In my opinion, a nice way to end the decades-long yearly rivalry before a 2 year
hiatus. Frankly BYU ought to use these colors ALL the time. Much
more unique than the darker blue, and then we won't have to listen to Utah
State fans claiming we stole their colors (which we did, frankly...)
Utah 30byu 14Ute seniors complete perfect 4-0 sweep over our
former rivals.Mark it Down!
Why'd the deseret news go all the way back to 2009 to get a picture in
talking about the rivalry?Oh wait,...LOL!
As a Utah fan,I don't understand why BYU doesn't wear the
Royal blue the majority of their games, they look so much better. Why they ever
changed their colors is way beyond me. The only thing I can think of is that you
get to sell a bunch of new gear. Good luck Cougars,Go Utes!
@ Chris B.You really need to find a new hobby, my friend.
I guess we need to do SOMETHING different to break the curse. I'm sick of
losing to the lowly utesies so I don't care if BYU wears orange, brown, or
purple...just win and stop giving gift baskets full of glazed turnovers!
I remember that picture well. "tackling, you're not doing it
its about time!Go Aggies!
I'm still waiting for them to go back to the dark blue jerseys with the
white number field shaped like a bib. It made it look like they were ready to
head over for a lobster dinner after playing the game.
Chris B. goes into an apoplectic rage on Sept. 21st! His face will turn an odd
shade of.... you guessed it! Royal Blue!Mark it down!
christy"Why'd the deseret news go all the way back to 2009
to get a picture in talking about the rivalry?"Simple answer,
that's the last time BYU wore the Royal Blue in a game against Utah, and we
all know how that one turned out.Be afraid, be very afraid!BYU 31Utah 14Mark it Down!
Chris...because that's the last time they wore the throw backs. That's
what the article is about. *roll eyes
Now that is BYU blue. Not quite sure why BYU ever changed to Aggie blue.
As soon as the royal blue jerseys appeared in the BYU bookstore a week or so
ago, this was a no-brainer.Glad to see BYU breaking out the royal
blue to remind the Utes what big time football is really all about - national
championships, Heisman trophies, national hall of fame players.I
hope BYU has stocked plenty of jerseys, because they're going to be very
popular.btw, single-game tickets tickets for Texas, Utah, and Boise
State went on sale this morning via a special promotion - $100 for sideline, $90
for end zone.
I'd love the game to be played on the field. The coaches and Chris B
don't ever seem to get it right. Go Cougars. Please don't
disappoint. Play hard every down. You have the talent and the numbers. Now
let's play the game!
I like in the photo seeing one ute #18 tackling another ute #12. lol.Hopefully it won't come down to this, but if the last play of the game is
4th and long with 3 seconds on the clock BYU is sure to pull out a victory.
Something about 4th and long, and utah's inability to stand up.
This is news? I guess when you've been owned by your rivalry both in
recent times and overall, you have to do something to divert the attention away
from the game itself.Go Utes!!
No, we didn't steal anyone's colors. NO ONE OWNS any color. USU
doesn't own it, they didn't pay for it, it isn't copyrighted,
etc. Gosh, use a peck of common sense. Any school can have any
color they choose, anytime they want. I'm sick of hearing we stole the
darker shade of blue. Did we steal the air we breathe when we play in Logan,
too? Get over it (there's really nothing to get over)!!
Love the pic; George waltzing into the endzone, while Utah players demonstrate
how NOT to tackle.September 21st is going to be a lot of fun, except
for christy and her friends.Go Cougars!
"Why'd the deseret news go all the way back to 2009 to get a picture in
talking about the rivalry?"Ummm, just maybe because that was the
last time BYU wore royal blue against Utah, which is the subject of the article?
That's not fair. They always beat us when they wear those colors!
The royal blue uniforms have been very good for BYU. Videos highlights reminded
us of how immensely we enjoyed the game. From the moment BYU players broke the
tunnel, it was apparent that the BYU-Utah was going to be special, but
regardless of the twists and turns and closeness of the game, BYU was going to
Wear royal blue for ALL games. Why in the world does any university change its
colors? BYU has been royal blue for a hundred years, then somebody decides BYU
is going to be some other color? I find that really strange. Go back to royal
blue, it's the BYU color. Is there some problem with royal blue? of course
Chrissy, You really had to ask that question? The article is about wearing the
royal blue uniforms. When did they last wear them? 2009. How else are they
going to get a picture of those uniforms, unless they go back and grab a picture
from 2009.BTW, notice the two utesies running into each other as
George runs by them. Better get used to that next month!
3 in a row. 8/11 and BCS. I guess byu doesn't teach math, trends of
critical thinking skills. Utah owns byu lately. It's as simple as that.
Every year cougar fans talk smack but then get smacked instead. Some people
toosmartforyouYes, every breath of air when you are in God's
country of Logan Utah is a gift from Merlin Olsen. You should thank every player
or Aggie fan when you see them in October. As for the uniforms, I
like them. Aren't they still a little darker than the classics though? I
thought I read that Nike doesn't have the color anymore back in 2009? Is
that right?It won't matter anyway though. BYU is going to lose
regardless of the uniform.
@toosmart... steal, maybe not but copied... YES.If you switched to
red, the utes would freak and you know it.At least own up to it and
don't try to justify it away.
Personally, I like the darker navy blue, but I do think its cool when they wear
the royal blues for special occasions. College teams change their colors all the
time, and USU never had a patent on the color. There are several college teams
that wear navy blue, such as Penn State, Notre Dame and, of course, Navy. Get
over it already Aggie fans!
Bring em back for good!
I guess they say the Navy blue sells better among fans, but for what it's
worth, I like the Royal blue, too. I stadium full of Navy blue just looks dark,
but a stadium full of Royal blue, that you can tell from any distance.Of course, BYU fans are notorious for NOT wearing their colors, regardless...
I hope BYU isn't placing their hopes on a jersey. The talent levels in
this game are always similar, but the Utes mostly win these days. I think
it's because they always seem to want it more. I think if BYU
went after this game with as much energy and unlimited intensity as the Utes do,
they'd probably come away with the win. It won't happen because of a
jersey. Now if only those Utes can figure out that there are 11
other games on that schedule, most of which are bigger games than this one.
So sales went up for BYU stuff right after they switched to Navy blue. That is
no surprise. It is not so much the color as it is the CHANGE. Royal Blue is more
unique and it looks better, besides being the traditional color. I was
disappointed in the switch to navy then and I am still cringing.Go
back to Royal Blue! You'll watch sales of BYU paraphernalia sky-rocket
I would go into shock if the cougars ever appeared in Royal Blue when playing
the Aggies, but then again we are playing home and home for a few years!
I like it! Old School to me brings that much more to the rivalry. I don't
know why they don't go back to that scheme full time any way. In my
opinion they should never have changed it. I must say though, the Black Out
uniforms for BYU last year were pretty cool. I would like to see them do it
again this year and maybe they are, I don't know. Good Luck
Whatever the color, the result has been 3 in a row and 8 of the last 11 for
Utah.I'm just hoping that if Utah is ahead again in the 3rd
quarter this year, the team in whatever color blue doesn't quit like they
did last time the 2 teams met at LES. Sad really.
@OatmealWith a little bit of luck, Chrissy might even turn two
shades of blue this season! August 29th can't get here fast enough.
Totally agree y-grad. The dark blue in the stadium does not stand out.
Tom in CA"Hopefully it won't come down to this, but if the
last play of the game is 4th and long with 3 seconds on the clock BYU is sure to
pull out a victory. Something about 4th and long, and utah's inability to
stand up."I don't know where you have been, Tom. byu had
4th and long three times last year to tie, 4th and long dozens of times in 2011
(LOL!), and 4th and long to win in 2010. I thing you are the only one on this
board who seems to believe that Utah doesn't stand up on 4th down.
BlueCougOrem, UTGlad to see BYU breaking out the royal blue to
remind the Utes what big time football is really all about - national
championships, Heisman trophies, national hall of fame players.-----------National championships? Heisman Trophies? Plural? For
both?Ha ha ha.That's rich.
Sorry, the royal blue unis are horrid. Absolutely horrid. BYU made a major
upgrade by switching to navy, and even to the navy/tan after '99.Every time I see those royal blue jerseys I can't stop thinking how
girlie they look.It's just a bad shade of blue.
@Chris B --> I have an offer for you. If you will stop making exaggerated,
vitriolic statements about Utah/BYU rivalry games, I will root for Utah in the
Utah/BYU games. Interested?By the way, I am BYU/1978 BSEE, so this
would be significant. If you could work out a reasonable number of these sorts
of relationships, you could materially alter the "balance of (cheering)
power" for the foreseeable future.How 'bout it?Larry H
54-IQ"Whatever the color,..."Stopping your
jealous, clueless comment right there.BYU hasn't lost to Utah
while wearing royal blue since last century.In fact, the majority of
BYU's games versus Utah while wearing royal blue have been DOMINATED by
BYU, 18 of 20 during LaVell's first 20 years, including 27-0, 56-6, and
Another sign that this game means everything down in provo. Utah stands at the
edge of their second four year sweep in the 2000's while byu is wound up
tighter than a $3 watch. Love it!
@sambonethegreat: What does Aug 29 have to do with anything. The Utah game is
Sep 21, and BYU's first game, against VA, is Aug 31.
My family has had season tix to BYU for 32 consecutive years. Now we're
scattered about the country and none of them live in Idaho. But come game
day....it's a happy reunion for our tailgate at BYU home games...several
come from out of state. The tradition of Royal Blue was fantastic and we all
love to see it return...even if for only one game. GO COUGARS!
Holmoe hatches a scheme to have a bye before the Utah game. Then, byu decides
to dust off the light blue unis because that's the only color that works
for them against Utah. Clearly, this is byu's most special game of the
year as no other game is receiving such "royal" consideration. Utah, on the other hand, will show up at LES and play football. No
special scheduling. No gimics with uniforms...just good ole' fashioned
football. It's also interesting to note that, according to one
post above, the ticket prices for the Utah game match those for Texas. That
speaks volumes! Pac-10.2? I don't think so...the actions of byu and their
fans demonstrate otherwise. byu is fortunate to host the Utes!
54-IQ"Whatever the color, the result has been..."In 1971, a new BYU flag was created consisting of two horizontal stripes in
the school's colors of white and royal blue.Since then, BYU is
23-6 versus Utah while wearing royal blue (including 2009).The angst
being generated amongst the hill crowd because of BYU's decision to wear
royal blue during this year's rivalry game is comical.
My mom will be happy they are going back to royal blue. She thought it
blasphemous that they changed to navy.It will be fun to call her,
and all the rest of my family, for the fourth year in a row!August
29 can't get here soon enough. Four more weeks!Go Utes!!
UU702"Another sign that this game means everything down in
Provo."Don't kid yourself. The fact that U and dozens of
other Utah fans are here commenting about the color of uniforms BYU will be
wearing on September 21st proves that this game means everything to the kids on
I like the decision - BYU's royal blue uniforms created an indelible
impression on college football fans nationwide, from the 70's through the
90's, and it's fun to see them return every few years.
I love this color blue but it really doesn't matter since we either always
beat Utah or when we don't it is because we beat ourselves.
I don't like this decision for a couple of reasons.First it
puts a lot of unnecessary extra pressure on the football team to win. By digging
into the past, the Y is publicly telegraphing to their opponent that
they're setting themselves up emotionally. They're making themselves
a target because while Utah will not only be motivated for a win over their
rival, they now have an opportunity to crush them emotionally.Secondly the royal is just plain ugly. As a long-time BYU fan I remember the
royal blue of the '70s, '80s and '90s. It's what I grew up
with. But while the football was great, i.e. national championship, Heisman
Trophy, etc., the uniforms were not. The navy blue has been a definite
improvement. Even the ones with the tan highlights from the early 2000s were
ok, although the bibs were a disgrace. And the black unis last year were sharp!
I'd rather see the black ones come back one game a year.
I just hope that the Utes are not allowed to appear in the red jerseys. It is
not their hone field. They need to be told to show up in white.
VladhagenBYU and Utah have been wearing their home jerseys,
regardless of whether the game is in Provo or SLC, for decades.
The royal unis are really only popular among the older generation of BYU fans.
The younger generation much prefers the darks. BYU made the right choice
changing to dark blue. The only time I really liked the royals was when they
included black trim. They really should throw in the black trim in these throw
backs, especially since it would compliment those times when they decide to do
Benderman1"The royal unis are really only popular among the
older generation of BYU fans."Your "theory" will be
severely tested on September 21st.I know lots of "younger
generation" BYU fans who like BYU's royal blue unis.You're correct about the royal blue with black trim, they did look very
I agree, I only liked the royals when they included the black trim. They looked
sharp. The royals with only white are too light and dull. The black element
plays into the black uniforms really well. Utah only introduced black in their
uniforms within the last 10 years and now they try to use it as if it is one of
their main colors. BYU actually had black in their uniforms way before that.
BYU should stick with the dark blue uniforms unless they bring back some black
to go with the royals!
I don't mind the royal blue once in a while for a throwback feel in certain
games. Making it a regular color would wear out it's novelty real fast.
Let's face it guys, the dark blue is much better looking. It's just
more modern looking and looks sharper. For the most part, the royal blue is old
and ugly looking. Over time, it gets faded and just looks purple and ugly,
leaving BYU's uniforms looking more like Northwestern's than BYUs. I
understand some of the older fans wanting to hold onto tradition, but come on
get with the times guys. At least Bronco went back to the old logo design to be
true to tradition. To be fair as well, the Miracle Bowl uniforms in 1980 were
dark blue as well.I also like when teams mix up design now and then.
I didn't used to, but Oregon made me learn to love it. They have some cool
uniform designs. I hope now and again BYU does some more blackout uniform games
cause those looked sharp.And the earlier poster is right. No one
owns any color! Especially mainstream colors like blue and red.
Ifel Of'a-sofa"steal, maybe not but copied... YES."Hardly.BYU didn't begin wearing royal blue until the
early 70's.Before that, BYU wore, drum rolllll...Navy Blue.In 1999, BYU simply returned to a shade of blue that had
been used at BYU for decades prior to 1971. Even during the 70's, many BYU
athletic teams, such as track & field, continued to wear navy or dark blue
unis.The Aggie claim that BYU copied Aggie blue is patently...
Cougar ClawsBYU never had a consistent or standard shade of
"royal blue". "Royal blue," as it was called at BYU
from 1971 to 1998, varied from year to year, and from team to team, from a light
powder blue to a dark blue, depending on the shade of blue each individual team
decided on for the coming season.Having a standard shade of blue for
all BYU branding was one of the concerns BYU addressed when they adopted
standard uniform colors in 1999.
If BYU was smart, they would wear the black helmets with these royal unis for
If BYU was bold, they would wear the black helmets and black pants with these
royal jerseys. Those would be awesome looking!
"Frankly BYU ought to use these colors ALL the time. Much more unique than
the darker blue, and then we won't have to listen to Utah State fans
claiming we stole their colors (which we did, frankly...)"Please, don't add to their whininess. No one has a market on any shade
of blue. How many teams wear red? The royal blue is classy and it's too
bad they don't use it more often.
I switched to being a Ute fan around the time of the jersey change. The cougars
just didn't look like the team I had cheered on for so many years during
the magical winning years of the 70s,80s and into the 90s. Studies said people
weren't willing to wear royal blue back then. I'll bet that study
today would show differently. Oh well, I'll cheer for them for the cougars
playing any other team. But now my home bleeds a bit more red than blue so
cheering the Utes no matter the cougars colors on Sep 21.
@toosmartThere is only one trueblue and the Aggies had it first.
Thou shalt not steal!
The royal blue brings back a lot of great memories so I am all for it. I do
think they should still continue to use the navy blue for most of their home
games. If they were to tweak the royal blue by adding a darker shaded trim to
it, then I wouldn't mind it becoming more of a mainstay.
It looks like the Utah game will be treated like royalty for BYU this year. I
guess this game means a lot for BYU, that they need "special throwback"
uniforms for this game. The uniforms won't make a difference, the end
result will remain the same. Utah will win it's fourth straight game
against little brother this year.
Benderman1,"If BYU was bold, they would wear the black helmets and
black pants with these royal jerseys. Those would be awesome looking!"Thats funny 'cause I was just thinking, if BYU is going retro, Utah
should go modern and wear the black helmet, red jersey, black pant combo debuted
last year vs. Arizona. They looked awesome, even though the game was
disappointing. I dont know who it was that was knocking Utah for
their Black jerseys, because BYU used black trim first (supposedly. I havent
seen every uni both teams have ever worn). Especially since Utah has been doing
the blackout for several years and BYU just started this past season. And
neither team was first, btw.
The only think I hate about playing BYU is that even when you beat them; the
majority of their fans refuse to give credit. They refuse to acknowledge that
they were beaten by a better team. A fluke is one thing, but 3 in a row and 8 of
11 is a trend. Oh well, let's get this season started already;
daunting schedules for both Utah and BYU.
Spokane UteYou get credit when you win the head-to-head and have a
better season, as in 2004 and 2008.You only get one-game bragging
rights if you finish with a worse record and lower ranking.2 of the
last 3 were flukes - to suggest otherwise is to deny reality.- Did
Utah really plan to shank a punt so badly that it bounced off a defender 20
yards away from the punt receiver?- Did Utah have anything to do
with a bad snap that led to a gift scoop and score?13 of the last 16
being decided by a touchdown or less in the closing minutes or in overtime does
show a trend toward extremely close, competitive games, but it hardly
demonstrates a trend toward any sort of "superiority" or
"dominance" for either team.From 2005 through 2012, BYU has
the 12th most in FBS (74), 3rd most among western teams (Boise State and
Oregon).Except for our BYU-obsessed Utah friends, overall
achievement is a much more important trend to follow.
Royal blue, huh? Time to dig out those '1984 National Champions'
t-shirts...unless you never put them away to begin with.
"Did Utah have anything to do with a bad snap that led to a gift scoop and
score?"Yes, actually. If you watched Utah football, which Im
guessing you dont and that's fine, you would have seen lots of bad snaps.
Those snaps would have been due to Centers, including BYU's and USC's
(considered on of the best in the country), so physically intimidated by the
Freak of Nature that was Star, so scared they were way off target. Direct
result of a Utah Player, Star was disruptive and obviously got in several
I guess I never reailized that BYU wore differnt shades of blue? @
SwoopI could dig up a number of plays that would have widened
Utah's margin of victory in each game, but why bother? I don't look
for credit from you, winning on the field will suffice. 8 of 11 is a definite
trend, but spin it any way you like. I'm not sure why the D-news denied my
previous comment? I guess "a constructive comment" is extremely
Utah never beats BYU. BYU beats themselves.
Bring back PERMANENTLY the real Cougar Blue and ditch the Aggie Blue.
Re: Cougars- Wise Older BrothersOlder than who? Better do some
research."BYU 31Utah 14Mark it Down!"In the last 25 years, when they have won, BYU hasn't beat the Utes
by more than seven points. Now, with a new QB who can't throw you're
going to win by 17? ha!it's 1984! it's 1984!
@Mildred in FillmoreI like how you keep repeating yourself as you
seek attention. Everyone knows you make radical claims about BYU being perfect
in all they do. Maybe write things about how the U will be bowl eligible or the
fact that the Pac 10.2 treats you like a doormat.You my friend are
quite entertaining.It's interesting that no matter the article
Chris B will mention a possible 4-0 sweep, and how he's a better human
because the team he cheers for is being used as a punching bag in the Pac 12.I'm excited for the season Go BYU woot woot!
Is it important to beat Utah? Yes. When the Cougs lose that game, I'm
crushed. I Can't think of another outcome I would like on 9/21 than to end
the game and start a 2-year break with scoreboard braggin rights. If
I had to choose beating Utah or Texas, I'd pick Utah. If I had to choose
beating Utah or Boise, I'd pick Utah. If I had to choose between beating
Utah or USU, I'd pick Utah.Would I ever trade a winning record
for an entire season and not go to a bowl game just for a win over Utah? Never.
One win gives you scoreboard bragging rights for that one win, but doesn't
guarantee a better "season" no matter the outcome.That's the difference...beating Utah is VERY important, but not the only
reason that I root for my team all season long.
jdub1942"Did Utah have anything to do with a bad snap that led
to a gift scoop and score?"Sorry, the real answer is an
emphatic, NO!Crowd noise that prevented BYU's center from
hearing Riley's snap count MAY have affected the poor timing of the snap,
but Star had NOTHING to do with Riley turning his head to reposition his RB at
the moment of the snap.------Spokane UteI
could dig up several plays that with better execution would have changed the
outcome of the game in BYU's favor, but none of them would be classified as
flukes. Face it, U got lucky to pull out a couple of games that you should have
lost in 2010 and 2012.Bottom line, U hung on to win a couple of
games by the skin of your teeth, which totally debunks the "Utah
domination" narrative Utah fans have been obsessed with pushing, since
you've had absolutely NOTHING else to beat your chests about since 2008.
You shouldn't mess with tradition. Everything significant that has ever
happened to BYU football occurred in royal blue and nothing particularly
noteworthy has happened since the change. It was bad karma to change it and
should be changed back permanently.
@talkinsportsShoulda, woulda, coulda....didn't! I can beat my
chest about beating Georgia Tech in the Sun Bowl all I want. Looking at it that
way, what in the world do you have to beat your chest about since 2008? People
who live in glass houses.........Also, I don't ever recall
stating anything about "Utah Domination". I did say that 8 of 11 and 3
in a row is a trend, and not a fluke. When you use quotation marks, you might
actually want to take if from what some one said. Otherwise it looks as though
you are making things up. Just sayin.........
The royal blue looks better on BYU.I am not a fan of drastic uniform
changes, thanks to Nike.With that said, there are some really interesting
helmet mock ups floating around the internet of both BYU, Utah, and severeal
Spokane Ute"I can beat my chest about beating Georgia Tech in
the Sun Bowl all I want."LOL! If it helps you sleep at night, go
ahead and beat your chest about beating the #56 team in the country.Since 2008, BYU has beaten #18/#18 Utah, #16/#17 Utah State, and then #16/#16
Oregon State in the Las Vegas Bowl, a team that would have finished in the Top
25 IF BYU hadn't destroyed them so badly.BYU(11-2) finished
#12/#12 in 2009, which is MUCH better than anything Utah has accomplished in the
last four years.
talkinsports,"Crowd noise that prevented BYU's center from
hearing Riley's snap count MAY have affected the poor timing of the snap,
but Star had NOTHING to do with Riley turning his head to reposition his RB at
the moment of the snap."Sure crowd noise could have been a
factor. True, Star didnt have anything to do with Riley turning his head (minus
the real possibility he may have turned for added protection from the Utah D).
But, its obvious Star had a HUGE impact in causing the Center to snap the ball
early by getting into his head through pure physical domination.Added prof
of Stars domination can be seen in every game, many of which resulted in poor
snaps by centers, including USC's center who botched 2 snaps in a row.Utah may have escaped some games by the skin of their teeth, but BYU sure
didnt. 8 of 11, 4 of 5, 3 in a row = TrendBYU has won 3 games in 11
years, Utah has completely blown out BYU 3 times in the same span.likelihood of BYU win = likelihood of Utah blowout victory.
jdub1942"...its obvious Star had a HUGE impact in causing the
Center to snap the ball early by getting into his head through pure physical
domination."The only thing that's "obvious" is your
obvious Utah homerism.BYU's Center had been blocking Star for
most of 3 quarters. If he had been in the least bit "intimidated", that
would have manifested itself MUCH earlier in the game, like say, during
BYU's first couple of possessions.Despite Utah's claims of
"domination", BYU has still managed to finish BETTER than Utah in record
and ranking 5 of the last 8 seasons, in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2012.Higher ranking = better team.Live with it!
Keep the Royal Blue. Love it. 42 - 17 BYUMark it
@UoU 1991I sleep just fine. In 2008-2009, Utah finished ranked #2
and undefeated. Knocked off then #2 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl and beat 4 teams
ranked in the FINAL top 25. Check Mate!Quick, to the
time machine. Set the date for 1984 when we beat 6-6 Michigan. Talk about
LOL!I also notice that no BYU fans are blaming the loss on
"crowd noise". Classic!
BYU 63Utah 3
Poor little inconsequential cougars. I guess "living right on and off the
field" wasn't working, since you've gone 0-3 vs. the UTES, so now
you're going to wear your lucky colors in hopes it brings you a victory.
Get ready for Tic-Tac-Toe 4 in a row!
BYU Players can't get the win, maybe the jerseys can...
Spokane Ute:"I can beat my chest about beating Georgia Tech in
the Sun Bowl all I want. Looking at it that way, what in the world do you have
to beat your chest about since 2008? People who live in glass houses...""In 2008-2009, Utah finished ranked #2 and undefeated. Knocked off
then #2 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl and beat 4 teams ranked in the FINAL top
25."LOL at your devious attempt to change the parameters -
"since 2008" obviously refers to accomplishments since the 2008-2009
season.The truth that you're obviously still having trouble
accepting is the Utes have been in steady decline since 2008, with, by your own
admission, an overtime bowl win over the 56th-ranked team in the country as your
ONLY accomplishment in the last four years.Check Mate erased!Triple stamped it, no erasies, touch blue make it true!lalalala...
backbacn: Superiority is proven on the field - live with it!Hey -
you can't beat Utah with coaching, execution, play calling or recruiting,
so try to beat them with numbers! Or better yet - change the uniform colors,
that might work!Too easy!Go Utes! Here's to four
I still love you Mildred!
Spokane UteNice try, but Utah's Sugar Bowl win was part of the
2008 season.What have U done since the 2008 season that's worth
beating your chest about?* crickets *
Austin Collie signs with the 49ers... it's been a long time, but I guess
I'm back to being a 49ers fan again!
VegasUte"Superiority is proven on the field..."over the course of entire season, every where on the planet exempt under that
crimson bubble on the hill..."Numbers" as you call them, are
the exact same "stats" that Utah fans constantly beat their chests
about:We finished #2We beat 4 Top 25 teamsWe beat #6Unfortunately for U, since 2008,BYU has more significant
"numbers" than U ...Live with it!
Y>U"BYU has still managed to finish BETTER than Utah in
record and ranking 5 of the last 8 seasons, in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, and
2012.""Check Mate erased!Triple stamped it, no
erasies, touch blue make it true!lalalala..."Classic
I believe the decision to go to Navy blue was Gary Crowton trying to establish
his identity on BYU football. That error has been corrected in part. I think BYU
was feeling sorry for navy blue at the time, since USU wasn't representing
it very well. I would support going back to royal blue.@MIMom. If
you switched to rooting for the U based on the color of uniform alone, then BYU
is better off without you as a fan. Thanks for taking care of that for us.I love how our ute brethren (and you know who you are) who obsess over
BYU still seem to insist that the modern era of college football, and the
acheivements that go along with it, began in Y2000. Some prefer to site 2004 as
the beginning of MECF.I'm happy to break it to you utes. You
love to bag on BYU fans for digging into the past. But it will be pretty much
standard operating procedures for you guys (the haters) in the next decade
(living and bragging on the past).
Caption of the photo:Um.... you're doing it wrong...
I also hope BYU wears the black jerseys for a game this year. I thought they
were pretty cool. GO COUGS!
I am glad BYU has switched to Aggieblue. Imitation is the greatest compliment.
We appreciate your admiration.
CGWhat year was the Sugar Bowl played in Fella. What's with the
"crickets"? Like you have actually posted something that is so profound,
that it cant be responded too.Sheeesh, gotta do better than than
Memo to all Utah State Aggies...You took your "Navy Blue"
color, from none other than the United States Navy.Hence the name.....
NAVY!B.Y.U. wears BYU-Blue.Which is a "Patented"
Pantone Color. Officially:BYU Blue:RGB: 0, 30,
76CMYK: 100, 72, 0, 56Pantone: PMS 282Hexadecimal: 001E4CIt's not Navy or Aggie blue.Capiche?
BlutoTruth in advertising.Utah State wears what Utah
State calls Aggie-Blue,which is a standard, unpatented Pantone Color.Officially:Aggie Blue:RGB: 0, 51, 89CMYK: 100,
58, 23, 77Pantone: 539 CHexidecimal: 003366It's not
Navy or BYU blue.It's simply a standard, unpatented color.Not only is it not the same as BYU Blue, the Aggies don't even own the
So the claim that BYU "stole" USU's blue is "patently"
false.Of the two, BYU is actually the only one that owns their own
hmmm, so BYU stole "BYU Blue", a shade of blue that was created,
patented and owned by BYU, from Utah State?
It does not matter what color they decide to wear. The few fans that are not
older than 50, or already married with kids don't wear Y colors anyway to
the games. They are too cheap to purcahse their gear, or they would rather dress
to impress so they can find their future wife or husband at the game. They care
more about looking good, than they do about the actual game that is going on.
When you show up to a game, you wear the colors of your school, or you wear a
shirt with your teams logo on it. It is not a fashion contest. The only times
you can wear something that doesn't show school spirit is when there is
terible weather. Even then, like most Ute fans and fans across the country, if
you are going to the game, you purchase gear to keep yourself dry or warm with
your teams logo or colors. It is a simple cincept that the Y fans have yet to
Oooohhhh! Reno Hightower, the greatest quarterback in the history of Kern
County - is wearing his white shoes!
Pap Smurf UTE,As someone who attended all BYU home games for the
last 3 years, I have to say that your assertion is not true. Not everyone wears
blue, but far more people wear blue than "dress to impress" at the
games. Besides, if they are too cheap to purchase gear, then they are probably
too cheap to purchase the tickets, which are not free to students like they are
PapaSmurfNot only do I wear BYU Blue proudly to every BYU home game,
I've also worn BYU Blue proudly sitting in the middle of the Crimson Club,
in the middle of the Utah student section (more than a decade before the MUSS
even existed), and in numerous other sections of RES.
Spokane Ute"What year was the Sugar Bowl played in
Fella."Nice try, but as CG already explained, Utah's Sugar
Bowl win, even though it technically occurred in the first week of 2009, was
still part of the 2008-2009 season.Crickets still chirping loudly
awaiting your respone to what the Utes have done since the 2008-2009 season
that's worth beating your chest about.Obviously, NOTHING, on a
national or even a conference scale.* crickets *