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  • #95300

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    I want Huntley to be the number one QB in the Pac-12. Where he ranks in the state of Utah is not on my radar. Let’s go ahead and say he’s number 3 and be done with it. Is Huntley going to perform better than Eason? That’s what matters.

  • #93353

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    Apparently Alex Jensen is being floated around facebook. Just something someone told me. I don’t facebook.

  • #93263

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    So much for leg day

  • #92472

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    All of them except non conference. Nobody goes undefeated and anybody can lose to anybody, anytime.

  • #86875
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    Congratulations Cat. You did it. Won fair and square.

  • #86782

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    Hey Eastbaycat99, halftime thoughts?

  • #92486

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    A Pac-12 championship would sure go a long way. Damn, coming up on our 9th year in the Pac. Feels like a crossroad. Do we fall back like every other south division champ or secure a spot among the top of the conference?

  • #92473

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    Same reason we did not get Ty Jones or Puka Nacua. Look at our last two, productive, go to WRs. Covey and Carrington. Chronically injured. Why? That’s how you shut down our offense. Take away the go to WR then stack the box. If I’m Chris Petersen I’m telling Puka – wanna go to Utah and be the best WR on the team, by a mile … and get the hell pounded out of you? Catch balls from at best a fair to middling QB? If you’re an elite receiver, you’re taking a very big risk coming to Utah.

    Maybe we have turned the corner here. Assuming Rising lives up to his 4* ranking and doesn’t Tuttle out on us, Shelley proves he wasn’t a flash in the pan, Huntley makes it through a season, Dixon, Enis, Thompson and Vickers can keep Covey healthy, we might have a shot at a kid like Harry … or Puka or Ty Jones.

    Ask yourself, if your kid was an elite receiver – not a DB, not a lineman, not an RB, but high end WR, are you all in for Utah? Imagine Covey and Harry on the field together. Imagine Covey and JuJu Smith on the field together. Now imagine Covey and Siaosi Mariner on the field toge…. wait, we’ve seen that.

    Harsh post, but I think I’m right and nobody wants to see this change more than me.

  • #88365
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    What Texas has done has nothing to do with this person’s opinion of Utah. Does this mean I can’t be critical of Clemson?

  • #86562
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    Born and raised in Miami, played for Miami, and it’s his dream job. He gone. This would be the equivalent of Morgan Scalley finding himself in a good job on the east coast and suddenly Utah opened up. He gone!

  • #86551
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    Dennis Dodd wouldn’t be surprised

  • #86526

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    And Michigan scored 39 on Ohio State, so they must be GREAT!

  • #86521

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    If you compare the starting 22, Utah’s O-line averages about 5 pounds more per player; … The Cats Dline on average is a little bigger than Utah’s, as are the linebackers. … and so I really don’t know what his observation was based on.

    I watched Michigan, Iowa and Ohio St.

    NW Dline all wear number in the 90s. 99 is out, he was a 292lb slow slug, as are the rest of the NW Dline. The DEs are lightish, as they should be. 98 is 254, 91 is 285 and 97 Gaziano is 275. The reason I named Gaziano is because out of the three games I watched he was the only Dlineman to do something worthy of having his name called. NW Dline is downright horrible. Being small isn’t bad, but when you couple it with slow and weak it’s a formula that results in getting your shit pushed in, which is exactly what our Oline is going to do. There is a reason they have no sacks, they’re shitty, plain and simple. Now for the interior guys, 95-268, 94-292, 96-274, 92-288 and 95-268. All these little guys play, 91 and 97 the most (DEs). 99 played a lot too, but he’s gone. NONE OF THE DL COMMAND A DOUBLE TEAM … NONE!

    Now for the LBs … yeah, they better be big because the Dline CAN’T keep the opposing Oline off the LBs. However, like everyone else on NW, they are slow.

    Our DTs are all over 300 lbs. Like I said, being big isn’t all that, but couple it with speed and you have a very big problem.

    As far as LB, TE, RB, WR, DB … don’t care about size, doesn’t matter. What matters is size and SPEED in the trenches and NW does not have it. At all!!

    Your Dline has bigger DEs. Ours go 250ish, yours 280ish. Ours command double teams and sack the QB, yours don’t.

    You’re interior Dline is small … and slow. Our DTs are 25-35 pounds heavier and much faster

    Let’s talk all conference players. How many NW players made first, second or third team? Yeah … that’s right, NONE!

    Edit – correction, one guy each on 1st, 2nd and 3rd team. Still unimpressive.

    Utah? We lead the Pac-12 with 9 First team and 4 Second team.

    So do you still not know what my observation is based on or do I need to keep going?

    NW is going to get blown off the field.

  • #86415

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    *loss

  • #86158

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    Not at all. We’re fine with Shelley, Shyne, Green and Dixon. Bernard for Chase. Let me had another hawt take. I doubt they score any points on our defense. That’s how lopsided I think it is.

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