Found May 17, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
The tale of Phil Ford isn’t your regular story of a Brigham Young Cougars prospect. The 6-foot-6, 330 pound offensive lineman originally committed to Kansas, was baptized into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints while being fellowshipped by an Oregon commit and found out positive details about BYU from a player who transferred away from the school. Yet, somehow, Ford could be wearing Cougar blue very soon.Last week, Ford posted on his Twitter account, “I might be living in the State of Utah a lot sooner than a lot of people thin[k]! #BYU.” Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Ford signed with Kansas out of High School. His high school coach at Bishop Miege, a private catholic school, received the job of offensive line coach and Ford was looking forward to keeping the relationship going. However, he failed to qualify academically and spent the last season redshirting at Iowa Western Community College. At Iowa Western, Ford had the pleasure of being teamma...

Ford's whole word has changed

When Bishop Miege High School offensive lineman Phil Ford left home to play football at Iowa Western with the intent to eventually transfer to Kansas, he never expected his life to drastically change. But, in an instant the big 6-foot-6-inch, 230-pound 18-year-old saw his life change in ways he never would have imagined.
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