BYU Football: 3 reasons why and why not BYU will beat Utah

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PROVO, UT – AUGUST 29 : Jaylen Dixon #25 of the Utah Utes is face masked as he is taken out of bounds by Mitchell Price #26, Jackson Kaufusi #38 and Dayan Ghanwoloku #5 of the BYU Cougars during their game at LaVell Edwards Stadium on August 29, in Provo, Utah. (Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)

BYU Football looks to end their nine game losing streak to Utah this weekend.

Every time that it seems like BYU Football is on the verge of beating Utah something seems to happen. Despite the average margin of the losses being only 6.5 points, with seven of the nine losses being less than one score, BYU has just not been able to come out ahead.

While there is no doubt that Utah in most of these seasons has been the slightly more talented team, it almost feels like rolling a dice and saying that if it lands 1-4 then Utah wins, 5 or 6 and BYU wins and somehow it always landing on the Utah’s numbers.

This year, it feels once again that Utah is the slight favorite, the only question is, will the dice finally roll in BYU’s favor?

As with every game, there are certain reasons why BYU will or will not win. Against Utah, I’ve come up with three very good reasons BYU will finally beat the Utes, and three reasons why Ten is Coming.

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