No. 3 team in the nation, and they suspend their third leading scorer, Kyle Davies, for the rest of the year. With their best chance at a ntaional title/final four ever. And they lose their first game without him. GFY Mormons. :D
In this day and age, stuff like this sounds laughable. But you have to give the kid credit for owning up. I mean, he could have waited until after the tournament.
He took and honor code, made a mistake and owned up to it. I might be a little old fashioned but i like this kid. He did the right thing and although he will be punished, he will be a better man for it.
Yeah, in all seriousness I think the rules are silly, but kids that choose to go to that school go there for a reason. They know what they are signing up for and they want that in their lives. Thus, good for him if he owned up and good for the school for putting whatever they value before sports. He could have gone to another school, but chose BYU.
After hearing and reading about this this morning, I couldn't believe it. Isn't BYU located in a state that allows you to have 74 wives if you so choose? But wait, you have to wait until you marry them to **** them? STUPID.
[QUOTE=124;3971872]After hearing and reading about this this morning, I couldn't believe it. Isn't BYU located in a state that allows you to have 74 wives if you so choose? But wait, you have to wait until you marry them to **** them? STUPID.[/QUOTE]
He signed up for it. So did every other attendee of that school.
[QUOTE=ESPN.com]"Everybody who comes to BYU, every student if they're an athlete or not an athlete, they make a commitment when they come," Rose said of the school's honor code. "A lot of people try to judge if this is right or wrong, but it's a commitment they make. It's not about right or wrong. It's about commitment."
Davies was one of Fredette's favorite targets in the post, ran the floor well and [B]gave the Cougars length and size inside[/B].[/QUOTE]