Still in need of an offensive coordinator. Thank goodness there was no Riley
Great to get the W, but anemic offense and awol kicking game have got to
improve. Thank goodness for the best D in BYU history.
i hope i don't hear anymore about chuckie cheese being the best qb in the
state, cuz it just ain't so.
It's been a great week...Mitt wins the debate.Utes bite
the dust again.BYU beats USU.And conference weekend.It was great to see Taysom get some valuable experience against that Aggie
defense. He did well for a freshman.Cougars still need a lot of work
on offense and special teams, well kicking is abysmal.If a win is in
the next three games I will be very surprised and very very happy.And Ridley needs to go to the woodshed for that personal foul. Geesh, that was
stupid, no excuse for that.Other than that... a great win for the
Cougars! And a miserable week for the Utes.Awesome!
When BYU tries to get the ball to Hoffman, good things happen. And yet they
hardly used him al all. He was responsible for setting up our only score, and
gets only 2 more passes the second half? Come on, Doman and Hill, get the ball
to Hoffman!!!! He's your money.
RE: Prarie Dog"i hope i don't hear anymore about chuckie
cheese being the best qb in the state, cuz it just ain't so."Sorry, but you must not be watching--he is easily the best QB in the state. I
was so impressed with his patience against the best defensive unit in the
country last night. He didn't panic (a la Riley) and throw into a crowd,
he waited for receivers to get open. He scrambled when he needed to, took a few
well calculated shots down the field, and never buckled to the pressure. He
didn't get points because BYU is simply sporting the best defense in the
history of BYU football. Had he been leading the Cougars last night the final
score would have been 27-3 for BYU.
Penalty to the Deseret News writers for piling on. Justin Sorensen gets the
blame for missing the PAT, but it was Riley Stephenson that missed that one.
Author needs to get his facts straight. Alisa is out with a broken arm,
Stephenson misses PAT, not Sorenson.
@Prairie Dog,Look at the stats again.. Hill barely had better
percentage and yardage than Keeton... And 3 of Keeton's incomplete passes
were great deep throws that were dropped by his receivers... (One hit Matt
Austin in the chest on a deep throw.) Receiving was very poor in this game, but
Keeton was still patient even though he was being rushed by that guy from Ghana
(He's amazing by the way) and that Von Noy (If that's right)... 22-38
vs a Defense that good with poor receiving is solid, and unlike certain other
quarterbacks (Hill, Nelson, Wynn) he hasn't been hurt all season which puts
him above the rest because he can take a hit... (Which he did several times
against BYU)... Who would be better than him? Hill? He's hurt. Nelson?
Also hurt and has played abysmally this year.