Collie as a Niner would be a great fit. Plus he is from Sacramento, so he could
play in front of friends and family. Make it happen Niners!!
Niners don't really need sot receiver. Right gy wrong team. Ute fans see
your therapists for buy insecurities.
I like Collie in SF.He is slow, for a receiver, but few can run
precision routes and have such reliable hands.Go Collie!
Do tight ends count as "receivers"?
I think Austin Collie's family is from the Sacramento area if my memory is
correct. They would be thrilled if that is so, to be able to watch him play for
SF. We loved watching Collie play for the Cougars. He was magic!
Chrisdo you not realize that your pettiness here destroys your credulity
on the other pages (even from those of us who generally agree with you on other
posts)? would it be that hard to just say good luck?good luck Austin
ekuteLayton, UT"Wookie, I'm with you. Why is he so
determined to risk his life?Unfortunately, a player like Collie
could earn in one season what an average wage earner can earn in 10 years.
It's all about the Benjamin's. Money can make people take risks that
aren't necessarily in their best interest.
@Chrissy BNo, but he can talk to all of the All-American
quarterbacks, tight ends, O & D lineman, running backs, linebackers etc..
who are among the 125+ current or former BYU-NFL players, 55 of whom have played
in Super Bowls since 1984.Or a Super Bowl and 2-time NFL MVP from
BYU.Or BYU's College Hall of Famers.Or the long
line of NFL coaches with a BYU connection.Or best of all....Peyton
Manning.Or maybe, he should just talk to you about your universal
T-ball trophy and 9th place finish at the Pinewood Derby?
Well, all the Ute comments were civil until Chris B joined in. didnt your mom
ever teach you, if you cant say anything nice, dont say anything at all? As a
BYU fan and a 49er fan I would LOVE to see collie suit up for Harbaugh! when
Collie is healthy is one of the best set of hands you could have in the slot.
Good luck Collie!Go niners!Go Cougs!
I would LOVE to see him go to the Niners. Make this happen!
I don't think he is risking his life at this point. Jim McMahon played in
an era when very little was known about concussions. If he doesn't pass
certain exams, he won't get to play. The league will step in if he has
It wasn't football, Jimmy Mac was always like that.
Austin should talk to all of the other receivers from BYU who made it in the
NFL, to see what he should expect as far as a long term career in the league.Oh wait...
@Wookie & ekute:I feel the same way, but apparently it was his wife
that encouraged him to try out and keep working out to get back in the league. I
would say it was probably a case of Collie being cranky and ornery at home and
his wife had had enough. My experience being married says that's probably
what pushed her to cave and let him try and play again lol.
An article on a BYU player that has 75% of the posters to this point saying
"Go Utes." Amazing how obsessed the Utes are with everything BYU. But
at least the comments were civil, so thanks for that. I hope the Utes media day
goes ok for them.Good Luck, Austin, you brought us many good
memories, including the phrase "Collie's still open." Sorry,
Wookie, I'm with you. Why is he so determined to risk his life?
I hope he decides to do what is best for his family and his personal overall
health,not just now but in the future. Maybe talk to Jim McMann (sp?) another
former Cougar who had a string of concussions.GO UTES!!
Coming from a Ute, I would love to see him at either team. New England or San
Fran. He is a Great player and deserves another chance! GO UTES!
Would love to see Collie in the slot with the Niners. Great hands, dependable
receiver for Kap to throw to...hope this happens. Good luck AC.