Ziggy, c'mon. Fork out some money so your buddy can see you play in
person. My guess is that you have a few bucks. :)Great personal
story about a great young man.
Ute fans. Eat your hearts out with your ridiculous comments! Get a life in your
own sports' stories.
As a True Ute fan, I am a huge Ziggy fan. what a great role model for all
people. I love to see him succeed. On the other hand, Star Lotuleilei is
representing the state of Utah as well!GO UTES!!!
@Chris B. Please tell us for the 999th time how you've moved on from
BYU....But you can't leave it alone.I'm pretty
sure I've read "mark it down" posted by you more than 1000 times by
its self. And rarely at the end of an intelligent or well thought out comment.
The only stars this kid had was one. The star on the Ghanaian flag. I think
that's pretty good given how well he's getting paid. Not bad for a
1-star athlete from Africa.
Let's all keep track of how many times the trolls read articles about
anything BYU and then complain about them.Obsession is a strange
thing. It makes people act and say crazy things that everyone but themselves and
their fellow obsessed friends can clearly see.
That same flavor of comment was neat-o, even the 999th time. Make that the
1,000th time. The irony is laughable!
Is there any way we can get updates about how many tackles he's getting in
practice as well? Also, don't forget to update us on how many threes Jimmer
hits in practice too.
Some people are obsessed...
This story is neat-o, even the 999th time.Tell us again about how he
didn't know how to put his pads on. I love that one!
Stay humble Ziggy and you'll be blessed with everything you wish for! Good
luck out there in the league. Won't forget driving around campus and see
you working for the grounds crew in the heat of the summer. Keep it up and
don't forget the humble beginnings and you'll do great things!
Great story of a great man. What a role model for young men back in his home and
elsewhere. I wonder where he will find his wife. Stay strong in the Church,