Last week, dedicated BYU fan Amy Miller broke her right arm in the process of chasing down one of the highly coveted #BYU50 boxes.
The #BYU50 campaign has members of BYU marketing crossing the country, dropping a box full of signed goodies and sweet BYU paraphernalia, and then tweeting a picture of the box's location. The first fan to the box wins it.
There are no details as to exactly how Miller broke her arm (for all we know she could have stiff armed a child), but she was able to claim the box even after sustaining her injury.
Word spread quickly to the athletic department (Tom Holmoe quickly replied to her tweet) and earlier today, the entire team showed up on Amy's doorstep for a surprise visit.
She broke her arm running to the #BYU50 box. Best part, she got it. So we showed up. pic.twitter.com/3EnNECKmxM— Mitch Mathews (@mitchmathews10) August 14, 2015
So the whole team shows up on her doorstep. Cool. Then they decided to do this.
August 14, 2015
This might set a dangerous precedent as there are still a good number of BYU50 boxes left to be distributed. Get out there and sacrifice your bodies, BYU fans.
THE ENTIRE BYU FOOTBALL TEAM WAS JUST ON MY LAWN & GAVE ME SEASON TICKETS & SANG THE FIGHT SONG AND I MIGHT PASS OUT pic.twitter.com/GnviGd5dXj— Amy Miller (@itsamymiller) August 14, 2015