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Published: Monday, June 23 2014 7:00 p.m. MDT

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Mission Viejo, CA

JUST WIN, GUYS! Just win. Forget everything else. Winning will solve the problems.

scottsdale, AZ

“He’s a coach, and I was a coach, and sometimes the emotions of a coach run a little bit high,” Translation: Holmoe is really upset by Bronco's statements.

Elko, NV

You are correct Blue Husky... Just Win is the recipe....


When asked about Bronco's statement imploring the big 12 to consider BYU as an addition to the conference Tom said:
“He’s a coach, and I was a coach, and sometimes the emotions of a coach run a little bit high,”
I felt the same as Tinplater when I read that statement. Makes me wonder if the organization as a whole is "Fully Invested" in the philosophy and urgency to position ourselves in the highest level of competition. (P5)
Competition at any other level would be poorly received by the fan base at large.
Recruiting abilities massively compromised
Exposure greatly minimized and
Monetary momentum would doom the program to BYUI and BYU Hawaii status.
Many faithful are looking for a clear and concise long term vision statement.

John Locke
Ivins, , UT

The ncaa doesn't do anything any more, unless it's USC. BYU handled it correctly, but if they get off scott-free, I'll be surprised.

Las Vegas, NV

BYU media day interview with Jamaal Charles - he was asked about his favorite moment from 2013. He says the Nevada game, but before he can elaborate, his sister asks him "are you sure it wasn't against Utah?", then laughs. He tells her to "shush".


Who am I sir?
Cottonwood Heights, UT

BYU nailed it.
Throughout media day it was obvious BYU had been stockpiling,for eels if not months, all the blockbuster announcements, all the "positives", all the good news,everything the world had waited to hear. Anything praiseworthy or pof good report was now given to a starved fan base. ell done.

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