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    "Hooplor declares that Bryant Markson is now the Apostle of Dunk. Hooplor has spoken."
    By: Hooplor, January 21, 2005

    "There was Shelly Meyer sighting up on the hill and a fly on the wall heard that she and her family thinks Gainsville sucks. The coaches that were held over are a-holes and the town stinks. Another complaint is that the assistant coaches are having to live in student housing as they can't afford any of the houses that are decent in Gainesville. Coach Mullin's wife is beside herself and cries daily that they are stuck there. Does any of this matter...........nope. Just proves the grass is not always greener."
    By: Execute, January 21, 2005

    "Watching Arizona and Stoudamire play tonight makes me even more impressed with the defensive job that Marc Jackson accomplished on him. I think it is ironic that Marc is probably the most unselfish player on the team right now, plays very good defense, is the best feeder of the post on the team, and brings some toughness that is sorely needed. Who would have thunk it?"
    By: Forever Crimson, January 20, 2005

    "This board is sooo boring. All we talk about is our winning teams, recruits and our players being drafted in the first rounds of the NBA and NFL drafts. Why can't we talk about relevant topics like homeschooling?"
    By: TribUTE, January 20, 2005

    "Tim Drisdom just made the fans a promise. He said if there are at least 14,000 fans in attendance at Saturday's game, he will play the piano next week on HT700. Matt Thomas really wanted Tim to sing, but Tim laughed and said no thanks to that, but that he'd play the piano. Driz has noticed the pathetic fan attendance and he really wants the fans to support this team. So everyone get your butts to the game! No excuses!!"
    By: CuteUte, January 20, 2005

    "Evidently you didn't read the handbook 'Free agency and how to enforce it.' They give it free of charge to all incoming Utah Legislators."
    By: wannabeaute, January 19, 2005

    "The problem with BYU basketball is they do not have a good post man, a decent power foward, a small forward that can shoot the ball, a two guard that can light it up from outside consistently and a point guard that can penetrate and score, as well as set up others. Other than that, they are not bad. This from a BYU fan."
    By: JohnVA, January 19, 2005

    "Watching Giacoletti in the huddle, he's all fire & brimstone, talking a mile a minute, and it is very evident there is zero selfishness on this squad. These guys are really a team! "
    By: Ma'ake, January 17, 2005

    "After viewing Fiesta Bowl video, and the awesome Utes, and how it seems they could have competed with anybody, I'm left with a quote by poet John GreenLeaf Whittier; 'Of all the words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these .. it might have been.'"
    By: Ultimate Ute, January 17, 2005

    "Last spring Giaco spoke to L.A. area alumni. One of his comments was that Jonas Langvad was the best shooter on the team and that Giaco expected big things from Jonas. I remember thinking, 'What? That red-haired guy who never plays and we never hear anything about?' That Giaco comment is starting to take on some new significance now!"
    By: LA Ute, January 16, 2005

    "Two games into the season and the MWC should fully recognize that doubling Bogues (I can only presume they did because he only had six shots) is the quickest way to get flat out rolled, punked and bitch slapped, left bleeding in some back alley and no one calling for aid. "
    By: SoCalPat, January 15, 2005

    "There's a good reason [the Wyoming Cowboys] play their basketball games in the 'AA'... Jus' told the old lady I was headin' out to the AA meetin'. She fell for it ageen, boy howdy!"
    By: Maji Man, January 14, 2005

    "Somebody [on Cougarboard] asked about BYU memorabilia and I offered that what stands out in my mind is the callous on the bottom of my scrotum sack that has been growing with each swift boot to the sweet spot over the past few years. "
    By: Goatnapper'96, January 13, 2005

    "Lon Kruger really is nothing more at this point than Weekend at Spoonhour's 3. "
    By: mpfunk, January 13, 2005

    "Interior Defense. I am not smart enough to identify exactly what has changed here, but early in the season we weren't rotating well at all. Our interior defense stunk. Lately, we have shut down the penetration and forced teams out of their offense. That is alway easy to do against UNLV, which goes out of its way to recruit the lowest Basketball IQ athletes in the country."
    By: Wakara, January 11, 2005

    "That's college football for you: Ninety percent of it is pure speculation. Utah can just wait another hundred years or so for a team like this to come along. Oklahoma, Miami or Florida State can expect unbeaten seasons occasionally, but not Utah. The Utes went decades without winning even a conference title before Ron McBride arrived in the '90s. This was Utah's team for the ages. The Utes were perfect. They did everything they could do. Due to no fault of their own, they never got a chance to play for the national title. They'll always wonder what would have happened if they could have met USC, Oklahoma or Auburn on the field.... The only thing that ever stopped them was the BCS."
    By: Doug Robinson - Columnist, Deseret Morning News, January 11, 2005

    "[Giacoletti's] playing defense on opposing superstars and taking them out of the game. Damnit, I'm a Ute fan. I don't care a lick about the players on my team, I only go to the games to see quality opponents - and sit at home and whine when there isn't a team I consider worthy on our schdule. So, you can imagine my consternation when potential NBAers like Salim Stoudamire, Brandon Bass, and Odartey Blankson are publicly pantsed by the guy with the cocky smirk [MJ] or the guy with the pathetic assist/turnover ratio [Bogut]."
    By: ColoUte, January 11, 2005

    "RE [top recruits becoming interested in Utah]: That reminds me of something my grandpa used to say...he'd say, 'Being 12-0 is a good thing.' Now I believe him."
    By: loyter, January 10, 2005

    "How appropriate for the Cougs. They are #232, and Harvard is #233 [in the basketball RPI]. Where else would you expect the 'Harvard of the West' to be other than one place higher than the 'other' Harvard?"
    By: Mineral Ute, January 10, 2005

    "For Those Who are Upset about BBall Attendance… First of all, let me say that I'd been going to games for 20+ years. With that being said, I know a lot of people (including me) that didn't renew tickets because of price. Not only did they up ticket prices, but also Crimsom Club dues. For myself, wife, and two kids, it would cost us over $1,000 and our tickets were even on the 29th row. I have a really hard time paying that kind of money for some of the crappy teams we play at home year in and year out. That being said, at this point, I'll be keeping my FB tickets, and attending BB games periodically."
    By: BigNumbers, January 10, 2005

    "Utah never had seasons like it did in 2003 and 2004 because [previously] it either lost close games or didn't have a clue offensively. I don't think KW had anything to do with either, and having been around UM for two years (and Mac for 10), he's got to have a better grip of what flies for an offense and what doesn't."
    By: SoCalPat, January 10, 2005

    "[Regarding] 'The Play': What looked like a simple short pass turns into a hook and ladder play run to perfection. I was actually laughing when I saw it because 1) the Pitt players were so shocked they really didn't do anything and 2) it was one for ALL those who doubted the Utes. That one was for Trev Alberts, Mark May, Craig James, John Saunders, A&M fans before the A&M game, all BYU fans, all fans of the BCS, all those who wanted Pitt to show us 'some east coast football', etc. Take that you filthy whores I said as laughed at the irony of Utah going 12-0 and imagined the looks on the faces of all those BCS sluts and Ute haters. Take that!!! We are you're daddy, you are our bitches... Take that and shut up.. Take that Trev... Take that Craig.. Take that Mack Brown and Jeff Tedford... Take that Mike Tranghesse you useless sack of crap.. TAKE THAT!!! YES........................... UTAH IS 12-0. TAKE THAT AMERICA."
    By: Utes38, January 9, 2005

    "(To Trounce_the_Cougs) Could you change your moniker to U'zguy? I don't know why, but it seems so appropriate."
    By: Wakara, January 8, 2005

    "You know after much deliberation, I'm declaring it doesn't really matter. The Utes went "12-0" and nobody can take that away, and if nobody beats you or is willing to play you, thus you shall be MNC with the others."
    By: UTE98, January 4, 2005

    "We at Wayne's Auburn Board have awarded the Utes a NC! We believe you deserve it, and proved it, on the field where it counts. To heck with anyone who says otherwise, and especially the talking heads who are in love with OU & USC."
    By: Tigress from Wayne's, January 4, 2005

    "Jim Rome's Summary of the Fiesta Bowl: Gator Fans Should Be Thrilled to Have Urban Meyer. Seriously, that was pretty much it."
    By: East Coast Bias, January 3, 2005

    "Ohio State brought 50,000 people to the 2003 national championship game at the fiesta bowl, the most ever. I think we brought more. Excuse me, Mr. Meyer, but THAT'S big time college football. If you didn't know better, you would have thought Pitt was the BCS interloper and Utah was the big conference school. Fact is, we are big time..team, facilities, fans, coaches. The BCS must Die."
    By: Wakara, January 3, 2005

    "I was walking along the sidewalk and noticed a two or three older gentleUTES sitting along the parade route. As the band started coming they stood up, began to clap, and one gentleman started to tear up. I almost went over and gave the old man a big hug. Imagine how long some of the alumns have waited for this day. WE WON THE DAMN FIESTA BOWL!!!!!! I too get chills when I hear the school song, but trying to put myself in this older UTE's shoes is difficult. My oh my, we've come a long way. It was a great experience. I'm glad I didn't miss it."
    By: mexiUTE, January 3, 2005

    "Can I just give props to KW - what a statement he made! I often had said this year that criticisms of our defense this year were actually just compliments of our offense. The defense was just stifling, and to see the Pitt QB on his butt virtually every play was great. I think we have some great years ahead of us!"
    By: Rocker_Ute, January 3, 2005

    "As if the Ute defense needed any extra motivation [Pitt QB] Palko did bring some of the misery on himself. After having been sacked about six or seven times he started getting a little testy with Hackenbruck. I said out loud, 'You shouldn't do that' and sure enough Hack got him back not too much later."
    By: UTE98, January 3, 2005

    "First, the tailgate food was totally underwhelming. The Liberty Bowl party before the game was 10 times better, with BBQ, chicken, lots of salad & dessert choices, and I keep thinking free drinks. (I remember tipping bartenders, but not having to buy a drink. I didn't have that many, really!) To charge someone $20 and just to get in a fence and then charge them more for everything beyond a sandwich and potato salad is not very cool."
    By: HoopUte, January 3, 2005

    "I haven't found out what Trev has had to say [about the Fiesta Bowl], or how he would like his crow prepared. That's a project for later today. I noticed ABC let Craig James simply dodge it by only talking about the Rose Bowl during halftime of the Fiesta Bowl. Nice job, chumps."
    By: HoopUte, January 3, 2005

    "In Texas, after rain storms, you see fire ant mounds pile up. Well, that's what Phoenix looked like to me. Utah fans swarmed the city like fire ants attacking an intruding cricket. Total inundation. I'd guess we owned 2/3rds of the stadium or more. The rest were corporate sponsors and several thousand Pitt fans. Utah fans basically had the entire home field side, plus both endzones and some of the Pitt side."
    By: TheSportsProfessor, January 3, 2005

    "It was nice to see the order in which Gatorade baths were given. 1)Kyle Whittingham 2)Gary Anderson 3)Urban Meyer. Kyle got the biggest shot, his shirt was just trashed."
    By: Diehard Ute, January 3, 2005

    "...Which then brings us to.......the tailgate. The world's BIGGEST rippoff. The Fiesta Bowl should really be embarassed, they fleeced people, willingly, just because they could. You pay $10 to park, then $20 to get into a place that has horrid food, and doesn't include your drink. The Fiesta Bowl may treat the players and coaches really really well, but they screw the fans over in some ways."
    By: Diehard Ute, January 3, 2005

    "Funniest sign I saw at the [Fiesta Bowl] game: 'My wives let me come.' 2nd place: 'lex Smith is my prophet.'"
    By: MeSoVanHorny, January 3, 2005

    "All the Pitt fans were extremely hospitable and they were just fun to be around. The Utes definetly represented well themselves. I'd say we had at least 45,000 fans in red, if not more. Overall this was the greatest football atmosphere I have ever been apart of, from New Years Eve all the way through the pregame party and the Fiesta Bowl itself. If we are ever lucky enough to get back to the Fiesta I strongly suggest to everyone that was not able to make it this year to do anything they can to go next time. It was definetly worth every penny. I'm still shaking with excitment from the Utes big win and I can't wait till next season..."
    By: 98Ute, January 2, 2005

    "Thank you everybody on here and all 60,000 or so Ute fans who showed up in Tempe to support our team. Thank you Urban Meyer for re-vitalizing our football program and bringing us to the national stage. Thank you Alex Smith for being such a class act and a hell of a quarterback. Thank you the senior class of 2004 (Best Senior Class EVER). Thank you Fiesta Bowl for throwing such an awesome party. Seeing a sea of red when I started approaching Sun Devil Stadium was awe-inspiring and a once in a lifetime moment."
    By: hatu_it_is_revenue, January 2, 2005

    "About Pitt Fans I will offer this observation. The high quality ones came to Tempe and the poor ones that constitute the dickheads stayed home and posted on our board. I didn't run into one Pitt fan in Tempe that wasn't fun and enjoyable to talk with or deal with. We even bought a few of them a drink and let them join our party before the game. After the game those I talked to were gracious and complementary. As usual the ones that don't know crap and like to talk big behind the protection of the internet came over and played big man...big mouth and tiny mind."
    By: Dixieute, January 2, 2005

    "I'm still trying to figure out with the attendence... How come the largest home crowd the Utes have ever played in front of (I'm guessing 60K Ute fans from what everyone is saying and from what I have read) was in Tempe, AZ? I'm glad to see all of those Ute fans show up but what the crap...where have you been? I just find it interesting. Here is to a great Utah crowd and an undefeated season."
    By: FloridaUte, January 2, 2005

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