Comments about ‘Bronco Mendenhall caves, joins Twitter’

Return to article »

Published: Tuesday, April 16 2013 2:00 p.m. MDT

  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
San Diego, CA

Was this article supposed to run on April 1, along with an article about Coach Anae creating a Facebook page for interaction with fans?

Cedar Hills, UT

I'm sure that Bronco will be responding with LOLs and smiley faces before long.

Henry Drummond
San Jose, CA

He's going to have to learn to abbreviate and use emoticons.

PAAHL (Play at a higher level)

BFI (Be Fully Invested)

)--: (Utah beat us again)


Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

Sweet! I love run-on sentences.

cal cougar
camarillo, CA

Real men ride Harleys and don't do twitter. So this article just leaves me confused as to who Bronco really is. I hope Bronco reads this. I think he would have a good laugh.

Sweater In Rafters
Franklin, IN

His followers probably won't be overly burdened keeping up with his tweets!


Salt Lake City, UT

Embarrassed for Bronco.

springville, UT

wow, this really scares the haters/"utefans", I think his first tweet should say "I thought the utes played really well in their bowl game, against a very tough opponent last year".

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

140 characters won't be sufficient for Bronco to explain why it's all gone wrong yet again. He tends to say simple things in very wordy ways anyhow.

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA


More likely his first tweet will say "remember that time when BYU beat Utah? Yeah, me neither."

Salt Lake City, UT

Robin, you are not forced to read Bronco's tweets. Does Whit have a tweet you can access on the utes bowl game last December or was it in a NC game in January 2013?

Omaha, NE

6/11 of posts are obvious u fans, more than 50%. Bronco's twitter account is just one more way for u fans to follow the Y.

Layton, UT


perhaps a tweet referencing the U fan who ran away from Bronco after the game followed by # IthoughtUwantedtomeetinrhemuss would be in order.

to comment

DeseretNews.com encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments