After reading the comments I just want to say this was an article on what Tim
Mctyer an old BYU football player is doing these days. I don't know why the
headline and subsequent article of the subject matter didn't make that
obvious? and Mr. Mctyer if you're reading this I'm a
comedian/rapper as well maybe we could go on tour together.
@Stringer - there was a scholarship for him when he was supposed to come home
from his mission. He chose to leave the mission early and chose to go to Utah.
And byu fans didn't do nearly the kicking and screaming that Utah
"fans" have been doing over Langi. Guys can choose where they go, they
don't owe us anything.
Re: mnsave "Jake Murphy - was a BYU player, but Utah recruited him while
he was on a mission."Interesting, when did Murphy ever play for
BYU? If he was actually a BYU "player" then they would have had a
scholarship available for him. Better check with your coach to get the facts
straight on this one.
Utah gets good TEs. Their last good one - Jake Murphy - was a BYU player, but
Utah recruited him while he was on a mission. I thought that is an unethical
practice used by only BYU
You have to love Chris B, he must get up every morning to scour the media for
places he can comment about BYU. Now I could say that you don't see many
big time QBs at Utah. Alex Smith was great but more of a system QB than
anything else in college. Put him in the right place and he can be a winner and
is a great guy. But it has nothing to do with recruiting smart guys to play QB
at Utah. I do wonder why?
BYU does not get speed players. As I have stated before certain schools are
better at developing certain positions. I could easily ask you the same
question about some of utah's position players. How come the utes have
don't get good tight ends or quarterbacks very often? And "limited
recruiting pool" isn't an answer for you either.
Man I loved the royal!