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For Stew Morrill • defeating a quality opponent.
For Lone Peak High • becoming the fourth-best team in the state, behind the Jazz, BYU and USU.
For Utah basketball • earning back respect.
For Brian Johnson • learning quickly.
For Brandon Doman • changing jobs.
For Ty Detmer • taking the wheel of BYU’s offense.
For Andy Reid • gathering himself for a year before finding a new job.
For American tennis • developing a star on the men’s side.
For Jeff Hornacek • getting hired as a head coach.
For Taysom Hill • dropping back behind a sound offensive line.
For Travis Wilson • dropping back behind a sound offensive line.
For Alex Smith • being appreciated.
For Lance Reynolds • floating on a raft in the Caribbean somewhere.
For Derrick Favors • averaging 35 minutes a game.
For Enes Kanter • averaging 25 minutes a game.
For Alec Burks • averaging 15 minutes a game.
For Jimmer Fredette • getting traded.
For the Jazz II • using their financial flexibility to gain a top-drawer, pass-first point guard who can set the pace of games offensively and play a little D.
For Jazz fans • driving on fumes of potential and patience for yet another season.
Gordon Monson hosts "The Big Show" weekdays from 3-7 p.m. on 1280 AM and 97.5 FM The Zone. Twitter: @GordonMonson.
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