Hooker was a great high school player, and one I had been reading about his
recruiting process for a few months before his commitment. I figured it
wouldn't take long for him to get on the field, and figure it won't be
much longer before he is a mainstay on the defense. He had a decent game against
the toughest team on the schedule this year, and I even saw him stick his nose
in trying to mess up blocking schemes, something that takes guts for any
linebacker, let alone a freshman in that situation. Excited about his future at
I thought the mighty Utes had a stable of pac 10.2 LBS ready to go at the outset
of the season. Why, then, did they have to burn a redshirt 5 games into the
season? I guess it is painful to be the pac 10.2 doormat.
broom hockeynot as painful as being a fan of a team that is nothing
playing for nothing,
MLHWhat are the "mighty" weak Utes playing for... to finish
ahead of WSU and Colorado for the PAC 10.2 cellar? The Utes will have to get
lucky just to qualify for a bowl this season.
Jealous U and BHC, quit being such haters! I'm sure you have more to life
than posting on Ute articles. I can't standby BYU, but I'm not going
to go over to their site and waste my time. You all must have a lot of time to
waste. Trust me, its not worth the effort.
Broom Hockey Champ:It must be extremely painful to be unwanted by
ANY relevant conferences except the WAC, and suffering through your 8th defeat
to the team that has owned you over the last dozen years.Mid-majorey
little brothers forever.
Man Utah needs this young LB (Hooker) to mature fast. Hopefully as his body and
mind grow, he will be a special player for Utah. He surprised many at USC. The
coach Whitt has a good eye for talent.