Yup, the rivalry that will just not die no matter how many times Chris Hill tries, is back for another round. Things are looking pretty grim in Cougarland. Can they bounce back? Can they find the very elusive Ty Detmer offense in it's natural habitat just in time to avoid yet another loss? Will the LES crowd give the BYU offense a standing ovation when they pass midfield? Ok, let's not kid ourselves, "if" they pass midfield. I'm just gonna come out and say it: If Utah loses this game, I'll NEVER forgive them. I'm not interested in the: "anything can happen in this rivalry" talk this time around. In all honesty, during this week I usually try to be polite to the BYU fans on this board that I like and I'll throw some genericly bland sentences their way. Things like: "Utah better bring their "A" game", or , "BYU has the type of coaches/players/schemes that can cause real problems for Utah". I just can't do it this year. Yes, I'm aware that BYU could possibly beat Utah. But I'm sorry, offensively they're an absolute **** show. No game changers at WR, no game changers at RB, an overrated O-line, an OC that is drowning, and QB who looks broken. We could break down and analyze all of the match-ups, but that's just a ****ing waste of time. The bottom line is this: Utah has ZERO business losing this game. I'm not impressed that Kilane's furious and is ready to start knocking heads, I'm not impressed that BYU will be back at home, eager to show their heated rival that they're up to the task. I won't be impressed by all of the radio reports that we'll have to deal with this week, telling us how Detmer is working with Mangum to refine some of the issues within the offense. Utah's the better team. On every level. Anything less than a double digit win, would signal in my mind that maybe Whitt is as inept as Detmer. The roster talent between these two isn't even close and it's time to validate that with a comfortable road win in Provo.