Nothing else to say.5 and 0 starting tomorrow.Go Utes!
Proud UteLet me help you... I think you're confused. Tomorrow
is Friday, game is on Saturday.After the game the Utes will probably
be 0 and 5, not 5-0.Your confusion is understandable.
Proud Ute,I'm with ya. Last year we turned thing around, and
when we did the only thing that could stop us was our own kicker. I'm quite confident we put a beat down on Cal and if we do there is no
reason we can't win out from here. All games are winnable from here on
out.A decent(not great) season is still possible. Let's turn
this thing around and get some momentum to put us in a better position to
challenge Oregn and USC next year for the Roses.I'll be there
Saturday rain or shine.Will U?
I rather doubt two bottom feeders is going to draw a standing room only crowd.
sammyhunter, You must be hurt or lonely nitpicking like that. Do
you need a hug?
Yea, they're a real powerhouse kyle.
Proud UteEvery post you write cheers me up. Nitpicking, nah,
opportunity, yep. LOLCheer up, football and tailgating tomorrow!I hear the Utes are 'trick or treating' this weekend with a
'black out' Halloween theme for the game. Awesome that the Utes are
copying BYU this year on the 'black out'.And the tailgater
will be a 'trunk or treat'. How fun! It's the highlite of the
day.The game... not so much.
sammy,how do you figure utah copied byu? This will be Utah's
5th consecutive year with a black out game yet it's byu's first. Utah
had this black-out on their calendar before byu even thought of doing one.
where do you come up with your stuff. in the absence of facts just make crap
up.... pretty convenient.btw, byu's black uniforms were pretty
darn cool, unfortunately your schtick is not
Duckhunter, when did he say they were a "powerhouse?" What he said was
"they've got talent across the board." Must've been the same
article you read where he outlined which position every recruit was going to
play. A talented team doesn't mean a powerhouse team, it means dangerous,
which is the exact word he used. Over the last few years, guys like Marshawn
Lynch, DeSean Jackson, Justin Forsett, Shane Vereen, Jahvid Best, Aaron Rodgers,
et al. have come out of Cal, and they are still churning those guys out with
guys like Keenan Allen and Brendan Bigelow on the team right now. Obviously,
coaching in Berkeley is a bit suspect, but the players there are talented enough
to beat anybody.
@stgWell they are certainly talented enough to win the game tonight.