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Mormon Idaho man chooses family over football career

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  • PGVikingDad Pleasant Grove, UT
    Nov. 14, 2012 4:31 p.m.

    Ah, Minico. I was a Spartan, but we were atrocious. In the years from 1988-90, we only won one game (3-0 v. Poky my sophomore Homecoming game), so it was more than refreshing to follow Skylar and his teammates as they finally brought dignity and respectability to Rupert. I also share the change-of-heart thing with Skylar: I was a thrower on the BYU track team as a post-mission freshman, but I just could not regain my competitive fire. Priorities had changed, and I just didn't care how far that little metal ball or that little rubber disc flew, any longer. Consequently, I chose to pass the torch at the end of the season. Best of luck to you, Skylar. You've made the right choice.

  • So. Cal Reader San Diego, CA
    Nov. 15, 2012 2:42 p.m.

    Impressive individual. Indeed, he made the right decision for him. I also like what appears to be a SD cap on in the picture. Do we have an Idaho farm boy Padres fan? Best of luck, Skylar.