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BYU v Utah State

Postby donovan » Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:22 am

Utah State looked very good against a BYU that looked totally inept. All the specifics are the same for every game where one team plays better than their opponent; they tackle, block, make assignments, stay disciplined and play to the final whistle. Utah State 45-20
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Re: BYU v Utah State

Postby Mountainman » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:01 am

I was watching the Marshall vs Middle Tennessee game and became annoyed and aggravated with the play of the Herd, so I flipped over to the BYU vs Utah State game....... after watching for a while and another shot or so of 1792 Straight Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey, I thought, ‘enough’ went went to bed. :roll:

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Re: BYU v Utah State

Postby donovan » Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:39 am

Let me get this straight. You're watching a bad game between Marshall vs Middle Tennessee, give up on that, switch to the West Coast version of the same two teams, BYU v Utah State vying for the Old Wagon Wheel. Then after watching a bunch of teetotalers get thrashed by a bunch of farmers and say, "What the heck, why didn't start drinking earlier and avoid all this pain." Most painful of that game were the announcers. If they don't even know the tradition of the schools, go away. I was pulling for Utah State. Puts Boise in better shape if they beat both of them.

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Re: BYU v Utah State

Postby Spence » Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:25 pm

Nothing like good ol Kentucky bourbon to get you closer to bedtime.
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