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Post by coolag » February 6th, 2012, 5:57 pm

Sounds like he is done according to official website. :cry:



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Post by QuackAttackAggie » February 6th, 2012, 6:01 pm

just saw the tweet from tony. huge loss, for us and for him.



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Post by DCS » February 6th, 2012, 6:08 pm

DesNewsKraig: USU announces Brady Jardine will have career ending foot surgery. That's a rough blow for a great guy.

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Re: Jardine

Post by TrueBlueFan » February 6th, 2012, 6:17 pm

:shock: :shock: :shock: Our team next year just went from OK (as in maybe NCAA tourny worthy) to Bad (as in just a little better than this year). :cry: :cry: :cry:


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Post by NVAggie » February 6th, 2012, 6:27 pm

Good luck to Brady. He was a good Aggie that was always willing to do what the team needed.



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Post by Stucki » February 6th, 2012, 6:28 pm

You are forgetting that Stew was planning for next season without Jardine anyway. Shaw, Lopez, perhaps Harris will help offset the loss of Brady.

He will be missed, but the team will be better equipped to play without him next year.


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Post by AgTime » February 6th, 2012, 6:38 pm

Stucki wrote:You are forgetting that Stew was planning for next season without Jardine anyway. Shaw, Lopez, perhaps Harris will help offset the loss of Brady.

He will be missed, but the team will be better equipped to play without him next year.
That's if Harris can heal (torn ACL)...



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Post by FloridaAggie13 » February 6th, 2012, 6:43 pm

So, next year we have some more new guys who haven't played in Stew's system and that is supposed to be a positive? Sliiiiidddddiiiinggggg doooowwwwnnnnn..... :-(



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Post by freakboy » February 6th, 2012, 6:47 pm

Is this something that couldmhave been prevented had they caught it when it initially happened, or was it inevitable?



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Post by QuackAttackAggie » February 6th, 2012, 6:56 pm

freakboy wrote:Is this something that couldmhave been prevented had they caught it when it initially happened, or was it inevitable?
"concerning brady jardine, usu coaching staff is surprised by the recent development. While there was no guarantee, the thought was jardine would absolutely be back next year."

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Post by Empire of Dirt » February 6th, 2012, 7:12 pm

That sucks all around. Sucks for Jardine, sucks for the team, sucks for the fans. Too bad for such a good guy and a good Aggie.


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Post by UtahStizzle » February 6th, 2012, 7:24 pm

We should have known since 13 = 13 ;)

This is why we shouldn't personally attack these kids so much ...they give a lot for this game.

Brady will be fine ...bright, bright guy with jobs already lined up.


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Post by darthspectrum » February 6th, 2012, 7:25 pm

Is this just USU and Jardine's way of moving on with his life? I feel bad his senior year had to end like this. That St. Mary's dunk is one of my all-time favorites.



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Re: Jardine

Post by treesap32 » February 6th, 2012, 7:51 pm

Terrible news. I'm a HUGE Brady Jardine fan and I feel terrible for him. Was really looking forward to him this year and then next year. Best of luck to Brady in whatever he does from here on out.



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Re: Jardine

Post by kofdog » February 6th, 2012, 8:07 pm

Such a bummer. Man I hope they recognize him at senior night!



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Post by espnaggie » February 6th, 2012, 8:09 pm

kofdog wrote:Such a bummer. Man I hope they recognize him at senior night!
Stew said they will


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Post by MarioWest » February 6th, 2012, 8:10 pm

Extremely sad news. Brady was easily one of the most fun Aggies to watch in the decade I've followed the team. He also seemed like a great guy and he was certainly terrific competitor.

What I loved most about Brady's game was his rebounding. He could have coasted by on his tremendous athletic ability, but he didn't. He had good form, boxed out his man...and when all else failed he could jump over them.

I've never heard an arena go so silent so quickly as after his dunk at St. Mary's. I, and many other Aggie fans, will remember that dunk for the rest of our lives. I'll also remember the energy that he and Brian Green brought off the bench.

I'm sure this is very difficult time for him. My thoughts are with him and his family. I have no doubt Brady will have a very successful life, whatever path he may take.



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Post by Rabidchild » February 6th, 2012, 8:58 pm

He should dress and start on senior night, I don't care if he's in a walking boot or whatever. Call timeout after the tip and sub him out, let him walk off that floor one last time to a standing ovation.


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Post by TrueBigBlue » February 6th, 2012, 10:00 pm

Rabidchild wrote:He should dress and start on senior night, I don't care if he's in a walking boot or whatever. Call timeout after the tip and sub him out, let him walk off that floor one last time to a standing ovation.
^This, + a million, I agree, etc. that would be a special moment and he deserves it.

When is senior night, btw?



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Post by Quelch » February 6th, 2012, 10:13 pm

I will refuse to believe this until next season begins. Miracles do happen!



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Re: Jardine

Post by Aglicious » February 6th, 2012, 10:48 pm

I feel like I just got punched in the gut! :( I can't imagine what Brady and all the Jardines must be feeling like right about now.


I know that some members of our forum were trying to help by getting some contacts with foot specialists in recent days. Now I can't help but wonder if those contacts were the ones to have to break this news to them. I too have the same question as freakboy, is this something that could have been prevented or repaired earlier if a specialists would have been brought in from the beginning?



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Post by lcrasmus » February 6th, 2012, 10:50 pm

Stucki wrote:You are forgetting that Stew was planning for next season without Jardine anyway.
This. We were completely planning on Jardine playing this whole season and graduating out and NOT being here for next season. We recruited with that in mind. We prepared for it. And we'll be ready without him next year. I think Reed is going to handle starting next season just fine. Plus, Shaw, Lopez, Harris, Clifford covering the post for us? I think we'll be alright. We have 3 new post players, 2 that have proven that they are capable of being contributors with consistency.

That being said, I really wish that Jardine was back and could play one more season. I really wish the guy the best. I loved every minute he played for us, from the excitable jitters of the freshman year to the dunk at St. Mary's. All the best to him and his.



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Re: Jardine

Post by BigPermAg » February 6th, 2012, 11:56 pm

Thanks to TF and the entire Jardine family. We have enjoyed having Brady here.



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Post by troutputz » February 7th, 2012, 2:12 am

I loved watching Brady. I have not seen a white guy jump like he did for a long, long, long time.

This really is AGGIE BAD LUCK.......I mean really bad luck! NOw for you young ones. Take the feeling you have now about this happening to Brady. Now just think how we old ones felt when Wayne Estes was lost and killed. We feel so bad that Brady can't finish his career in Basketball, but can go on and have a good career in his chosen profession. Estes was not allowed to have that even happen. The Valley was stunned for at least 2 years. I know we will be stunned for at least the rest of this year and half of next year about losing Brady. But maybe we will see Brady at some games and be able to talk to him. I and several others only wanted to do that When Wayne died. For many of us, we have never had closure about Wayne's death. I hope Brady and his friends will be able to have closure because he is alive and still young. I hope that Brady can do some of the things he likes like hiking and fishing. Sometimes and injury like that won't even allow you to do that.

We Aggies are a tough lot, but sometimes I just can't help but wonder, why USU? I don't think I will ever get an answer to that one.
USU has had far more than its share of trials and tribulations.....

God bless Brady and his wife and family that life will be good regardless.
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Post by usufan123 » February 7th, 2012, 3:44 am

With Reed, Harris, and Clifford at the 4 nest year I would think that we should still be pretty good at that spot. Reed needs to improve in some area's but all in all has had a good year for us. Should improve even more next year. Hopefully Harris will make a quick comeback. He is supposed to be athletic, a good rebounder, and a guy who can shoot it. With Shaw and Lopez at the 5 we should be pretty good at these 2 spots anyway next year. I wonder how this will affect recruiting. It seems like we will bring in a juco wing for next year not sure if we would sign anyone else or not unless Harris is not going to be ready?



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Re: Jardine

Post by justintime » February 7th, 2012, 6:48 am

I'm sorry to hear this. He was a fighter, and a worthy opponent for my NewMags.



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Post by utahstateaggiesalltheway » February 7th, 2012, 7:07 am

Horrible ending to a great player.



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Post by hipsterdoofus21 » February 7th, 2012, 8:11 am

My heart weighs heavy this morning. This is one of the saddest things ever to happen to Aggie basketball. Think of all the dunks and blocks that will go undunked and unblocked next year. Somewhere Mitchell Young feels safe to step out into the sun again, and St Mary's can quit avoiding the Spectrum. Rims all throughout the WAC are breathing a sigh of relief today.
This is a guy who broke his face, multiple times, for the school and team he loved. A guy who willingly took a role on the bench, when he was far better than the starter, cause he knew it was best for the team. A guy who blew a redshirt year to give the team depth. A guy who at any moment could either silence an opponent's crowd, or cause a complete eruption in the Spectrum. By far one of the most exciting Aggies of all time and someone who gave it everything he's got. I'm just grateful for the time we had with him. He will be missed.

Does anyone know if there's a more high quality pic than this one on google? I'd like to blow it up and get it signed on saturday so I can tell my son someday about "The Dunk".



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Post by FloridaAggie13 » February 7th, 2012, 8:32 am

troutputz wrote:I loved watching Brady. I have not see a white guy jump like he did for a long, long, long time.

This really is AGGIE BAD LUCK.......I mean really bad luck! NOw for you young ones. Take the feeling you have now about this happening to Brady. Now just think how we old ones felt when Wayne Estes was lost and killed. We feel so bad that Brady can't finish his career in Basketball, but can go on and have a good career in his chosen profession. Estes was not allowed to have that even happen. The Valley was stunned for at least 2 years. I know we will be stunned for at least the rest of this year and half of next year about losing Brady. But maybe we will see Brady at some games and be able to talk to him. I and several others only wanted to do that When Wayne died. For many of us, we have never had closure about Wayne's death. I hope Brady and his friends will be able to have closure because he is alive and still young. I hope that Brady can do some of the things he likes like hiking and fishing. Sometimes and injury like that won't even allow you to do that.

We Aggies are a tough lot, but sometimes I just can't help but wonder, why USU? I don't think I will ever get an answer to that one.
USU has had far more than its share of trials and tribulations.....

God bless Brady and his wife and family that life will be good regardless.
Isn't this a bit over the top? Estes was killed. Jardine just broke his foot and will go on to a productive, happy, healthy life.



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Re: Jardine

Post by MexicanAggie » February 7th, 2012, 8:34 am

The best part of that picture is the little kid at the bottom picking his nose.



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Post by FloridaAggie13 » February 7th, 2012, 8:35 am

hipsterdoofus21 wrote:My heart weighs heavy this morning. This is one of the saddest things ever to happen to Aggie basketball. Think of all the dunks and blocks that will go undunked and unblocked next year. Somewhere Mitchell Young feels safe to step out into the sun again, and St Mary's can quit avoiding the Spectrum. Rims all throughout the WAC are breathing a sigh of relief today.
This is a guy who broke his face, multiple times, for the school and team he loved. A guy who willingly took a role on the bench, when he was far better than the starter, cause he knew it was best for the team. A guy who blew a redshirt year to give the team depth. A guy who at any moment could either silence an opponent's crowd, or cause a complete eruption in the Spectrum. By far one of the most exciting Aggies of all time and someone who gave it everything he's got. I'm just grateful for the time we had with him. He will be missed.

Does anyone know if there's a more high quality pic than this one on google? I'd like to blow it up and get it signed on saturday so I can tell my son someday about "The Dunk".
The kid picking his nose in the bottom left of the picture is priceless. Sort of a "...holy shyite...is that superman...?" expression on his face as he digs for gold AND witnesses the most spectacular dunk in USU history.



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Post by TFBruin » February 7th, 2012, 9:26 am

darthspectrum wrote:Is this just USU and Jardine's way of moving on with his life?
Absolutely Not.



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Post by USUBlue » February 7th, 2012, 10:53 am

TFBruin wrote:
darthspectrum wrote:Is this just USU and Jardine's way of moving on with his life?
Absolutely Not.
Very unfortunate for Brady and your family TF. Brady could have made lots of money in Europe for several years -- he was a very fun player to watch!

How's your Soph. son developing in height and with his game?



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Hey Florida13

Post by troutputz » February 7th, 2012, 11:20 am

Way to comprehend my post! Hello, I said the same as you:

We feel so bad that Brady can't finish his career in Basketball, but can go on and have a good career in his chosen profession.



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Post by USUinventedswagger » February 7th, 2012, 12:59 pm

FloridaAggie13 wrote:
troutputz wrote:I loved watching Brady. I have not see a white guy jump like he did for a long, long, long time.

This really is AGGIE BAD LUCK.......I mean really bad luck! NOw for you young ones. Take the feeling you have now about this happening to Brady. Now just think how we old ones felt when Wayne Estes was lost and killed. We feel so bad that Brady can't finish his career in Basketball, but can go on and have a good career in his chosen profession. Estes was not allowed to have that even happen. The Valley was stunned for at least 2 years. I know we will be stunned for at least the rest of this year and half of next year about losing Brady. But maybe we will see Brady at some games and be able to talk to him. I and several others only wanted to do that When Wayne died. For many of us, we have never had closure about Wayne's death. I hope Brady and his friends will be able to have closure because he is alive and still young. I hope that Brady can do some of the things he likes like hiking and fishing. Sometimes and injury like that won't even allow you to do that.

We Aggies are a tough lot, but sometimes I just can't help but wonder, why USU? I don't think I will ever get an answer to that one.
USU has had far more than its share of trials and tribulations.....

God bless Brady and his wife and family that life will be good regardless.
Isn't this a bit over the top? Estes was killed. Jardine just broke his foot and will go on to a productive, happy, healthy life.
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