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Sep 11, 2019
Michael McQuain All-American
So...is it better to be a realist/pessimist fan than an optimistic one?
I get that "fans" come in all shapes/sizes/flavors...and no one can/should legislate fandom...but I honestly have questions.

Does it make losses less painful to be a realist/pessimist?
Conversely...does it dilute such a fan's enjoyment of a big...dramatic....unexpected BYU win to publicly stake out a position like that pre-game?

If you call for a BYU loss and are proven correct...are you happy they lost so you could be proven correct? Or are you happy and willing to eat crow when you are wrong?



Michael McQuain - BYU '82
Originally posted on Sep 11, 2019 at 10:06:27pm
Message modified by Michael McQuain on Sep 11, 2019 at 10:22:59pm
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