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Plays Of The Year candidates: Utah

cross-posted from DumpDorrell.com

We are not going to let Karl Dorrell entirely ruin the season of all our players, especially all the seniors.  We are going to continue to highlight the great plays of the year so that at the end of the year we as fans can pay tribute to our team for the great plays they made.  Having said that, finding great plays in such a thorough beatdown is not possible and even if there were one or two plays they would not be worthy of the list.  Our players don't need to be reminded of this game at the end of the season.  So, for this week's Utah game there are NO CANDIDATES for Plays of the Year.  We will continue with this list next week with our home game against Washington.

Note: For those new readers, with the Stanford game we started a weekly postgame post this year based on the Top 10 Plays of the Year post we published at the end of last year featuring our top 10 plays for 2006.  We published that post on BruinsNation as well and a BruinsNation member, jtthirtyfour,  put together a great video of all the Top 10 Plays of the Year in order starting from the 10th best play.  It's an amazing video compilation.  So this year we thought we'd get a head start by listing the candidates for Plays of the Year after each game.  By the time the season ends we should have many to choose from.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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