Utefans.Net - Uniting the Fans Since 1998
Mobile - Home - Message Board - Best Stuff - Game Schedule - Photo Gallery - Quotable - Join!
Username or email


Password


Remember me

Forgot your password?

> Become a Member!

Contribute to UteFans.Net
  • new threads
  • top posts
  • ute news
  • football news
  • basketball news
  • gymnastics news
  • best of the board
  • best of football
  • best of basketball
  • best of rivalry smack
  • Please visit our sponsors:
     

    Football Archive

    They're afraid and have no confidence in their product.
    By: The Thrill, Thursday 19 May 2016

    They're afraid and have no confidence in their product.

    Posted By: The Thrill
    Date: 2016-05-19 06:55:35

    It's the only explanation. Do Florida State fans flip out when Florida offers their recruits? No, for starters it should let them know this kid has value. Would they rather offer a kid that gets no other offers?

    Obviously they believe Utah, or anybody, can snipe their recruits. That's a lack of confidence. Everything has to be a secret because if Utah gets their hands on this kid there's no way he'll go to BYU. That's the mentality.

    You can sense fear in their fans of a slippery slope to irrelevance. No conference. Losing coaches. Can't win big games. Facade of greatness behind inflated schedules. They all see the writing on the wall and feel the separation between Utah and BYU growing and it's killing them.

    Losing recruits is the first step, they can't have that happen. So when they witness Utah offering a kid after BYU does instead of taking it as a compliment for recognizing talent they view it as an attack. They're very defensive.

    They're grasping at straws. The Mormon persecution complex is off the charts with this Big12 thing. They have fans working on proposals to the Big12 day and night. With graphs and statistics proving they belong. I'd say it's sad but it's not, it's desperate.

    DISCLAIMER: UteFans.Net is not affiliated with the University of Utah, except that the owner, operators and contributing members are students, alumni, and rabid fans of the U. Additionally, the owner and operators of Utefans.Net are not responsible for the actions of those who use this public forum. By contributing to this forum you agree to abide by the Rules of Conduct outlined on the Post Message page.

    Forum - Boardmail - Profile - Schedule - Events - Photos - Archive - Quotable - Join!
    Home | About Us | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | News | Contact Us

    Copyright (C) 1998-2017 Utefans LC. All rights reserved. Partner of USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties.