It's going to hurt losing a player of Brandon's caliber. I hope he
gets a shot to keep playing.
The defense was good, we probably had the most gifted receivers and runner we
have seen, but it is a shame that we had no one to throw the ball. With better
quarterback play this team would be unbeaten and ranked certainly in the top
ten. All things considered the good defense was wasted.
It wasn't wasted on me, and I'm sure others have thoroughly enjoyed
watching them as well. I'm also pretty sure that those playing didn't
feel like it was a waste either. It's all in your perspective. Without a
solid defense its possible that the team would be 3 - 5 and not be going to a
bowl game. That is the nature of team sports, some years your better on defense,
others you are better on offense. If you want to see a waste, look up on the
hill. Their entire athletic program is in shambles. What do they have to cheer
about? Oh yeah, their signature win against a top 25 team (their rivals from
BYU). Before you get too upset, look around. Others have it a lot
worse than BYU fans. Pray for your brothers to the north, and give thanks that
BYU will play in a bowl game. And as an added bonus, we have a season of
top-tier basketball to look forward to. Life is good in the valley.
Like Mark Twain wrote "You can't pray a lie." I would never pray
for a rival team. That is just way too sacrilegious.Great defensive
group this year. Thanks for the article Mr. Harmon.
Ogletree is an animal. One of the best we've had. Hope he plays on Sunday
Thank you Ogletree Family ,the inspiration from a young flag football
player Coached by his DAD is a great example to our kids and Grand Kids , you
have inspired a new Generation of Cougars. Thanks Ogletrees for shareing your
son with us, im sure those 7 daughters will be sending plenty of young Men to
play Football for years to come. Thanks Brandon for being an example >
Eagle Scout, served a Mission, Married in the Temple. Now its your turn to even
the score 7 Boys and 1 Girl.