In this edition of "Believer vs. Non-Believer," we'll tackle the one constant, good or bad, that punctuated a very busy week of football around the state of Utah: quarterback play.
Some were good, as in Taysom taking to his feet -- but also using his arm, which many thought BYU had abandoned including our own "Non-Believer."
Some were bad, as in Travis Wilson throwing a ridiculous number of picks in a 34-27 loss to UCLA that could have been avoided -- had he not thrown to players in the wrong colored jersey according to our "Believer."
And some just had bad luck, as in Chuckie Keeton throwing a pick six early in Utah State's 31-14 loss to rival BYU -- and then going down with a season ending knee injury, in a year when he was under Heisman Trophy consideration.
We'll also talk about the red-hot BYU defense which hasn't allowed more than 20 points to any one opponent this season, and the play of Alex Smith, the former Ute who has had a career resurgence with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Time to take the first snap, starting with our "Believer," who is still getting over Keeton's torn ACL and MCL ligaments in his knee -- which abruptly ended his season and forced him into an eight-month break: