Vaccinated BYU Starting Hoops Center — I will miss the rest of season due to ‘heart damage’…
Another elite young athlete sidelined with cardiovascular damage
If only there were something they all had in common
Early in the BYU exhibition game against Colorado Christian on Nov. 4, big man Richard Harward left the contest, and it was later determined that he would be out “at least a little while” because of what head coach Mark Pope called a “cardiovascular issue.” Harward hasn’t played since, and on Tuesday, he announced via Instagram that he will miss the rest of the season because of the heart problem.
“The condition affecting my heart has developed further complications. For my health and safety, it has been determined I will be out the remainder of the season.” Harward, a senior, was expected to be BYU’s starting center this season after averaging 6.1 points, 4.3 rebounds in 15 minutes per game last year.
Vaccinated 8 Days Before Heart Incident
Coach Mark Pope — “He’s in the best shape of his life, he’s playing the best basketball of his life. He is the emotional leader of this entire team over the last two years.” What the Church-owned Deseret News is not reporting is that the perfectly healthy Harward was coerced by the LDS into getting the Vaccine and had just received an injection 8 days before the incident.
Here’s the game where he was ‘injured’ — Timestamped to begin
Harward almost faints, then collapses and can’t walk