Great examples to young people indicating that there is more in life than
football or other sports...
There are few things less important than going on a Mission. Very, Very few.
There are few things more important than going on a mission. Very, very few.
How many articles have already been written about this in the past few weeks?
Young men you are to be commended!
moa ngatuvai, san jose state OG- served in mexico
@Dennis There are few things more important than going on a Mission.
Very, very few.
Why does BYU have to have a football program? Wouldn't all LDS young men
aspiring to be in division 1/FBS college football serve their church better by
being at other schools like Utah and Utah State University to say the least?
Time to turn Provo into Rexburg and let these young men serve in a more
@ #1 fan,That's one of the dumbest things I've ever heard of. Every
young man has a choice to where he wants to get an education, and if he's lucky
enough to play football too. Mormons being the peculiar people they are, they
want to feel comfortable in an environment that supports their beliefs and
encourages them to live their faith. Some people actually love living in the
Articles like this helped me make the decision to want to serve a mission and
put off my football career. But, there are hundreds of RM's playing D1 football
around the country that were left out. since it's impossible to get them all
people should add the names of those who have been missed. Notre Dame
I'm not sure but it looks like you forgot Robbie Lusk AGAIN ; ) After leading
the State in tackles and receiving many honors (Region MVP etc), he turned down
several offers and a scholarship to Boise State to go on a mission. Boise was
third in the nation that year, and his sacrifice to go on a mission instead of
taking a scholarship is a great story. Boise recruited someone else for his
spot, and after his mission BYU expressed no interest. He lost weight etc. He is
now at Utah with his best friend and former teammate, Jake Murphy. He's gaining
the weight back and is better than ever. He has to pay his own way through
school, but I admire him greatly for his focus on what is most important in
life. He is truly an amazing person and his focus on the eternal things over a
game has helped my family and many others. Thank you Robbie for
setting a great example!!!