All this back and forth about who has less class etc. We all need to be real
and realize that we don't really know to much about each other and we can say
all of them are this or that!! However in all reality we don't know more than
the few people we have run ins with. We all have a duty to respect and honor
each other, and keep our own fans personal rants to a repectful level. Let us
all stand up for everyone and move on! Who cares what they did or will do...
Good form Jordan Wynn!
Max was right. Your attempt to try and spin the blame back onto Utah fans is
ridiculous. Max sure was right. He just got the fan base wrong.
Actually Max-was-a-tool, the reason why Y fans made fun Wynn's hair was because
they're the very brand of "classlessness" your unsportsmanlike hero
accused us as being.
Nice thing for him to do. Classy kid. But the likes of 4 or 5 ute fans and their
childish rant after rant is why anyone has made fun of his hair. If a few of
your fans grew up and worried only about the utes, we cougar fans would
appreciate the ute players a little more. Ute fans in general though are what
max said they were...:)
Kudos to Jordan! Now beat MSU! :) Go Utes
Love the article. I have to admit that I feel a little sheepish for making light
of Wynn's haircut--and I am a Ute! Very cool to hear that Jordan is doing what
he can to help those with cancer. It makes me want to do the same.Go Utes!!!
We need more stories like this--Wynn honoring his grandmonm, the RB (forgot his
name) who gave up his season to take care of his mom, etcGreat
It's great that Jordan Wynn is involving with Locks of Love.Cancer
is a nasty disease, indeed.I lost a young cousin and uncle as well.
What a nice piece about a great athlete who is honoring his grandma by donating
his hair so others suffering with cancer can benefit.You'd think
that it would make the Utah/Wynn haters who negatively commented about his hair
length embarrassed about their previous actions/comments. Maybe we shouldn't be
so quick to judge others. And Utah fans are called classless. Sort of ironic,
don't you think?It reminds me of a couple of weeks ago when I was on
a walk with my son. An elderly neighbor, who goes to church with us, commented
on my son being a girl because his hair was long when we were on a walk. We had
an appointment to get his hair cut the next day. It really made me want to
cancel the appointment. I think that we should follow the advice
that Thumper received from his mother, especially as fellow Christians.