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    • #71301

      Pace Manyung
      Ute Fan

      I’m eating crow and loving it.  Utes came out of halftime and did something I haven’t seen in a long time – played to win.  I wish I could feel all in for the AZ game but the scars of past WTF loses are hard to shake.  Ute coach’s need to be on the top of their game this week


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    • #71303

      Ute Fan

      If I had a Coaching play of the game last night it would be tied between going for it on fourth down and Moss scoring.  Or those 3 points before half. That was well executed, against Washington they tried that if you remember and Huntley made a bad pass for an INT. 


    • #71305

      Ute Fan

      Don’t worry about the WTF loss, we already got that out of the way. Not against WSU , I expected that game to be a toss up. Our WTF loss was the unimpressive win against NIU.

      • #71309

        Ute Fan

        Yes – although I think you can make the argument we’ve already had 2 WTF losses in those two games… WSU is a good team and the Palouse is a weird place to play, but for me the WTF was the *way* we lost that game. Either way, I endorse the “WTF loss(es) are out of the way” theory.

        • #71316

          Ute Fan

          I think it was Udub. I keep saying they are overrated but I really do believe they are. Utah had tons of chances and got in their own way repeatedly.  Stanford was damn near perfectly executed by the offense tho. 

    • #71307


      Utes 59

      Cats 2

      • #71328

        Ute Fan

        you’re assuming PAC12 refs know what constitutes a safety. they blew that against UA a few years ago

        • #71330

          Ute Fan

          They blew a holding call. It’s okay though. We got it done.

          • #71346

            Ute Fan

            They don’t know a hold or a target if it is right in front of them. 

    • #71337
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      Ute Fan

      I don’t think anyone who has been pointing out the obvious failings of the coaches/players have anything to eat crow about.
      It’s been rightly noted that we haven’t been running enough, that Huntley holds the ball too long, that there are too many sideline passes vs. down the middle, too many drops, and that the play-calling hasn’t allowed the offense to build confidence going forward in a game.

      So it should be unsurprising that in a game where all of the above doesn’t feature prominently, we suddenly seem competent.

      Now let’s keep it up.


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