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Published: Wednesday, June 4 2014 5:20 p.m. MDT

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Proud Ute

Congrats to KVN.
Best wishes for a long, healthy career.

ute alumni

He'll be great. His life has been an inspiration of endurance and hard work. KVN keep it up and don't let yourself go backwards

Louisville, KY

Congrats KVN!

Sore loser
tampa, fl

Thank you writer for clarifying OTA's as being 'organized team activities'. That acronym has been bugging me for a few weeks now, not knowing its meaning.

Herriman, UT

I have no love for BYU, but how can you not hope KVN has long successful career. Good luck to him.

Big Sky Fan
Ogden, UT

Van Noy is such a stud, I really like this guy, and the Lions are one of the up and coming teams in the NFL. Can't wait to cheer for such a classy person like him and Ziggy. Go Lions, Go Cougars.

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

Congrats to Van Noy!

Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

Wow, I'd like to get a $7.1M deal! Way to go!

Las Vegas, NV

Nice job KVN. I'm glad Utah doesn't have to face you anymore.

Have a long and great career!

Michael Romney
Salt Lake, UT


Do I need to remind you his record against Utah? He never beat Utah and didn't do much to slow down the 54-10 demolition a few years back. His stats are inflated by playing one of the worst schedules in the nation and he'll likely turn out as Jimmer has in the NBA

Cheers brothers!

Michael Romney
Salt Lake, UT

KVN called the Utah game his "Super Bowls" and continued the byu tradition of all talk and no walk.

Cheers KVN!

Las Vegas, NV

@Michael Romney

You are correct on both your accounts. That doesn't mean he wasn't a threat on every play. I was happy for his lack of success against the U and for his failed "Super Bowl"' but the dude doesn't play for byU any more, so I won't keep kicking him. He has talent and I wish him the best in the NFL. Whether he fails or succeeds in the NFL has no real impact on me or the U.

No need to wish him a "Jimmer" career - that's just mean!

I still love your posts though - keep up the good work!


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