We can quit football altogether. Working for what we want, is not worth the effort. We are too good to make needed compromises. We have too high of values to be a good football team. Teams like Alabama, Georgia, Penn State, TCU Oklahoma State, Miami, Oklahoma USC, ND, Washington, UCF, Va. Tech., NC State, Wash. St., Auburn, Stanford, Mich. St., Michigan, S. Florida, W. Va., Utah, SDS, are all ranked teams because they do not have the high standards that we have. We have the Honor Code that is more important than anything that successful teams has, and therefor we can not compete against others. We have the missionary program that sends us rusty missionaries that need time to get their feet back under them before they can play. Everyone is unfair and prejudice against us.
It is the LGBT community that keeps us from getting into P5 conferences.
Other teams cheat and we will not lower our standards to compete against them.
Have I missed any of our excuses for not being as great as we once were?
Oh yes, I almost forgot, these are different times.
2… We can make no changes, we can for ever more, do mostly,
(due to not making needed changes) , continue to fall into an area of
non relevance in College Football.
We may become flexible in being at the top, the bottom, or anywhere in between as a member of a conference like Big Sky or any FCS Conference. We could use our empty LE Stadium for General Conference or to whom ever will rent it from us. We can convert our indoor practice facility into Practice Basket ball courts. We can ask our Boosters to make larger donations due to all the empty seats at football games and the lack of funds from TV Revenue and Book store athlete dress ware sales. We could become, as fans, the generation, that allowed BYU Football to become meaningless and non supported. 3. We will not give up. We will keep fighting harder. We will have patience in the short term to bring about long term positive results. We will continue to support, (win or lose), our team and our coaches, We will let those in power know that BYU Football has been one of the, (if not the), greatest diversions from the stress of everyday life, and we are not willing to give that sport up. If those in power are not (football capable) of , or not willing to think of, ways to bring about recruiting of 4-5 star recruits in order to play vs teams with 4-5 star recruits, than a (think tank) should be hired to figure out a way for us.
We must stop using the (way to over worked),( over played) for far too long ( excuses),
like the honor code, the missionary, the GLBT community, the prejudice, the unfairness
of others, and our own superior way of life, over all other teams in football that make us
too good for competition and therefore not being able to keep up in football.
It’s over due time for a change in our thinkings, our actions, and our behavior.
Nobody is going to let us in their P5 conference just because our morals are higher
No body is going to let us in the P5 conference because we need differential standards due
to our Honor Code and our missionary program.
No body is going to let us into their P5 conference just to show us that they are not
prejudice against us.
Legislation through law suits are not going to make us capable of playing in a
If we are ever going to get into a P5 conference, and as the years go by, (sooner than later),
the P5 conferences will be the only conferences that anyone ever pays any attention to,
and the rest of us outside of the P5 conference will be like a present day JV team in high school.
Nobody will want to take the time to watch us, much less. pay to watch us, when there are much
more interesting thing to do than watch one meaningless team play against another meaningless
If we are the generation that lets BYU Football continue the slide down, down, down into a team of
no relevance, than shame on us. If we continue to see our selves so superior over the fans of other
universities, shame on us. If we let BYU Football die, because we still hang on to our overworked
excuses for failure instead of making the needed changes for success, than shame, shame, shame
If we truly love BYU Football, instead of making excuse for our failures, we must address realistically
our failures, deal with them, make changes to correct them, and be successful again, or we must stop
calling our selves BYU Football fans.