Maybe he is failing a class or missed classes. Bronco indicated in another
article that the suspension might be extended, depending on what Hoffman does.
Hopefully, he does the right thing and plays this coming Friday. We will find
I don't think this was an honor code violation. This was just a showing up
late to practice type of violation. Move on. Nothing more.
Well, I want to see what Hoffman can do with a QB that can throw it to him. He
was shut down against the U. We can argue that point all day long, but watch
the game over one on one coverage he was doomed, most of his yardage was against
zone D. He did make some spectacular catches though so I'm not certain how
good he is until he can have someone consistently get him the ball.Go UTES!!
Not if he keeps getting suspended! Those darn team rules!
I'm certain that the Hadley prison experience will serve to remind him and
the rest of the team of who they are and what they represent on and off the
field as Collie so eloquently put it. If he falls short of meeting those
standards, I'm sure BYU fans will figure out some way to make it
Give it up Chris B!Good luck to Hoffman. As a Ute fan, I will be
rooting for him to have a great season, and I hope he breaks those records. I
love to see hard work and talent pay off.Let's move on from all
the minutia plaguing the state of Utah right now and get back to what we all
love - good football!Go Utes!Go Ags!Go Cougs!
Uh oh, looks like Hoffman just ran afoul with the honor code. And
it's another byu...suspension!
Unlike those Utah seniors, Cody's team will play in a bowl game every year
of his college career, and Cody's team will never suffer the embarrassment
of losing a home game to a 10-loss team.
Hoffman did do one thing Collie didn't: Go winless in your career against