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Cats need competition


Re: UA football

Whether or not Idaho can be considered a “real opponent” remains to
be seen, since they were 1-11 last year. However, whether they are
“real” or not is immaterial, since the Cats need to face somebody
besides themselves to grow and get better. That’s why teams generally
improve the most between their first and second games.


Nate Ness is a ballhawk. In JC, he had a lot of interceptions, and
he is starting to hit stride in the Pac-10. He will be a force this

Our linebackers are also going to surprise some people this year;
Kelley, Tuihalamaka, Palmer, McCovy and several others can hit.


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