Interesting move, for the team, overall.
Interesting story about the value of Parents being willing to "strongly"
counsel their child with an important decision as well as how the son
"accepts" that counsel despite having different preferences himself. Youth need to make their own decisions (mission, college, marriage etc)
but being willing to accept the counsel of parents or other knowledgeable people
who have their best interests at heart, is a great sign of maturity.
Thanks Keanu! We love you!
A freshman? With only ONE MONTH offensive line experience? And he starts?
Against #6 Wisconsin? On the road?Yeah, this kid's got
talent.Welcome to Cougar Nation, Mr. Saleapaga!
How interesting. A 4 or 5 star recruit who chose BYU over the PAC 12. Of
course the U kids will claim he was never more than a 2 star. In the end stars
don't mean everything. While watching the game I saw his name on the back
of his jersey and wondered why one of the projected starters wasn't playing
but his contribution spoke for him. Welcome to BYU young man.
I was particularly sad to see Keanu leave the D-line as I felt he would have
become a great defensive end. In any event, Grimey and Pugh are naturally
experienced at finding the right spot for their O-line players. While coaches often make mistakes, it appears that Keanu is on a trajectory to
be someone special not just personally but also on the football field. Best of