Nothing else to prove. If you can retire, great, enjoy your time with your
family. Get your MBA and do something else productive. Please continue to be a
great example of success.Thank you to the classy BYU fans. JohnInSLCI know it’s a different sport, but what about those that
try and try and try to make the NBA, but never can, and end up playing overseas,
despite being college player of the year? The great ones make it both in
college and in the highest professional leagues.
Thanks for all the memories Zane. You are a great ambassador of the U and of
the sport of football.
From this diehard BYU fan to Zane Beadles: congratulations on a nice NFL career
AND on being a dad and husband.Best wishes!
max-was-arrested:Guys that aren’t “that good” does
not include the ones that last for nine years and retire voluntarily. Instead,
it’s the guys that last only six games, have a 1 to 6 TD to INT ratio,
then make a brief and forlorn attempt at the CFL.
Congratulations Zane, from this Cougar fan. Best wishes to your family in the
next chapter. I enjoyed watching you play the game, you did it the right way.
Looks like he’s getting out when he can walk out in one piece. Great move
to leave and further your education. God bless
Zane, one of my personal favorite Utes! I singled him out and watched, and
marveled at how long and far from the line of scrimmage he would maintain his
blocks. And that was both as a Ute and as a professional.He exemplifies
the best characteristics that a student athlete can possess.Good luck in
your personal and professional life after football.And on that day in that
Sugar Bowl the best team won!
You're obviously an intelligent guy, Zane: You got a mechanical engineering
degree from one of the top engineering universities in the country. Wise move to
retire now and preserve that extraordinary brain.