To all players who have lost family, our prayers and thoughts are with you.
Thoughts, love and light to all of you who have lost family. Be strong. Let us
know if you need help flying home.
How quickly we learn how football is number 4 or 5 on our priority list. My
prayers to all involved.
At a time like this, we are not colors; we are all family. I too have family in
Samoa ~ they were on the other side of the island. But your grief is our grief.
God bless, brothers.
My heart goes out to you guys. May God comfort you and our prayers will be for
you and your families.
Our hearts here in Nagasaki Japan go out to you. We join with those who mourn
to send our comfort to all those who have lost loved ones. May God calm your
hearts and lift your spirits. Peace we unto you all.
What are you doing in Nagasaki? Nagasaki is my favorite Japanese city. I saw
the October Okunchi matsuri there several years ago.
Big Neli and Sealver are thoughts and prayers are with you. Let's all include
the people of Samoa in our prayers.
As a true blue cougar fan. May God bless the U of U players that suffered this
tragic loss. I was TDY on American Samoa in 2003. I grew to love the Samoan
people. God bless you all.
we all love you. we pray for you and everyone involved.
Agreed that there's a lot more to life than football. From a BYU booster to
these Ute players affected by this tragedy: My thoughts and prayers go out to
you. Red or blue, we're ultimately all on the same side.
As President Ronald Reagan was about to go into surgery following the
assassination attempt that had been made against his life, he looked up at the
surgeon and quipped: "I hope you're a Republican." The surgeon replied: "Mr.
President, tonight the entire country is Republican." Right now, all of us,
whether Cougars, Aggies, or whatever we may be, are all Utes when it comes to
our sorrow and sympathy for those whose lives have been so devastated by the
tragedy that has struck so close to home. All our prayers and hopes during this
very sad time.
My prayers are with those and their families who have suffered such a difficult
loss. Kia kaha.
...that we realize what is important. We also realize that we are immature and
childish when we criticize each other over who might be a better team. The
truth is that we are all the same and have to stop the petty bickering. May
your families be comforted.
From the Oregon fans, our deepest condolences. UO has a couple of players from
the same region, and thankfully, all are safe.
God bless you players and your families. I echo the statement from the "It's
times like these" post. May this be a reminder for us to put aside our
childish bickering and recognize these are simply young men out there.My
To all who have suffered or lost through this tragic event, my condolences and
prayers. God bless those left to deal with what remains. It won't be easy but
you will have support, comfort, and strength.God bless us all.