3 byu fans that are all predicting undefeated season? Ha! With as horrible of
a schedule, I know byu SHOULD go undefeated. But will they?Not a
Ken, you say this is a horrible schedule. You should say it may prove to be a
horrible schedule. I say we could well end up playing 3 different conference
champions. Time will tell.Good luck to your Utes. Despite your
best efforts to cause unworthy feelings among the BYU faithful, I am hoping Whit
and Co get what they deserve. If so, then you too will have the pleasure of
cheering for a bowl-bound team.Cougar fans tend to be optimistic,
maybe overly so. Ute fans seem to be pessimistic. Perhaps appropriately so.
And the first commentator is...Ken! Thank you for monitoring BYU articles, we
all hope you enjoy our season. Our pre-season ranking looks great. We look
forward to your continuing comments on all things BYU.Eat'em up
When you make a habit out of going to bowl games, one tends to be optimistic,
just as when a team tends to be in the basement of their conference year after
year, tends to try to pick apart another team.
Ken, move on to Colorado, they are your rivals now remember?
Y Grad / Y DadRichland, WACougar fans tend to be optimistic,
maybe overly so. Ute fans seem to be pessimistic. Perhaps appropriately so.----------Except for duckhunter, bluto or their army of
trolls.And that, my friends, is exactly why BYU fans and some LDS
faithful are so universally reviled.All that pretentious, bloated,
narcissistic, narrow-minded tripe... filled with so much hypocrisy that it
baffles human kind how any otherwise intelligent people could possibly have such
an elitist view of the world. Sports or not.Yuck... I'll pass
on that refuse.
Cali blueCoalinga, CAOur pre-season ranking looks great. ----------Does it now?#38? You must be so proud
of that accomplishment. LOL!Especially because it's based on
absolutely nothing. You'll notice Arizona, NIU and Minnesota also got
votes.Enjoy your "national ranking."Ha ha ha ha!
Tomahawk RedSan Francisco, CAThanks for the feedback.
I'll ponder it.
Y Grad / Y DadRichland, WATomahawk RedSan Francisco, CAThanks for the feedback. I'll ponder it.----------No need to tell me. I already knew you would.
Tomahawk RedSan Francisco, CAExpressing gratitude is a common
courtesy. Whether you appreciate good manners or not, I felt I should practice
them.Good luck with your brutal schedule. Perhaps this is the year
Utah football will be vindicated.
Personally, I'm glad the Y won't be playing Utah this year. I say let
them go play in their PAC-12 sandbox and revel in their mighty Strength of
Schedule as they win three or four games this year. If BYU is no longer
relevant to Utah, the reverse is true, too.
Now if I posted something remotely approaching the vitriol and hatred spewed by
Tomahawk Red I am confident my post would be rejected. So let me get
this straight, TR, it is OK for Utah fans to behave in a manner of all those
colorful adjectives you used to describe BYU fans? That reminds of a
conversation between a kettle and a pot...
EddieSyracuse, UTWhen you make a habit out of going to bowl games,
one tends to be optimistic, just as when a team tends to be in the basement of
their conference year after year, tends to try to pick apart another team.________When you make a habit out of going to prearranged
bowl games. The optimistic bar is set very low.BYU shares the independence
conference basement with it's "Band of Buddies."