Idablu is right. Why is Williams wasting his time with this nonsense, rather
than showing remorse for hurting the team by getting suspended?
That is BYU all over the place. I wonder if we will see a T shirt with that
picture on it pretty soon.
John Charity... I believe we have seen like 40+ articles about an apologetic
Williams. I am really surprised you took the time to read this 1 page article
where a 19 year old guy is having a bit of fun. Go see the movie, maybe you can
find a good role that fits you too.
And BYU fans wonder why the rest of the nation mocks them...
Oh, brother. Slow news day, DNews? What a waste of space. As if there
weren't enough "out there" to draw the rest of the country's
scorn and ridicule.
Why so many hating on this article?!1) The TMNT remix going on right
now is super relevant to the whole US culture, particularly with Millennials who
grew up with the originals series. 2) Interesting how everyone thinks
we'll get "mocked or scorned" for something like this, as if those
who would "mock and scorn" our culture wouldn't just do it anyway.
3) This is camp, generally a pretty tight-lipped time of the season. If
fans want players like Williams to take the lead on this team be something
special, fans need to grant him license to do what works for himself and his
teammates. 4) Enough with the Williams suspension talk. As if none of us
have ever screwed up before. Not to mention that the kid is in completely
different culture with completely different standards. 5) This silly
story is actually really good news. If the RB core is doing things like:
bonding, recognizing roles and unique traits, becoming a team/family unit and
being lead by each other; should fans seriously complain about how that
happens?Great article, haters gonna hate
Brave Sir Robin, the rest of the nation doesn't mock us. They frankly
don't care. But you do. (sniff) I just love you Ute fans! You guys are so
loyal. The SEC doesn't care, but you do. We should hang out sometime. Are
you free in 2016? That would mean a lot to me.Having said that,
this TMNT thing is pretty goofy. But to sjames' point, it seems like these
guys are really getting along. The whole "bomb squad" thing for the
WR's is presumptuous too, but again, it maens they see themselves as a
Some of you commenters don't get it. I think it is great to see and
remember that these guys are just college kids wanting to have fun and goof off
a little. I have absolutely no problem with this article and am glad the
players are friends that enjoy to do what every single one of you did with your
friends in college; have fun and make jokes about each other.
I'm glad they are out having fun and enjoying their time together. I may
question their movie choice, but that's another matter. I would prefer to
read about this one of of the player's twitter feeds, or if he has his own
blog...not on a news paper website. Then again, with as much wacky stuff as
ESPN covers, maybe this makes sense.
BYU often takes things too seriously. I am glad to see them loosen up some. Play
loose, play hard. Some of the commenters need to loosen up as well.