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Published: Monday, March 11 2013 4:40 p.m. MDT

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Two For Flinching
Salt Lake City, UT

We are very fortunate to have Jordan. He will be the foundation for building a strong team in the coming years.

West Jordan, Utah

Jordan's freshman stats are as impressive as any of the greats. Remember that the others played WAC schedules. Scoring and rebounding against better competition is more difficult.

Qwest Perfected
Salt Lake City, UT

Loveridge had a great freshmen season. Not too many players can start as freshmen and actually contribute. I hope in the off season, he can improve and get a little stronger. Not sure if he is going to get any taller, but I would like to see him take it up stronger.

I agree that he will be a key player for the Utes for years to come and I wish him all the best.

Good luck in Vegas and Go Utes!


A shame he didn't make the all-conference freshman team as he had better numbers and was much more important to his team's success than at least one player that was voted. Thank you, Jordan, keep up the hard work. Study sophomore Andre Roberson's game. At 6'7" he's leading the nation in rebounding at Colorado, something Loveridge could just as easily do in his sophomore year.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

One of my Mormon friends tried to tell me Loveridge was thinking about a mission. Please tell me this is not true.

Does anyone know? I pray this is not true.

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