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Published: Thursday, July 8 2010 1:00 p.m. MDT

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Wishing you all the best in both your personal and (hopefully) your professional life!


Good luck Harvey, you'll always be a BYU Cougar!


@Barack Mysocksoff

I see your point, and it wasn't until this last week that fans learned about the timing of the HC violations. I am disappointed that Harvey did not come clean until after the season was over, but I am not going to judge him either. For one thing, it is not mine or any other person's place on this message board to judge Harvey. And for another thing, we have all made mistakes in life and not owned up to them right away. In the Savior's parable of the Prodigal Son we are taught that the Lord will accept any sinner who repents, regardless of how long it takes him/her to do so. It is a very sad and unfortunate situation, but both Harvey and BYU are trying to do the right thing and I am proud of both of them. I wish to thank Harvey from the bottom of my heart for the great memories he gave Cougar fans, and wish him the best of luck in his career, and great happiness in his life. You are AWESOME Harvey!!


My wife and I chose to keep our pregnancy from all but immediate family until the 5th month (if you tell people when you are pregnant, then you have to tell them all if something goes wrong). No one guessed until she was almost five months, including her pregnant friends.

It is not Unga's responsibility to confess his sins to the whole world, nor anyone else's job to confess them for him. It is also no one's obligation to announce their private business in public.

So all of you who are speculating, castigating, judging -- we are learning much more about you than you are telling us about Unga.

Many fine people have made mistakes -- and put them behind them.

Harvester of Eyes

Good luck Harvey and family! A great career awaits you. As for the judgmental trolls (Chris B, Hedgehog, and Gifford), ignore them - they have their odd addictions (e.g. BYU Football articles on LDS owned newspapers) and maybe need to "get a life"

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