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BYU agrees to a 2011 single



Suckers.  That's a pretty solid 2011 OOC schedule, especially for Mack (assuming he hasnt retired yet).  Rice, BYU, @ UCLA and UCF.

The Provo paper got a little snarky about the deal though saying:

 

Texas will come to Laramie, but not Provo?

BYU announced on Tuesday it will play the University of Texas in Austin on Sept. 10, 2011, but nothing about a possible return date. BYU Associate Athletic Director Duff Tittle confirmed that the 2011 game is a one-and-done scenario.

In 2009, BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall said his program would try to only schedule home-and-home arrangements, adding that it was "insulting" for schools to offer only one game on the road.

Texas played the University of Wyoming in Laramie in 2009, winning 41-10. The two teams play in Austin in 2010.

But hey, it is Texas, which played for the national championship earlier this month.

http://heraldextra.com/sports/college/byu/football/article_1083de04-0ad5-11df-bc7b-001cc4c002e0.html

 

 

Anyway, it's up on the Future Schedules page at MBTF.... along with a change in the Tech date, which I never believed would happen.

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