@wookieWho's "judging"? I just think the whole thing is
weird but I'm not "judging" anyone over it. How anyone
can read about it and not think it is strange is beyond me.
Pastor WookieI simply made a comment. Everything is a
'drama' in Uteville.
SammyG, duckhunter and proud Ute...who are we to judge?
@proud uteYes it is more weird than any of those things. Coaches
come, and go, all of the time all over the place, nothing weird about that.
Players never "take some time off" for no apparent reason during the
middle of the season then come back a week later. That is weird. But
I do understand your desperation to try and make some correlation so that you
can pretend it isn't weird and you can pretend that the same thing is
happening at BYU.Thanks for the LOL!
sammyhunter, Not as weird as the Dupaix, Cahoon, Anae coaching carousal
and the "where's Doman" soap opera that hangs over Provostan. Glass house brother, glass houses.
Glad to hear that Dallin is back. His team needs him.
This Ute 'soap opera' never ends does it? Coach K's
'motivational meetings' must be really something to behold.
It's great to have Dallin back. I was fearful this would be a longer term
situation. Dallin has some serious talent and is certainly a key part of the
We all go through personal struggles, good luck in life, as there are lessons to
be learned daily...by all of us.Go UTES!!Go 9ers!!
SO glad you're still here Dallin. Best of luck to you going forward.Go Utes!
Glad to have him back, and hope he's humbled himself enough to help the
team. A basketball season is long, and with the adversity the team's had
this year, it can be easy to try to deflect blame on other people. Sometimes
people just need to hit "reset," and hopefully he's done that. Good
job to the coaches and team for helping him get back.
Hate to admit it, but I was hoping he might abandon the Utes and BYU might get
another shot at him. I think Bachynski has a lot of potential.
Good greif, what a weird situation.
Glad to have you back Dallin