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  2. That’s insane!! Talk about holding a grudge. But seriously, who needs the playbook when you’re playing Wake Forest.

  3. I’m not sure what was worse. Mack Brown leaving early in the Toledo game or this sideline reporter in the Poinsettia Bowl. Anyways, crazy game and big props to fans who stayed till the end in the downpour.

  4. So sick of coaches saying the same thing every week in their press conferences leading up to the game. Are they really that idiotic, or do they just like having their excuses ready when they lose? Glad Sitake shut this guy down!!

    “If it was a great system to develop athletes, Alabama would be doing it. And not one of their guys is going on a mission.” – Kalani

  5. Give refunds to fans and business partners if players are rested. Cut minutes-per-game instead of sitting players on the bench.

  6. Well, I do hope the coach doesn’t let himself become offended. I didn’t know where Desert Hills High was while reading this article. Although I have lived in Utah for a few years, I’m not from Utah and don’t know much about St. George; surely Ty Detmer would be similar.

  7. Coach Detmer and Coach Sitake are some of the most beloved, excellent coaches out there. As a BYU fan who grew up outside of Utah, let me say I didn’t know where Desert Hills High was located before this article. If the Sewell family has/had any interest in BYU, I am absolutely positive BYU coaching staff and fans would consider themselves blessed and welcome Penei with open arms! Ha ha! Come on down anytime! We want you part of the cougar family!

  8. This is absolutely the most truth that has been spoken in years about professional basketball, I’ve been saying this same damn thing for years, Thank You for posting this:)

  9. I remember when the shoe was on the other foot, when Utah had lost 9, count em 9 in a row. From 1979 to 1987, BYU had been the thorn in Utah’s side. One year in particular was supposed to be a year when Utah was going to Pop Out and win the game. And with the very beginning of the game it looked just like that was going to happen, when on the first play of the game, “Pop Corn Rogers” popped out of the middle of the pack and ran for a very long 80 yard touch down run. But winning the game was not going to be the case. BYU ended up routing Utah 57-6 in that game. Did Utah Moan and Groan all the time about the loses. You bet your bootie they did. Loud and long were their moans and groans. Did BYU ride Utah during that time. No more than Utah is riding BYU now. Frankly its hard to tell when the streak will end. I remember a game in Utah, that it was supposed to win, but because of snow, BYU came away with a win, so much that all the snow markings were in favor of BYU’s side of the field. Is it time for BYU to end the streak? Of course it is. Historically when BYU has lost a game on the road and then came home to play at home, BYU has won 79% of those games. It didn’t matter who they were playing, because they played many note worthy opponents under this circumstance: Penn State, Texas, Washington, Arizona… etc… So if I were a betting man, the odds are definitely on BYU’s side, despite Utah being ranked 21st in the nation. I wonder how it tastes to chew on Ute? It’s been a while, but I’ll bet it tastes real good.