Duckhunter must be excited to see byU's newcomers. At least they
don't know whats its like to lose to their rival 4 years in a row in their
super bowl.Go UTES7-5 this season Mark it down
@ 2013 Ute SeniorsSo on an article about Utah, you decide to
immediately decide to talk about a team that isn't on our schedule and
isn't in our conference..... That's the definition of a little
@Two For Flinching, The person behind "2013 Ute Seniors SWEEP
byU 4-0" and the several other identities he posts under seems to labor
under the burdensome belief that the utes must be better than BYU every year.
Doing something meaningful in the PAC12 would be nice but beating BYU is better.
Even if the wheels come off for the rest of the season and the two programs go
in opposite directions.BYU is a song in his head that he can't
get out.So you nailed it. 2013 Ute Seniors SWEEP byU 4-0 AKA Chris B
AKA a bunch of other monikers-- is the very definition of a little bro
We are so dang awsome and prestegous again that we will win our teams all the
time again this year.Go Utes!
2013 Ute Seniors...aka Chris B:"At least they don't know whats
its like to lose to their rival 4 years in a row in their super bowl."I thought Colorado was your rival in your annual pillow fight. I also
think it's as much, if not more, Utah's bowl game of the year...I mean
BYU actually goes bowling whereas U don't so they don't need to play
Utah to have a bowl game.
Cougsndwagw,Colorado IS our rival. Where did you get confused that
they aren't? My comments are all consistent. Utah's players
don't know what its like to lose to their rival(Colorado) as byu players
do(to their rival Utah).Want to try again?
CB:ND is our new rival not U. See I can be delusional too. BYU
is your rival whether you like it or not. And if U insist that a 1-11 team is
your rival then I guess that says a lot about your expectations. No confusion
here...I think the confusion lies with U because I think the majority of
reasonable ute fans would agree that BYU is still your rival...and all the ute
comments on BYU articles (especially yours) speak volumes to that point.