If it was widely known he was abusing drugs while at Utah, should we be
surprised the Ute coaches didn't suspend him? Or just another look the
other way sort of thing from coaches on the hill?
Yeah, I did kind of wonder how it was well known he (at age 18 mind you. Nothing
is legal for him) had substance abuse problems at the U, but never got in
trouble with the law or the team.
Sports Are Great and Vladhagen, without proof (failed drug tests), there
wasn't really grounds for suspension.
@Sports are Great,You are going to have to do a lot better than
that. Tell me when and what players did Utah Coaches in any sport "looked
the other way". Or are you so blinded by your dislike for Utah that you
will make up anything and state it on this board?
RE: Sports are GreatIf it was widely known he (the punky QB who
played for the Bears) was abusing alcohol while at BYU, should we be surprised
the Cougar coaches didn't suspend him? Or just another look the other way
sort of thing from coaches in the bubble?Bad apples everywhere...be
careful with blanket accusations.
@Sports are Great: Maybe Utah learned how to deal with widely known rules
violations by seeing how our friends down south allowed a well known All
American and later NFL quarterback break their honor code for not just one year,
but for 4 years in the 80s.
Gotta go as far back as JM. Seriously, come on u, u can do better than that!
Yeah guys, you're only allowed to go back to 1984. Don't you know the
Utah fans are grasping at straws trying to equate underage drinking with using
The strange Utah sports relevancy timeline:Nothing before 2004
counts in football, except for Utah's ancient, leather helmet era wins
against BYU's club team.Nothing since 2005 counts in