By Travis Adamson
Remember this classic ASB post?
We've reached the end of another sports year. So how does this year measure up? Admirably. We beat Utah again, and again on a heroic play from the Utes' most hated player to another BYU great TE.
Kyle did not get in a fistfight with his grandma, but his son did steal a Blackberry and was almost disqualified from serving a mission if not for kyle stepping in and making things ok with the wronged BYU fans.
In even better news, Max Hall expressed his hatred for the Utes during the post-game interview and totally represented my feelings in the process.
Utah basketball has become a joke. A punch line. Those who say the rivalry is at its best when both teams are good are wrong. The rivalry is at its best when BYU is good and Utah sucks. When all the Utes have to look forward to is the MWC Defensive Player of the Year being awarded to David Foster's pituitary gland, and sneaking up on UNLV to play spoiler.
When BYU's bench beats Utah at home worse than they have ever been beaten; when Gordon Monson moves on from taking shots at Bronco to taking shots at Jim Boylen; Utah makes a late season run (in their undies) for the CBI but gets left on the bubble: That's a good year.
Ute fans everywhere drop a Drca in their pants this year. Their prized shooting guard is a scrawny whiny baby who shoots every time he gets the ball.
Oh, and BYU had the most entertaining player in the country and kicked serious butt all year long, including beating the 2006 & 2007 national champ in the NCAA tourney in double OT with 37 points from our PG.
Travis Adamson is a BYU blue-blood from the Northwestern United States. He may be in Husky country, but his heart still resides in LaVell Edwards Stadium. He is a guest blogger and His views do not necessarily reflect those of Adam's Sports Blog or its parent company, Cougar Crazies Ltd.