SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A year ago at this time, Jordan Wynn was dancing for joy, celebrating a blowout win over rival BYU and seemingly dispelling critics who wondered if he could come back from yet another shoulder surgery.
On Tuesday, a disappointed yet composed Wynn was saying goodbye to the game that brought so many highs and lows — the last being a fourth shoulder injury that has forced him to retire.
Wynn says he has no regrets and walks away with his head held high, even if his left arm was in a sling during Tuesday’s news conference.
Wynn finishes eighth on Utah’s all-time passing charts with 4,637 yards — one of 11 quarterbacks in school history to throw for 4,000 yards.
His 33 touchdowns are sixth-most by a Ute QB.