaa granted him a medical hardship. Once he played the red shirt option is
over and he played 4 games. My guess is utah will apply for one for him but
having played 1/3 of the season makes it seem unlikely that it will be granted.
I wish him luck with it however.
My heart hurt for Jordan when I read the article.From a Cougar fan I wish
Jordan a speedy recovery.Get back on the field fast so we can play against
you again next yesr when we come to RES.Thoughts and prayers go out to
Veracity - "the strenght of schedule will improve," Just
how do you figure that when at least three quarters of your schedule every year
is going to be against mightly WACsters like NM State, Idaho, and their ilk?
You'll may get three or four good teams early on in the season, when you're
going to be least prepared to meet them and then it's cupcake time.
This really is too bad. This is going be a loooooong season for Utah....
Tough break for Wynn. I hope to see him back next year healthy and ready to go.
I would much rather beat Utah with Wynn then without him. I thought Utah could
go 8-4 this year, but without Wynn it will be tough to become bowl eligible. I
hope they can become bowl eligible to show that the once little guys can run
with the big boys. Good luck rest of year Utes and until we meet next year!
That picture of Wynn scares me.
@uteowl "Just how do you figure that when at least three quarters of your
schedule every year is going to be against mightly WACsters"Take a look at the 2013 football schedule for BYU and you may want to rethink
that statement. We set up the deal with the WAC to help us fill out our
schedule for the first two years of independence, which would be the hardest
years to fill.2013 is looking pretty solid. Texas, Georgia Tech,
Utah, BSU, @ Hawaii, @ Notre Dame, @ USU, @ Houston are on the slate with more
games to come. I would imagine that future schedules will look similar.Anyhoo, sorry to get into a SoS debate, but I guess it comes with the
trash talking territory.Again, in all seriousness, all the best to
Wynn. Here's hoping he gets a medical redshirt, he deserves it. The poor guy
has had some terrible luck with injuries over the last couple of seasons.
Sad to see any player get hurt.Two years in a row must really
frustrate Wynn.Keep the attitude up. These stuggles have a way to
make us better human beings.===Way too many classless
BYU fans gloating. Why can't BYU fans be classy like the Ute fans who focus
their posts on Jordan Wynn, not making this a BYU bashing comment board again,
and college football?
I feel bad for the dwindling BYU fans. Your remaining home games aren't
televised except for the ridiculous church channel and heading to LES will be a
chore, nothing less..........just awful. Utah's strength of schedule was hurt by
having to play BYU. Just another reason for Chris Hill to tell the Y to get lost
FOREVER.I feel bad for Wynn, a great kid and a fine leader. But, the
Utes will be alright and will hopefully finish the season with a winning
record.By the way Y fans, how was being dissed by the Big 12 TOO
resting in your bellies? Don't worry, as BYU will be out of NCAA athletics in
the next five years most likely............"Rick's College" ring a
I wish Jordan the best in his recovery. This is obviously a tough challenge for
him to have to recover from yet another shoulder surgery. In the meantime, I
think Hays may prove to be a decent QB. So far, the biggest issues for the Utes
have been turnovers, which in turn wear down the defense. I hope the offense
can scheme appropriately to limit turnovers and start to be a real threat for
opposing defenses the rest of the way.This is certainly not an ideal
season - the Ute may not even go bowling this year - but I hope we at least see
some solid progress in the offense and increased competitiveness overall. Time
to right the course! Go Utes!
Jordan:Get well my friend.Veracity: "...Utes strength of schedule is 35th in the nation. Byu's is
77th..." "...Utah's strength of schedule had nothing to do
with the Utes...It was the Pac 10 which gave them the strengh of
scedule...".Huh?The quality of the opposition
defines SOS.The Cougars scheduled those WAC teams.Hence,
when you load up/fatten up a semi-full WAC schedule, you deserve a 77 rank or
worse."...(their choice of opening up was with Montana
State...WOW)...".Montana State is 5-1 and ranked #3 in the
FCS.Idaho State is 2-3. They are not ranked in the top
42.SUU is ranked higher than Idaho State."...the
Utes are done...no money...the future does not look bright...".It took Jim Harbaugh 4 years to take Stanford from 1-11 to 8-4.By
2014, the Utes will be sitting on $30,000,000 and an 8-4 record."...BYU's first year of Independence sceduling was hard...".San Jose State, New Mexico State, Idaho State and Idaho represent 4 of
the worst college football teams in America.54-10.It's
good BYU doesn't play PAC 10.2 doormats every week.
@mgr63Really? I mean if you are going to post completely false
comments, at least get creative (you know something that we can't refute in less
than 30 seconds).1) BYU has 3 remaining home games. One on
"the ridiculous church channel" (which happens to be in more than 60
million households), and two on ESPN. The three road games and bowl game will
all be televised on ESPN or Fox (granted the Fox game is only Fox regional, but
what do you expect given the opponent is a PAC 12 team).2) A couple
weeks ago you were adamant that no "reputable" news agencies were
reporting a BYU invite to the Big 12, so we should all stop talking about it.
Are you now saying that there are reputable news agencies reporting that BYU got
"dissed" by the Big 12? Do you know this for sure? What are your
sources? Or does that standard only apply to others?
When you recruit a high school QB who weights 155 lbs soaking wet and put 45 Lbs
on his frame you are asking for trouble. Whit risked last year and this year
with a young man who had no business playing D1 football. QB should weight a
minimum 200 pounds out of high school and then they can add 10 to 20 pounds over
their college career.This was a very very poor choice for the Utah
Coaching staff and they are going to loose a lot of credibility with what has
happened. I feel for Jordan but nobody said life is fair. This nightmare now
affects the whole team and their expectations for the season.In my
humble opinion Wynn's college career is over. How can you possibly put the
fortunes of the Utah football program in his hands. You can'tWhit
has too big an ego to admit he messed this up. Just like he won't admit his
safety choices for this year can't tackle, can't read a formation, have no
experience, no guts and weigh all of 185 pounds. Speed can kill but in this case
its killing us.
Maybe the new kid steps up and they get to a bowl game. Considering Wynn is out
for the rest of the year again, that would have to be considered a successful
flintrock:I agree with your basic premise regarding QB's.For example:Andrew Luck, Stanford, 6'4", 235.However, there are always exceptions:Kellen Moore, 6'0, 190.What worked perfectly for Kellen Moore and Boise State has not worked
for UTAH.Coaching, supporting cast, scheduling as well as injuries
all work in concert to create a result.No one is happy with the
overall result this year. However, it took Jim Harbaugh along with Andrew Luck,
4 years to move Stanford from 1-11 to a respectible 8-4 playing what is and will
be typical of the UTAH's schedule.
I am sorry but this guy is too FRAGILE to be playing as a D1 QB!! Don't bother
getting him the medical red shirt, go find a big strong tough QB. Hopefully the
Wilson kid will work out. Wynn did some good things for us but every time he
gets hit he gets hurt, and he's not mobile enough to avoid getting hit. The
Utes have to get bigger stronger and faster to compete in the PAC 12. And I am
confident they will. It will take a couple of years but they will get there.
there is a great soph QB down in Provo by the name of Jake Heaps that is wasting
away on the bench that just might be interested in transferring ... I have the feeling Chow would love to bring Heaps in and Heaps sure as heck
isn't going to be content wasting the next 2 years on the bench behind a
glorified high school QB.
Recommendations: 2 mgr63 | 11:36 p.m. Oct. 10, 2011 DALLAS, TX
I feel bad for the dwindling BYU fans. Your remaining home games
aren't televised except for the ridiculous church channel and heading to LES
will be a chore, nothing less..........just awful. Utah's strength of schedule
was hurt by having to play BYU. Just another reason for Chris Hill to tell the Y
to get lost FOREVER.I feel bad for Wynn, a great kid and a fine
leader. But, the Utes will be alright and will hopefully finish the season with
a winning record.By the way Y fans, how was being dissed by the Big
12 TOO resting in your bellies? Don't worry, as BYU will be out of NCAA
athletics in the next five years most likely............"Rick's
College" ring a bell?Ooo...realizing you have a poor team and
are going to be even further down the drain in weeks to come really makes you
want to strike out at someone...any one...don't worry, I understand...poor Utah.
uteowl | 10:43 p.m. Oct. 10, 2011 Sunnyvale, CA Veracity -
"the strenght of schedule will improve," Just how do you
figure that when at least three quarters of your schedule every year is going to
be against mightly WACsters like NM State, Idaho, and their ilk? You'll may get
three or four good teams early on in the season, when you're going to be least
prepared to meet them and then it's cupcake time. Keep looking in
the mirror and keep telling yourself that...soon you will beleive it as
well...until then...my heart goes out to you and Utah...sorry...I know it is
tuff keeping your chin up...
Too bad for Wynn and too bad for the Utes. I hope U continue to support your
team through what will be a tough rest of the year. Hopefully, this will
strengthen your QB situation for next year. U should be able to beat Arizona
and Colorado regardless of who your QB is, but it will be interesting to see how
U respond to the other teams - even though U move to a much easier part of your
schedule.At some point Wynn needs to think more about his long term
health than being the Ute QB. I think some bodies are more durable than others,
and he doesn't seem to be cut out to take the hits.I don't get all
the Ute comments about BYU's schedule on an article about your QB. Sure Idaho,
Idaho State and New Mexico State are cupcakes. Is that the confession you're
looking for? Montana State, Colorado and Arizona are not much better.
Too bad, the Utes will be lucky to make a bowl game...and if they do, welcome
back to the Las Vegas Bowl. What a shame!
patriot | 9:29 a.m. Oct. 11, 2011 Cedar Hills, UT there is a great
soph QB down in Provo by the name of Jake Heaps that is wasting away on the
bench that just might be interested in transferring ... So, is Jake
a good QB or not? I get dizzy with how often U guys go back and forth. When he
starts for BYU hes not even as good as Jordan Wynn, but now that he's on the
bench he is "great", and you want to see him transfer to the U.
Someone please pass the dramamine, I'm getting a little woozy.
Hays looks to be getting better. The turnovers were from other players. It isn't
the QB position that we need to worry about, it's the ball security issues. And the defense? Do we only teach to tackle with arms? We don't see any
solid tacklers outside of our front 4. Linebackers and Secondary have a fear of
getting in front of a guy and hitting him with their body. Coach W, you werent'
like that, why are your players lacking skill at tackling?I'm going
with our Utes in the Pitt game.Utah 28Pitt 21GO
"I don't think that we're any thinner right now than anybody in the
country..."Sure, that's why you are starting a JC QB who was
headed to a D2 school (recruited by 0 D 1 programs) that was so successful they
folded the program. The fact is Hays was acquired in a desperation move when the
Ute coaching staff realized late in the game that they had a major depth issue
at QB. They only brought him in because he would be able to play right away and
would not have to sit out the season.This is the guy that now is the
starter for the Utes. Utah may have 4 QB's in name (one so good he was converted
to Linebacker) but in actual quality the Utes are lacking big time. How are the
fans going to react when the Utes miss out on going to even the Vegas Bowl this
Veracity, mgr63, the same lack of class that is represented by
gloating ABOUT a player's injury is also represented by smack talking in an
article about a player's injury. Of course, you have both company and
provocation on this article.
Do the utes have any young QBs in the pipeline that can step up? I think Wynn
is done at the u because he is so injury prone.
@Veracity"GoUtesss 54-10 And folks,
that is Utah entire season in a nut shell...ouch!"Yep, Ute fans
are pretty proud of that win, as they should be. Winning a rivalry game, in
blowout fashion, on the road like that was impressive. I imagine if the Cougs
had done the same thing, you'd still be talking about it. Kind of like
"Harline is still open," etc. Let's just be completely honest with
ourselves: the highlight of Ute fans' season will most likely be the BYU blast
off, and I think the comments here and elsewhere are representative of that. On
the flipside, the highlight of Cougar fans' season will most likely be that the
Utes haven't fared as well in the PAC-12 as many thought, and I think the
comments here and elsewhere are representative of that.I always love
it when one side professes one set of fans to be "obsessed" with the
other. It's a rivalry for goodness' sake, there's plenty of obsession and
vindictiveness on both sides to go around, and, again, I think the comments here
and elsewhere are representative of that.
Utah is in dire straits at quarterback and in my opinion in their defensive
secondary. They are not competitive at this time in the Pac 12 or whatever the
number will be in the future. Chase Hansen at Lone Peak could probably start at
quarterback for Utah right now which is scary when you think about it at the
collegiate level. Utah is being exposed for their lack of top level players at
the skill positions. The program is a work in progress at this level. The top
talent is limited and why would top ten to twenty five players at the various
positions come to Utah when they can stay on the west coast? The same can be
said for other players from other areas to the east of Utah. I don't see any
immediate hope to upgrade the Utah program. They are just going to have to
outwork other top teams, and continue to schedule patsies to pad their win loss
record, plain and simple. I know the truth hurts, but live with it; and I'm a
diehard Ute supporter when I say these things. That doesn't mean we can give up
on becoming better.
Anonymous Infinity | 11:20 a.m. Oct. 11, 2011 Chase Hansen at Lone
Peak could probably start at quarterback for Utah right now---------Chase Hansen could probably start at a lot of colleges right now --
including one in Utah County.
@Rational and Anonymous InfinityChase Hansen is not a D1 QB. His arm
is not very good and he is not very accurate. What he is is a great athlete and
I do mean great. BYU told him straight out he would not play QB for them and
utah told him he could try knowing full well he will never play that position
for them but at least telling him that would get him on board.Don't
get me wrong, I would love for him to go to BYU with all that athletic ability
but he has no future at QB on the next level. Even with utah's pitiful and dire
QB situation he has no chance to play there. A QB just has to be able to throw
@ Veracity: I hope you're wrong about BYU's strength of schedule improving in
the coming years because they seem to be having trouble with the schedule
they've got. "Enjoy this season [BYU], it just might be your best in the
next foreseable future".
Veracity: Maybe before you trash talk the Utes, you should remember the numbers
54-10. If you guys can put up some better numbers against us some day in the
distant future, than you can talk all the trash you want.
Duckhunter , Chase Hansen has a worse arm than Riley?
Tough luck for Wynn. Here's wishing him a speedy recovery. As for his future, he
should seriously consider transferring to a Div 1AA school. It's obvious he's
not big and sturdy enough to absorb the punishment of playing Div 1A football
and it's doubtful he'll ever start for the Utes again.
wwookie"Hays looks to be getting better. The turnovers were
from other players."Don't know what game you were watching, but
Hays threw three interceptions, and one of them was behind his receiver right
into the waiting arms of a sliding defender.
Two shoulder surgeries in 2 years has to be rough. Here's hoping for a speedy
recovery and a fine senior season.Let's hope the game slows down a
bit for Jon Hayes as he gains more experience. His scrambling and arm strength
looked good on Saturday but some of the decisions he made left a lot to be
I want to hear from other Ute fans on this one. Ever since we played BYU, our
team has pretty much gone south. Ten turnovers in the last 2 games is
ridiculous. We need to leave BYU in the past. They are not our rival any more.
We need to quit playing them. We geared up to play them, kicked the crap out
of them, and then lost sight of the big picture. Same goes for USU. Quit
playing them. Maybe play one or the other each year but not both. It is not
that we are too good for them, we really aren't. It is because we have nothing
to gain. Do we beat UW or ASU without the turnovers, no. But we could have
remained competitive. Our rivals are now ASU, Oregon, CU, etc. Please Dr.
Hill, don't schedule these in state games.
Wow. Tough break.Here's to a speedy recovery.Hays will
get his chances now. The Utes still have plenty of winnable games as long as
Hays can simply manage the game. Reduce the turnovers, get the running game
going and let the defense and special teams make the plays. The Utes were
projected as the 3rd or 4th team in the south and considering Zona, UCLA and
Colorado, that's still a good possiblity. But it will rely on Hays being able to
manage the game and not force plays that aren't there. Beat it into your skull
John, and the Utes can go bowling.
Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
I'm sorry for Wynn but Whit has a lot of egg on his face for this choice.When they showed Wynn at the game he looked like a fan from the 60's.I
think he knows his day has come and gone.
RE: Big Daddy UtahI'd like to see Utah alternate playing BYU one year, USU
the next.I think you are overreacting to "the Utes going
south". Against Washington, they lost their starting quarterback. While
the backup does get reps, you don't really have a gameplan for losing the
starting QB.If you watched the game, the first half of the ASU game
was very good. A couple of quick turnovers got "its happening again"
into the players' heads.The Utes will be fine. They don't need to
drop the rivalry game. If anything, they should make it the first game of the
season, like Colorado-Colorado State.
Hawkeye79 | 9:19 p.m. Oct. 10, 2011 Iowa City, IA I'm
surprised to see so many Ute fans discussing BYU on a Utah comment board. Those
who do so appear to be quite fixated on comparing everything Utah does to BYU,
which lends support to the claims that U of U fans have some kind of
"little brother" syndrome. Don't prove the accusers to be right. --------------Another BYU sympathizer trying to stir up
trouble. It's getting ridiculous.All it takes is a look at the first
few comments on this board, nearly all of which are from BYU trolls, and see
that they are the ones making the comparisons.Yet, inexplicably, you
fire off a "why do Ute fans always have to bring up BYU" post.Get a clue, will ya pal?
Rational | 10:13 p.m. Oct. 10, 2011 Salt Lake City, UT In the
aftermath of an injury, good guys don't gloat, Gary.A rational
Cougar fan. --------------I don't even have to say a
word to let this burn hurt.
Duckhunter | 10:32 p.m. Oct. 10, 2011 Highland, UT Once he
played the red shirt option is over and he played 4 games. --------------I don't think this is true.B. Johnson
received a medical redshirt a few years ago when he was hurt, and I believe that
he had played a few games already.Plus, Riley Nelson got the same
for last season.The fact that Whittingham said he's got a medical
redshirt leads me to believe he's already got it.
A quick thanks to all the BYU fans who have posted in good taste on this board.
Thanks. It's clear that many of you can be classy when you want to. Keep coming
back.Furthermore, a quick disamissal to all the immature Cougar AND
Ute fans on this board making fools of themselves with their juvenile
hate-filled drivel. You all know who you are. Keep away.
Hunt | 10:24 a.m. Oct. 11, 2011 Spanish Fork, UT Utah may have
4 QB's in name (one so good he was converted to Linebacker) but in actual
quality the Utes are lacking big time. -----------I
agree. I think Whitt's statement that Utah isn't any thinner at QB than anyone
else in the nation is a total line. I was surprised to see he said that.Utah most certainly is very thin at QB right now. Much thinner than most
every other team in the country.Come on Kyle. Just tell it like it
I wish Wynn the best. That's a tough break for your team and I hope that you
guys end your season the best you can and with heads held high. Good luck Utes!