Very disappointing news from Brayden Kearsley. Apparently a verbal commitment
doesn't mean much to him. At some point he'll learn the importance of
@cougfantx,I heard that bronco told him byu was a great program and
told him his plan to help byu win a national championship. Apparently brayden
was disappointed bronco was false advertising and not telling him how things
truly are. But thanks to your ESPN contract, brayden was able to watch for
himself, each and every game, the true state of your program.Looks
like considering several prestigous pac 12 progams. Good call kid.
Chris B. I thought you would be busy commenting on Utah's victory last
weekend along with the others you "marked down." Glad you have time to
show how much you care about BYU football.
The decommitting parade continues. That is two outstanding Oregon
players lost this year. (1 receiver and 1 offensive lineman) Brayden was
originally one of the strongest and as a offensive lineman, one of the most
needed. Better get used to it after seasons like this.
Chris B -Thank you for your continued interest in BYU athletics.
Perhaps you and the rest of the Utah braintrust should turn your collective
attention to the problems up on the Hill. That program is in some trouble, and
next year won't be any better now that Oregon and Stanford are on the