TooSmartForYou & SamoanYfan... Maybe the same reason someone would leave
Utah County & your beloved Cougars, or have you not ever had someone
transfer. Oh wait, Jake Heaps did just recently. Things didn't work out.
He wants more playing time. Did you not read the article? The PAC 12 is a
better conference, but individuals still choose for themselves. I'm
surprised you were so confused by the article.
toosmartforyouFarmington, UTWhy would anyone leave the mighty
"PAC 12?"_________Why didn't he transfer to
I can't even imagine why in the world would someone want to leave the
Blessed PAC-12. It's mind boggling. It's like leaving the Varsity
team to play on an 14yr old little league team. Why? Being on the bench in the
PAC-12 is so much better than starting in a division II program. Because the
PAC-12 is the #1 conference in the country.
A win for Weber and the Utes. Frees up a scholarship for a more talented
Good luck Tyron, you'll do great at Weber.In my opinion Utah needs to
do more to keep offensive players on offense, Morris is a prime example of the
Utes recruiting a wr who was outstanding and trying to make him into a safety.
All the while Utah's been thin at wr they had a playmaker as a back up on
defense. I get that Whit is a defensive guy, but it seems to have been
detrimental to the team as a whole when you take all of the best athletes and
force them into a defensive position, no playmakers is a tough deal for an OC.
Why would anyone leave the mighty "PAC 12?"
Don't put Coach Hill in charge of special teams at WSU. According to
utefans dot net, he was horrible.
Congrats to all these players and I thank Tyron for always representing the U so
well. Now, with degree in hand, I hope he has a riot and earns a ton of playing
time at Weber!
Good luck, Tyron. I think Coach Hill has a good chance to turn the Weber program
around in the next few years, especially with his in-roads in local
recruiting.Congrats to Keith, Tenny, Jake and Ant! Put in good work
and take advantage of your chance at the combine.
Congrats on earning your degree and thanks for your effort at the U. Good luck