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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 11 2012 11:05 p.m. MDT

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JohnInSLC
Cottonwood Heights, UT

When I think back on John Wynn's QB tenure, it won't just be for his bowl MVP honors against Cal, or his going 2-for-3 against the Y, it will also be for his gutty performance against Iowa State--when he was obviously hurt--and his long hair for Locks of Love to honor his grandmother.

He is a Utah Man, sir!

Utesby3
Sandy, UT

Jordan, we are grateful for your time here. You are a great quarterback. I wish you the best in the next chapter of your life.

pocyUte
Pocatello, ID

My heart sank for him while lying on the field there. That's a tough blow to deal with after going through 3 surgeries,already. Good for Jordan for works hard, getting his degree and being a great representative for the university. I appreciate what he's done and contributed to the university and the team.

JohnInSLC
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Sorry Jordan--I was also thinking about how John White IV will have to adapt as I typed that.

Who am I sir?
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Jordan, Thanks from a greateful Ute. Months of rehab only to endure another injury. Then to repeat the process! For your sake, and the Utah football team's, I wish it could have been different. Best wishes for the future and as said previously, "You are a Utah man!"

mountainflying
Logan, UT

Wynn was a great quarter back but most importantly he is a really great person and someone that we can all look up to.

FT
salt lake city, UT

The right, tough choice for a fine young man. You have represented your school and college athletics well. Best of luck in the future. You are a Utah Man!!

Conner Johnson

Too bad Coleman Petersen couldn't retire as well....

pocyUte
Pocatello, ID

Conner, we don't need that garbage.

Hatch
Sandy, UT

I hated to see Wynn carve up my Cougars last year at LVs, But I could never dislike the guy.

How can you have anything but admiration for a graduate (in Economics no less) that sported the locks of love thing and you never heard a classless remark from in victory or loss.

Hopefully he finds a place to work and live here. We need more of his kind in Utah.

Utah'95
FPO, AE

Thank you for your contributions and efforts to the Ute football program. Best of luck in your future endeavors.

Wayne Rout
El Paso, TX

Good career, great courage. He made the right decision.

BYU. 65

Alaskan Ute
Fairbanks, AK

I have admired his resolve to return to health. As someone who has had shoulder surgery, and scheduled to have my second shoulder surgery next week, I was in awe of his path back. However, as anyone who has had shoulder surgery knows, it is very hard to regain the youthful throwing velocity and motion you once had.

Good luck in the future Jordan, you had a great run, and many things to be proud of. Utah fans are thankful you were part of the program.

Flashback
Kearns, UT

As a Y fan it is hard to see any player, even a Ute one end their career in this manner. Best of luck to Mr. Wynnfor the future.

Carol G
ROOSEVELT, UT

I may be a BYU fan but I have to look up to Jordan Wynn in this. He's shown a great work ethic to come back from the surgeries again and again. But he also has the good sense to know that he has to listen to his body and take care of his future. And his future will be a good one because he has a great attitude. Good luck with all your endeavors Jordan!

SoCalUtahFan
Irvine, CA

Thanks, Jordan Wynn.
You're a "Wynner"!

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