Shss.....zzz. Here is the Deseret News at it again. This time they go out and
deliberately find an abscure online article written by an unknown law professor
at some obscure Florida College to knock the PAC 12 TV deal and declare that the
Utes sold out. Really? This is obsurd and the Des News should be embarrased
for even finding such nonsense. In the meantime the Des News has another
glowing article about BYU independence and the benefits of BYUtv written by Vai
S. who I find to be a good man. But come on Des News it is time to get over you
dutchman,Yes, I atttempted to say basically the same thing earlier
but per usual, the monitor declined my post.I'm sure this post will
not see the light of day.
Dutchman - I had the same thought. It is interesting how one sided the coverage
is getting. It really is too bad.
Sold out? Perhaps the law professor didn't know what a prison the Mountain West
was. I'm pretty sure when ABC named the BYU-Utah "game of the week",
Kirk Herbstreet and the boys could broadcast from the parking lot, but ESPN/ABC
couldn't broadcast the game. Now that game can be picked up.More
money, better facilities, expanded recruiting? Other teams wish they could sell
out like that.
The only thing "sold out" will be RES this year with PAC-12
competition comes to town.Go Utes!!
Dutchman, this article lost me at "Forbes"...
Dutchman | 2:59 p.m. Aug. 5, 2011 Murray, UT "Shss.....zzz.
Here is the Deseret News at it again. This time they go out and deliberately
find an abscure online article"...===Abscure, obscure,
I've heard it both ways...Since when has Forbes been printing
obscure articles?Bias is six posters from the state of Utah who
dismiss Forbes as being obscure...(MiP, the only one with the
honesty to admit they were lost when Forbes was mentioned)
Veritas Aequitas,I got it right. The guy is a
"contributor" not a regular writer for Forbes and thus a blogger
expressing an uninformed opinion in an online format and not the real Forbes
magazine. No one should take this guy seriously especially the Deseret