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Utah Utes football: Aaron Sharp switches commitment to Kansas State a day after committing to U.

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  • StGtoSLC SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    July 4, 2013 11:12 p.m.

    Cougar in Texas, there was a lot of talk about several of the schools recruiting Sharp to play him at another position, including UT. I think Baylor was recruiting him as a QB, but may not have sold him on their system and how they'd utilize him like K State and Utah had.

    Also, not that it makes much difference, but Taysom Hill was a 3 star recruit in Stanford's 2009 class, but was a much lower-rated prospect than Josh Nunes, the heir-apparent to Andrew Luck. He looked decent in his limited time for BYU last year, but still has a lot to prove.

  • Cougar in Texas Houston, TX
    July 4, 2013 7:37 p.m.

    Too bad for the Utes, but it is not the end of the world. Just one question: Why Kansas State? It is still a long drive from Houston and they don't play in Texas more then twice in a given year. Texas and Baylor were both options are are much close.

    To GoRed
    BYU has no trouble attracting good QB talent. Tanner Mangum was an Elite 11 co-MVP and is leaving on a mission soon, while current QB Tayson Hill was a 4* recruit.

  • StGtoSLC SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    July 3, 2013 6:10 p.m.

    "Boy you are just so well connected in the recruiting world."

    High praise from the one who considers 3/9 to be "JUST ABOUT every" one of something.

  • VegasUte Las Vegas, NV
    July 3, 2013 12:58 p.m.

    I wish nothing but the best for Aaron. Disparaging remarks about his character, etc. are unjust and unwarranted. Show a little more class. The happiness of a mother is a powerful thing. He obviously wanted Utah, but he knew that his mother wanted him closer. His mother's happiness won out and I respect that. I would have hated to have it go down to LOI day and have his mother refuse to sign.

    IMHO, it took great moral character for him to rescind his commitment and keep his mother happy. I am disappointed that we did not get the kid, he is a great talent. But, there is nothing wrong with the Kansas State program and I hope he thrives there.

    Best of luck to you Aaron.

    Go Utes!!

  • BlueNtheFace Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    July 2, 2013 10:59 p.m.

    The real reason for his decommit: he didn't want to play defense in 2015.

  • Utahute72 Tooele, UT
    July 2, 2013 5:55 p.m.

    @ Sammy G

    So how's that talent working out for you at Kansas?

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    July 2, 2013 1:10 p.m.

    It's my understanding, from somebody who sat down and spoke at length with Aaron, that he exhibits no excitement, whatsoever, about his commitment to KSU and made this switch strictly in order to maintain the peace within his own household.

    I understand he's still quite young and doesn't yet have a great deal of experience in life nor has he yet to become an adult and begun to establish his own identity, but with such an all-important, life-altering experience his college experience will be for him, personally, it's shameful that he won't be following his heart, as he clearly wishes to be a part of UTE-NATION!

    Aaron won't study/play football where he in fact truly wants to, we UTES won't get to experience watching him play for us and KSU gets a player who doesn't even want to be there, in the first place!

    However, so long as Mamma Sharp is happy/content and gets HER way, what difference does it all make, correct?

    A lot can change between now/National LOI Signing-Day, but right now it's a lose-lose situation, all around!

  • Spokane Ute Spokane, WA
    July 2, 2013 9:47 a.m.

    @CougfaninTexas

    Yep, it's really all hype and pie in the sky at this point. A verbal comitment and 75 cents will get you a Desseret News, Newspaper. It doesn't mean squat until they sign a letter of intent. Verbals are far from binding.

    Oh well, you win some; you lose some.

  • CougFaninTX Frisco, TX
    July 1, 2013 11:42 p.m.

    One more argument for getting rid of verbal commitments. Change national LOI day to any day after a high school student / athlete finishes their junior year. You could even give the athlete a 3 day window to change their mind after they sign their LOI.

    But this system of giving verbal commitments is not fair for any university. They think they have a good recruit, so they stop recruiting then the athlete changes their mind and university has lost out to all the athletes they were recruiting and have to start over.

    Sharp's is a little different since it was only one day, but let's end the verbal commitments.

  • Uteology East Salt Lake City, Utah
    July 1, 2013 9:39 p.m.

    @SportsFan

    Your spin about "bcs era" is laughable and nothing but a convenient Utesie excuse to ignore the painful truth that the Utes did absolutely NOTHING on a national scale before 1994, and precious little after that until 2004.

    ---------

    CBS Sports disagrees with your assessment, last decade (2000-2009) #10 Utah:

    Urban Meyer arrived in 2003 and changed the landscape. His quarterback, Alex Smith, became a No. 1 draft pick. His team became the first non-BCS program to break through in the restrictive system.

    Changed the landscape? Notre Dame dallied just a bit in pursuing its former receivers coach and lost Meyer to Florida. Defensive coordinator Kyle Whittingham has kept things chugging with an undefeated season in ’08.

    This is meant in the nicest possible way: Utah is the No. 2 football factory west of the Rockies.

  • SportsFan Orem, UT
    July 1, 2013 8:11 p.m.

    AZUTE1

    It's a given that a quarterback that wasn't good enough to win a Heisman Trophy, or a Sammy Baugh Trophy, or a Davey O'Brien Award clearly wasn't even the top quarterback or passer in his class:

    Steve Sarkisian - 278 of 404 (68.8%), 4,027 yds, 10.0 yds/att, 33 TDs, 12 Ints, 173.6 rating (#1 in nation)

    Alex Smith - 214 of 317 (67.5%), 2,952 yds, 9.3 yds/att, 32 TDs, 4 Ints, 176.5 rating (#2 in nation)

    Your spin about "bcs era" is laughable and nothing but a convenient Utesie excuse to ignore the painful truth that the Utes did absolutely NOTHING on a national scale before 1994, and precious little after that until 2004.

    All the "bcs era" cutoff really means is the Utes have no football history that they consider worth talking about before 2004.

  • StGtoSLC SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    July 1, 2013 6:51 p.m.

    From earlier: "That's 5/8 committed players. So just about every commitment, except for the majority of them."

    With Mariner, that makes 6/9 now. Not quite the picture you had in your mind or were trying to paint, is it Duck?

  • JohnInSLC Cottonwood Heights, UT
    July 1, 2013 2:37 p.m.

    "BYU is known is considered one of the premier QB factories in College football"

    ThosJeff:

    y "fans" just can't help themselves, as if a run of two-three guys that ended two decades ago is relevant today.

    In the Where Are They Now Dept, we have:

    Riley Nelson: coaching high school
    James Lark: UNK (grad school?)
    Jake Hypes: transfer to KU
    Max Hall: coaching (and glad his family can avoid RES fans for a while)
    JoBeck: looking for work
    Matt Berry: who?
    Brandon Doman: selling basketball equipment

    Yeah, that's a real "premiere" factory, SO much better than any other state school.

  • Ute buster Salt Lake City, UT
    July 1, 2013 12:45 p.m.

    Boy, the Ute fans can really dish it out on BYU articles but can't take it when BYU fans come on to their articles. Pretty typical of an inferiority complex.

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    July 1, 2013 4:12 a.m.

    antibcs--

    "btw, if Alex Smith and Brian Johnson were really as good as you pretend they were, why didn't either of them win a single national individual player award?"

    You're the designated authority on it? I'll answer, once you provide access to this "source" of yours, wherein it states authoritatively that a QB is not deemed, "really as good as [AZUTE1 (allegedly)] pretend(s) (he was)", unless he wins, at minimum, a single individual player award. Deal?

    Meanwhile, I'll allow the Elite-accomplishments of both AS/BJ do their talking, things Beck/Hall never even remotely sniffed and, IMO, would've traded any/every individual stat they have next to their name--Whether significant or otherwise per normal standards or merely due to typical 2-Star byu exaggeration of something's overall import--To have achieved what our kids achieved.

    Heck, max hall cried upon 2-Star byu's miracle win over Bradford-less OU they believed to be Elite, when in fact they were barely above Mediocre, at best, ultimately finishing year unranked after hovering all year long around .500 [Airport Celebration/Parade/LOL]. Imagine his reaction to have in fact actually done so [i.e., 2008 Alabama]?

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    July 1, 2013 2:40 a.m.

    cougsndawgs--

    "Honestly I think this kid is making the right choice considering how well Collin Klein did last year and the staff at KSU that can hone his dual threat abilities."

    Although KSU coaching staff's ability to do per above is true, UTAH's is equally capable, which is something Aaron Sharp knew perfectly, himself, as this consideration played no factor, whatsoever, in his final decision to switch commits. The lone consideration related exclusively to affording his mother/family greater access, via closer-proximity, to being able to more frequently attend in-person his games.

    With all other considerations being equal, KSU's location on the map won the day for them in forcing Aaron's hand per his final decision!

    Otherwise, general agreement with balance of comment.

    We're currently recruiting LA's QB PP Big Ben-Like Donovan Isom, who's stated UTAH #1, Miami #2, as he nears heading down-the-stretch. DI makes it unequivocal that location/distance will have absolutely ZERO influence on his final decision, which he'd optimally prefer making before his senior season commences, although a later date works for him, as well, IF necessary!

  • StGtoSLC SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    June 30, 2013 11:33 p.m.

    Also, Duck: "Uh.....just about every commitment BYU has this year are players that have committed to them over BCS schools."

    Just about every... except for Chambers (1 school, Kansas, is not "schools"), Dye, Dawe, Herring, and Pau'u. That's 5/8 committed players. So just about every commitment, except for the majority of them. To finish your quote: "Fail. LOL!"

  • StGtoSLC SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    June 30, 2013 11:21 p.m.

    Duckhunter: "What's embarrassing is utah 'fans' blah blah blah"

    Umm cool? What does that have to do with my comment, or me, however?

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    June 30, 2013 10:28 p.m.

    antiBCS--

    "Ty Detmer won his Heisman Trophy in 1990, and both Detmer(1990 and 1991) and Steve Sarkisian(1996) won Sammy Baugh Trophies during the '90s."

    Please....Ty Detmer overlapped both decades and the vast majority of those QBs people think of when considering their QB history, predated 1990!

    Neither '90/'96 are within this current BCS Era, thus don't qualify for Athlon's BCS Era 50 best ranking I referenced.

    FYI--BCS Era started in '98!

    My original point was that 2-Star byu's not known today for what it was known for decades hence, while illustrating UTAH does in fact lay claim to its own history of highly-successful QBs, thus rendering entirely false the comment to which I initially responded!

    AF/BJ achieved unbeaten seasons, leading their respective teams to historic glory seasons, including each winning a BCS Bowl Game while being prominately spotlighted on the national stage! Beck/Hall didn't!

    What possible relevance does The NFL/what any of these players from both schools may/may not have accomplished at that level even remotely have in discussing performance while playing College Football?

    Team obviously trumps individual per Athlon, although AS/BJ earned individual accolades, as well!

  • anti BCS Anaheim, CA
    June 30, 2013 9:23 p.m.

    AZUTE1

    "The '80s are long gone, ancient history, in fact!"

    Ty Detmer won his Heisman Trophy in 1990, and both Detmer(1990 and 1991) and Steve Sarkisian(1996) won Sammy Baugh Trophies during the '90s.

    It's laughable how inconsistent Utah fans are with their "ancient history" labels.

    In football, 1996 is ancient history.

    In basketball, 1997 and 1998 is like yesterday, in fact 1944 was not THAT long ago.

    btw, if Alex Smith and Brian Johnson were really as good as you pretend they were, why didn't either of them win a single national individual player award?

    Neither won the Davey O'Brien Award (nation's best quarterback)
    Neither won the Sammy Baugh Trophy (nation's best passer)
    And neither even came close to winning the Heisman Trophy.

    Alex has been a mediocre QB in the NFL and BJ didn't even make an NFL roster.

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    June 30, 2013 8:58 p.m.

    ThomasJefferson

    "Now let's face it, Utah generally has more talent at the skill positions that BYU. BUT, QB isn't one of them. There have been a few decent Utah QB's over the years, however BYU is known is considered one of the premier QB factories in College football. QB is not a position Utah has or will ever be on par with BYU!"

    More myth than fact, actually. Back in the day, meaning decades ago, they were viewed in this light. However, although Beck/Hall were above average [both from my Alma Mater down here in AZ], overall, neither accomplished what AS/BJ both accomplished for us, for instance, which is precisely why Athlon [if I remember correctly], when listing the 50 best QBs during this current BCS Era, included the latter 2/excluded the former 2.

    The '80s are long gone, ancient history, in fact!

  • Real Bass Idaho Falls, ID
    June 30, 2013 7:57 p.m.

    Wow, I heard this kid almost made the mistake of his life.

  • Cougsndawgs West Point , UT
    June 30, 2013 7:42 p.m.

    There's no shame in Utah losing out to a legend like Bill Snyder for a recruit. Honestly I think this kid is making the right choice considering how well Collin Klein did last year and the staff at KSU that can hone his dual threat abilities. Utah has actually recruited the QB position much better than in years past already so they'll be fine at that position. Travis Wilson was rated higher than Sharp, and Cox is rated about the same (#27 on 247, & 17 on rivals).

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    June 30, 2013 7:22 p.m.

    Duckhunter--

    "@stg

    What's embarrassing is utah 'fans' trumpeting this 3 star kid all over the comment sections here for the last day as if they had just gotten a commitment from an actual stud, then having him change his commitment so fast that those comments barely had time to be approved.

    LOL!"

    If you were at all in regular contact w/the various recruiting services, you'd already know that his stock rises daily, in particular with Scout, and he's expected to receive a bump upward on his rating, per Insiders.

    FYI--Scout, in general, hands-out the fewest 4-/5-Star ratings of them all.

    Duckhunter--

    "@gored

    Uh.....just about every commitment BYU has this year are players that have committed to them over BCS schools. Fail. LOL!"

    Not in the least bit surprising that you'd be on here "touting" a class of recruits whose majority consists of 2-Stars, per Scout! LOL

    Remember, 2-Star byu's recruiting "prowess" has been steadily in decline ever since their decision to go the way of indy-oblivion! LOL

  • Naval Vet Philadelphia, PA
    June 30, 2013 6:04 p.m.

    It is what it is. Sharp needs to go where he feels he has the best chance to succeed. If he feels K-State is the place, then K-State is where he needs to be.

    Rivals rated Sharp to be the #17-ranked dual-threat QB in the nation, so he certainly WOULD be a prized recruit no matter where he goes. It's unfortunate that we missed out on this fine young athlete. Nevertheless, Utah will get by. Likely with ANOTHER 17th-ranked dual-threat QB -- Brandon Cox -- who had already signed his LOI with the Utes last February. Utah will be fine.

    GO UTES!!!

  • But seriously folks! Salt Lake City, UT
    June 30, 2013 5:49 p.m.

    With utah athletics on the decline who could. blame him. It is good to be a COUG with plenty of talent at qb.

  • Duckhunter Highland, UT
    June 30, 2013 5:35 p.m.

    @stg

    What's embarrassing is utah "fans" trumpeting this 3 star kid all over the comment sections here for the last day as if they had just gotten a commitment from an actual stud, then having him change his commitment so fast that those comments barely had time to be approved.

    LOL!

  • Duckhunter Highland, UT
    June 30, 2013 5:32 p.m.

    @gored

    Uh.....just about every commitment BYU has this year are players that have committed to them over BCS schools. Fail. LOL!

  • ekute Layton, UT
    June 30, 2013 5:18 p.m.

    "Meltdown" when byu panicked and went independent.

    "Meltdown" when byu starts into their "big boy schedule".

    "Meltdown" 54-10.

    "Meltdown" failure, 3 times in a row...last year.

    "Meltdown" every time byu plays Utah.

    "Meltdown" every time byu plays a ranked opponent.

  • StGtoSLC SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    June 30, 2013 4:56 p.m.

    sammy: "Or maybe this kid is just using his mom as a kind way to dump your program after he dug into Ute athletics a little further."

    Right. Makes sense. Because you can really learn A LOT MORE about a school that you've been looking into for the past 6 months of being recruited (if not longer) in the hours between your verbal commitment near bedtime and waking up in the morning to your family's opinion and promptly making a call to change the commitment.

    You are usually the one that actually makes logical snide comments. But this one is a full-blown duckhunter-sized conspiracy. Let's hope you are joking, because if so it's one of your funnier comments to get under Utah fans' skins. But if not, that's embarrassing...

  • Uteology East Salt Lake City, Utah
    June 30, 2013 4:47 p.m.

    sammyg
    Springville, UT

    Carson... my favorite follower

    Meltdown?

    Meltdown is term copyrighted and trademarked for Ute athletics. No further explanation needed

    ------------

    Meltdown is being punked at home by 40 points and then transferring to Kanasas.

    Hope Sharp gets a chance to beat Heisman Heaps at Kansas.

  • BigCougFan Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 30, 2013 4:06 p.m.

    After reading past comments from Ute fans I didn't think this ever happened up on the hill... they act like it's only at BYU.

    Golly gee, I guess what goes around comes around.

    Don't worry, it's not the end of the world and you don't have far to slide in the rankings without this kid.

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    June 30, 2013 2:39 p.m.

    From Aaron--

    "I just had to make a family decision," Sharp said. "It was really my mom who wasn’t on board with Utah. She wouldn’t be able to see me play and I'd be real far away. I had to go with K-State. She'd be able to see the majority of my away games because they play in Texas a lot. That was a big factor."

    This wasn't a matter of Sharp immediately regretting his pledge to Utah, or even an issue of committing before he was ready. The 6-foot-3, 188-pound pocket-passer thought he'd made the right choice.

  • sammyg Springville, UT
    June 30, 2013 2:21 p.m.

    gored

    Why would any BYU fan be frustrated over this? BYU gets plenty of QB talent... period.

    As I recall it is U that had a severe shortage of talent recently and lamenting over this loss.

    Stick with the story. This guy dumped U for KSU and I'm betting his mommy is not the whole story.

  • sammyg Springville, UT
    June 30, 2013 2:13 p.m.

    Carson... my favorite follower

    Meltdown?

    Meltdown is term copyrighted and trademarked for Ute athletics. No further explanation needed.

    But in case your memory is failing you here's just a few of the Ute athletic highlites since joining your conference.

    Going bowl-less, < .500 in football conference games, losing to Colorado, getting beat by USU, basketball, rugby, swimming fiascos.

    You're the team that lost this recruit and having a meltdown... not me. I really thought 'mass transit' was the tipping point.

    Or maybe this kid is just using his mom as a kind way to dump your program after he dug into Ute athletics a little further.

    Who could blame him?

  • Wayne Rout El Paso, TX
    June 30, 2013 1:54 p.m.

    He sounds like a really smart kid. He can be a big star at Kansas State.

  • GoRed WEST VALLEY CITY, UT
    June 30, 2013 1:18 p.m.

    Just an observation here. In this episode with this Sharp recruit, it ended up being a battle between the University of Utah and Kansas State, two BCS schools. For the BYU fans, it must be frustrating and sad that your school is no longer mentioned in these types of recruiting battles.

  • Down under Salt Lake City, UT
    June 30, 2013 1:10 p.m.

    Can't blame the kid for wanting to play in a better conference and for a team that is not the bottom feeder. Good move. He should do well there.

  • BlameItOnTheOfficials Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 30, 2013 12:11 p.m.

    Ouch! That stings!

  • Carson Provo, UT
    June 30, 2013 11:43 a.m.

    Will Sammy and Ducky ever go troll somewhere else? LOL at the Y fans who continue to come in hoards to Utah boards seeking validation
    The BYU meltdown continues.

  • Who am I sir? Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 30, 2013 11:37 a.m.

    @duckhunter

    Once you asked a Ute fan to list one recruiting advantage had over any other PAC-12 member. I listed 10 including Mass Transportation (See Sammyg above). I would recommend the article in todays paper entitled 5 reasons Salt Lake is great for the young, broke & single. Also see the referenced personal finance advice site, Money under 30. It rates Salt Lake City (home of the Utes) as the number 2 city in America. (Seattle Washington is ranked ninth. No other PAC-12 city made the list.) But then again - you're argument seems to be that none of this is important to a football recruit supported by data and irrevocable facts.

  • AZUTE1 Mesa, AZ
    June 30, 2013 11:20 a.m.

    BarkforSark

    "This is too hilarious. Just yesterday this was a huge coup, but now I wonder if Utah fans will diminish his abilities now that he's spurned them."

    Nice try! Throwing kids under the bus is exclusive to the 2-Star byu fanbase!

    Personally, it was absolutely disappointing, but once I was able to read his explanation, KSU definitely makes more sense from his position!

    Fortunately, this has never been a position of need in our 2014 recruiting class and, should we not land one of our specific QB targets, we're still sitting pretty with the depth/abilities of our current core-group! Our previous recruiting efforts have afforded us this luxury of targeting only a select few QB recruits in our 2014 class and streamlining our efforts/resources, accordingly!

    Aaron's heart was clearly at UTAH, but practical reasons relative to his mother's ability to attend significantly more of his games overrode his desire/preference to stick with his original UTAH commitment! He'd already postponed his announcement for roughly one day, while vacillating between the 2 schools.!

    I suspect he'll feel some amount of regret going forward, but I certainly wish him nothing but success at KSU!

  • Who am I sir? Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 30, 2013 11:11 a.m.

    @sammyg

    "Inconceivable!"

    Does Kansas State have a better 'mass transit' system?

    Ans: I don't know!

    However you might read the article in the D-news today entitled "5 reason Salt Lake is great for the young, broke and single" (Do you think football recruits might fall into one, two, or all three of this category?) The first reason listed is "Easy and affordable public transit".

    Do you think a college student might appreciate a student pass that gives them access to a vibrant downtown as well as transportation along the Wasatch Front from Ogden to Orem?

  • Who am I sir? Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 30, 2013 10:30 a.m.

    I did not think the D news would cover this as they did not cover the signing yesterday!

    So why the change? Aaron said,"So my parents liked both schools, but my mom really wanted me closer to home so she can see me." "So for the Family to be in agreement and everybody happy, I told my Mom I would switch my choice for her. Because to me it really could have gone either way."

    His quote so clearly presents the argument why the Utah should NOT schedule the Y annually! Texas is currently one of out best areas for recruits! We should schedule one game in Texas every year. Perhaps if we were playing Baylor, Texas Tech, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, etc. Aaron's mom (and other recruit's families) would be able to see their sons play in person (and see all Utah games on national tv) and as a result would support their son's choice!

    A home and home with a Texas school every year! BYU and Utah State once every four years. (That would account for 6 of the 12 out of conference games Utah has the ability to schedule!) Make it happen, Utah!

  • motorbike Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 30, 2013 10:22 a.m.

    BarkforSark

    "...now I wonder if Utah fans will diminish his abilities now that he's spurned them."
    _____________

    Nope, his abilities remain what they are and this is a tough turn for the Utes. At least we're seeing Utah in the thick of these recruiting battles though. We'll continue to win some recruiting battles and lose a lot of them, such is the game of recruiting.

  • Duckhunter Highland, UT
    June 30, 2013 8:12 a.m.

    LOL at azute. Extremely funny stuff.

  • Hey Baby Franklin, IN
    June 30, 2013 6:25 a.m.

    Check out Gunner Keil from Indy...

    He signs with IU...then backs out and goes to LSU...then quits and goes to Notre Dame...then quits and goes to Cincy (if I remember right)...

    Oh...he is yet to take an NCAA snap yet...

    Sharp better start to grow up, fast...

  • BarkforSark PROVO, UT
    June 30, 2013 12:59 a.m.

    This is too hilarious. Just yesterday this was a huge coup, but now I wonder if Utah fans will diminish his abilities now that he's spurned them.

  • StGtoSLC SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    June 29, 2013 11:53 p.m.

    Can we stop judging kids' (whom none of us know) character based off ONE single action they make in their life?

  • Bluto Sandy, UT
    June 29, 2013 11:51 p.m.

    @sammyg

    No, just nicer Big-12 patches and banners.
    Tassels and all.

  • motorbike Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 29, 2013 11:49 p.m.

    Take it easy owlmaster, he's a high school kid who's making a very important decision.
    This does bums me out as I was really hoping Utah would land Sharp. That said, I wish him all the best at KSU.
    Go Utes!

  • sammyg Springville, UT
    June 29, 2013 11:27 p.m.

    "Inconceivable!"

    Does Kansas State have a better 'mass transit' system?

  • owlmaster2 Kaysville, UT
    June 29, 2013 11:08 p.m.

    This says a lot about the character of Aaron Sharp.

    If he can't be depended on to keep his word as simple as his commitment to a school how can the 2nd school be sure he won't bale on them.

    His word is worth NOTHING. He has no character.

    Dorothy, you and Kansas can have this dude.