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Published: Monday, July 18 2011 9:43 p.m. MDT

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Floyd Johnson
Broken Arrow, OK

Wish him a speedy recovery.

EnglishAlan
Rugeley, Staffs

Get well soon Jim. You were always so much fun to watch on the football field.

toosmartforyou
Farmington, UT

"Outrageous"

Monsieur le prof
Sandy, UT

Wee they wearing their seat belts? And who is the woman?

RepresentBlue
West Jordan, UT

I hope everyone is okay, and wish Jim a speedy recovery. I was thrilled to see Jim return to Provo last year and carry the flag out onto the field before the Washington game. I will never forget the great moments in BYU Football that were made possible by Jim McMahon.

Broom Hockey Champ
Alpine, UT

Get well, get well soon, we want you to get well!

RivertonCoug
Herriman, UT

Best Wishes for a speedy recovery to Jim and the others injured. There are a lot of twists and turns on some of the roads going in and out of Tahoe. Just glad it wasnt worse.

Ronald Uharriet
SWun City, Ca.

Jim,

With or without a trophy, a certificate, or even an acknowledgement, you, Jim MacMahon will always be a Hall of Famer, in my eyes, for BYU along with Steve Young, Robbie Bosco, and Ty Detmer and maybe a clouple of others.

You, Jim, was always a very interesting and unique individual as well as a Great QB for us.

I will always love you and hope that someday, you will take the few required courses to get what you have always deserved at BYU, and that my friends, is the official, long over do, Hall of Fame Recognition.

Thanks for the Memories Jim. Thanks for your contribution to our progam. Thanks for being you. You offered a diversity of thought and attitude. You made the worse of us at times, seem not so bad, and that was a relief for me. Thanks again. Love and appreciate you lots. In a way, you have been my shrink.

Ron

just-a-fan
Bountiful, UT

Get better Jim and the others in the limo.

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