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12 minutes ago, TheClashFan said:

Maybe.  If he wears makeup.  His cheeks do seem a little bit too red to be natural.

Oh, and platform shoes will boost his height.

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Maybe we get all the skill players to take on the role of the various band members.  Zach looks a bit like David Johansen. 

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6 hours ago, TokyoJetsFan said:

Mormon Mahomes

Has anyone proven that he's a Mormon?

His father didn't play for BYu, played at Utah.  His father wanted Zachary to play at Utah.  He doesn't have a shlt ton of siblings.

None of this says he's a Mormon

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10 minutes ago, Jet Nut said:

Has anyone proven that he's a Mormon?

His father didn't play for BYu, played at Utah.  His father wanted Zachary to play at Utah.  He doesn't have a shlt ton of siblings.

None of this says he's a Mormon

None of it says he isn’t either.

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13 minutes ago, Jet Nut said:

Has anyone proven that he's a Mormon?

His father didn't play for BYu, played at Utah.  His father wanted Zachary to play at Utah.  He doesn't have a shlt ton of siblings.

None of this says he's a Mormon

The patriarch and matriarch of this dynamic Neeleman clan are Gary and Rose Neeleman, who have been married 62 years and preside over seven children, 36 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. “They are the glue that holds it all together,” says Zach.

 

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Thus to the story of his teammates whose focus beyond sports is deserving national attention as well, a group of young men, many of them, like Zach, Mormons playing for the university-owned and operated by the Mormon church, the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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4 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

None of it says he isn’t either.

I worked for a company based in Provo.  Going to BYU is what all the Mormons I worked with did.  Not everyone in Utah is Mormon.   They also promote large families.  

Just asking because I e never seen it stated as fact

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42 minutes ago, flgreen said:

The patriarch and matriarch of this dynamic Neeleman clan are Gary and Rose Neeleman, who have been married 62 years and preside over seven children, 36 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. “They are the glue that holds it all together,” says Zach.

 

:)

 

Thus to the story of his teammates whose focus beyond sports is deserving national attention as well, a group of young men, many of them, like Zach, Mormons playing for the university-owned and operated by the Mormon church, the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Thanks I hadn't seen that.  

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