Saturday, September 08, 2012

Weber State Game Day Thread: Wildcats v. BYU Cougars

We'll be keeping our fingers crossed that our WSU Wildcats will follow USU's lead, and catch an over-confident Cougar team flat-footed

The Weber State Wildcats are back on the road today in Provo, where they're presented with a rare opportunity to prove themselves against powerful potential in-state rival BYU.  Kickoff's set for 1:00 at Edwards Stadium, Wildcats fans.

For the pre-game overview check out these Standard-Examiner and Salt Lake Tribune stories:
You can view the game on BYUtv of course; but here's the Carl Arky-narrated link for the online game audio, for those folks whose homes aren't satellite or cable-ready
While some so-called experts might suggest that WSU may be playing the role of the sacrificial lamb this afternoon, we're not buying that. This end of week could be already shaping up as a weekend of local upsets, as we see it; so we'll be keeping our fingers crossed that our fired-up WSU Wildcats will follow USU's lead, and possibly catch an over-confident Cougar team flat-footed.

Go Wildcats!

Update 9/8/12 6:00 p.m.: The Bad News:
The Good News:  The Wildcats beat the point spread (40 pts.).


Smaatguy said...

Well it's good to see old coach Smith with Arkinsaw drop from the top 25 at

Smaatguy said...

OT....hold on to your wallets as it looks like Weber County Library is setting us up for a new main branch from Sunday's article.....more to come on that....

Smaatguy said...

Ok, here is the skinny....the article spouts off about big water table issues and debris from the construction of the current building...both "appear" to be HUGE obstacles to doing anything with the existing building or site...I say doodlysquat...first of all, most of the bench from say Adams to Quincy has underground water irradically flowing through it and they dealt with it in the current building...those things wear out...and technology has changed alot since then to deal with before we go buying a new piece of property in the downtown area lets think twice and save the scare tactics....secondly, the and basement and the debris goes with it...the boiler and such....put a new one in that takes up minimal thinks this is a set up for a new building on a new site....and thier my friends go your property taxes....I could be wrong of course, but this is how I see it.

Smaatguy said...

One more many issues is a new piece of property going to have that would have the same central you would be spending site costs the cost of the land...

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