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Published: Wednesday, July 17 2013 3:50 p.m. MDT

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Ann Arbor, MI

Didn't waste a second to grow full out facial hair..... strange how the "honor code" doesn't mean a life changing commitment, more so a couple year obligation to appease the authority.

Salt Lake City, Utah

There's nothing morally wrong with beards; there's only mostly banned as part of a dress and grooming standard at the Y. It reality, not much different from the dress and grooming standards required of young men attending any U.S. military academies.

Marked it Down
Park City, UT

I see that Chris B. has resurrected his hedgehog character.

Cache, UT

@hedgehog. What does his facial hair have anything to do with his performance in the summer league? Get out much?

Vancouver, WA

Hope Davies gets a chance on the final roster. He could develop really well with a star studded roster and coach.

Lone Star Cougar
Plano, TX

Davies has his head on straight. With all other things being equal, I think Davies would be the preferred developing player for a pro team.

springville, UT


Lets talk about basketball or the lack of it, up on the hill.

Omaha, NE

The honor code is a BYU code that the BYU student union adopted and has modified over the years. It has nothing to do with lifelong commitments or promises. If the BYU student union wanted to change it, they could. They've made changes to the original honor code over the years (allowing shorts, allowing beards for certain reasons, etc). It's the students choice and whether they chose to keep beards out or not is pointless for the rest of us, including those who graduate from BYU.

North Salt Lake, UT

"Lets talk about basketball or the lack of it, up on the hill."

Even if every player from The Official PAC-12 Whipping Boys grew a beard it still wouldn't help them break .500.

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