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Published: Monday, Aug. 11 2014 3:35 p.m. MDT

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VegasUte
Las Vegas, NV

Poyman and Ted H:

Please refer to BlueNtheFace: "the incident with Jamaal in early 2014 was taken care of internally. Done. However, Bronco and staff put players with recent team infractions on behavior contracts (almost like probation). If the player crosses the line again, like Jamaal did after Spring ball, they get punished for both violations." Ergo, except for the subsequent infraction, Jamaal would not have been suspended - and I have no problem with that. If you do, that's on you.

Jamaal's earlier indiscretion was handled internally, the same as TW's.

I am not judging nor am I casting aspersions and neither should you. Move on! Dead story.

Good luck Jamaal. I hope you have a great season!

Kaladin
Northern, CO

@Ken - What in my comment is spin? I was just responding to a post criticizing Williams and accusing him of dishonesty. My response is not spin in any way. BYU did more (a suspension) than most schools would feel is warranted (we can assume only since none of us know what the suspension is all about)

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