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Weber State overshadowed by Utah, BYU?

Weber State overshadowed by Utah, BYU?



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The Weber State Wildcats will hit the road for Saturday's first round of the football championship playoffs. This is one of the best seasons in the school's memory, but not everyone on campus is cheering.

Some players on the Wildcats' team don't like being overshadowed by Brigham Young University and the University of Utah.

"We've done something that no other Weber State team has ever done before, yet we're overshadowed by BYU and Utah," said Wildcats player Bo Bolin.

He says Weber State only gets a crowd of about 6,000 at its games. Some of the players say there's not enough support on campus.

Many students were unaware of Saturday's showdown with Cal Poly.

E-mail: tcallan@ksl.com

Tom Callan

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