There is nothing in Spanish Fork, Utah except church and football. I mean nothing.
So when this young Spanish Fork player, Jason Money, forgot the rules of the game and gave up the ball 3.7 seconds before the whistle was blown in an important game, he sealed his fate. He will always be that guy who lost the playoffs to Maple Mountain High School.
Spanish Fork is a small town and it’ll never forget something like this. Wherever he applies for a job, his future employer will doubt his ability to deliver. Whoever he marries, she’ll hold it over his head. His kids will talk back because he may be their father, but he did lose that game.
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