Comments about ‘Noah Hartsock's father got his gym rat degree from BYU’

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Published: Saturday, Jan. 7 2012 7:00 p.m. MST

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Orem, UT

Great article! I love that we are now getting second and third generation players for BYU. Building a legacy one family at a time.

I expect Noah and his wife will continue the tradition, with her being a volleyball player.

I love watching Noah play. Solid defender and is deadly from the baseline.

This team continues to improve and if they can hold tough against Gonzaga, should be in a good position.

Also love seeing EVERY game this year.

Great time to be a Cougar!


Good job Dick, see checking your sources is very helpful when you right a piece about individuals and there family members.

Oh, please!
Saint George, UT


At least Dick can spell...let me help you. See your edited comment below:

Good job, Dick. See, checking your sources is very helpful when you WRITE a piece about individuals and THEIR family members.

Cottonwood Heights, UT

What that article didn't say is that the Hartsocks are a terrific family - no wonder they have great kids. I lived in Bartlesville for years, and watched the kids grow (REALLY grow!) It was always interesting to see how supportive but non-critical Dave and Leslie have always been with their kids. Yes, they are good athletes, but they will not always be playing sports. They will always be good people.

So. Cal Reader
San Diego, CA

So glad to read of Hartsock's dad. Can't wait for the follow-up article about Carlino's second cousin, once removed. Sorry, Mr. Harmom, I could care less about Hartsock's pop. This is the type of DN article that cracks me up.


So. Cal Reader:

If you could care less, why take the time to read the article AND write a comment? Apparently your job is not very challenging.

Keep the Hartsocks coming - work ethic like that is why we love to watch Noah play.

Rexburg, ID

I found the list of other athletes who played b-ball quite interesting. I got to watch Steve Young play a pick-up game of basketball in the Smith field house. He dropped 3-pointers like Michael Jordan!

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