As always BYU senior guard Jimmer Fredette is attracting a lot of attention and he has made such a cultural impact that not all the mentions are strictly about basketball.
The legend of Jimmer seems to be pretty widespread at this point including all the bits about his family and growing up and his religion.
And in case you missed it, KSL recorded a video of some familiar faces associated with BYU singing a Bon Jovi tune covered with the lyrics changed to be all about Fredette.
And finally, the Fredette brothers' story about the sibling who inspired his younger brother is told once again, this time on YouTube (below).
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