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Published: Thursday, March 7 2013 11:10 p.m. MST

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scenic view
Baltimore, MD

Congratulations Jason!

Down under
Pacific Northwest, WA

Congrats. If I do my math right that is about 8.5 ponits per game over 4 years. Marty Haws will do it in less than two years. Now we see the difference between the programs.

But seriously folks!
Salt Lake City, UT

Down Under makes a good point. 8.5 per game is not such a great accomplishment. But when you have nothing else to hang your hat on I guess this must do. Utes, enjoy the post-season on the couch, again.

scott182
Salt Lake City, UT

Wow, some of the people on these message boards still amaze me. You can't just be happy for a kid who is doing his best? The hate and bitterness by people on here still get to me for some reason.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

@ Down under

Noah Hartsock averaged 8.5 for his career at BYU. Was he not a great player?

Also, Marty Haws already played at BYU and he didn't score 1,000 points. If you meant his son Tyler, than you should know that he has already surpassed the 1,000 point mark this season. Either way, you've just proven yourself to be extremely uninformed. Not surprising though considering the fact that you are clearly a Utah hater, and not a BYU fan.

Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

LOL @ Down Under talking to himself! This has got be a new low on these boards.

StGtoSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Somebody reaches a milestone, and it's seen as a chance to belittle him? Takes some breed of fandom for that, glad I don't associate with them.

Congrats, Wash, and thanks for representing my alma mater with class and dignity. Finish strong, follow your dreams, and if you aren't given the opportunity to continue playing, you have a degree from a fine institution to help you make a career elsewhere.

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