Underneath the uniform: Tim Law


    By Leigh Dethman

    What is in your CD player right now?

    Paul Oakenfold – he”s not a rapper, it is trance music. It is relaxing.

    What did you eat for breakfast this morning?

    Nothing. I”m starving.

    All time favorite movie?

    Dumb and Dumber, it is just comedy. It is funny. There is a lot of funny lines. Pick any one you want.

    Favorite TV show as a kid?

    Sportscenter, that is the only thing I”ve ever watched. I never really watched cartoons or anything like that.

    Favorite restaurant in Provo?

    Ruby River. I”m a steak and potatoes kind of guy

    One article of clothing you can”t live without?

    My sunglasses. First I have bad eyes, light gets to them. Second, I like the way they look. I wear them so you can”t tell what I”m looking at. No one knows what I”m looking at.

    Any superstitions?

    My right shoe goes on before my left. I”ve always done it that way.

    Best pick-up line?

    I”ve never used one before. I just act calm and relaxed, go introduce myself and that”s it.

    How old were you when you had your first kiss?

    Sixth grade we were playing kick the can at the neighbors” house and there was a girl there I kind of liked. So we would go hide in the same hiding place and I kissed her back there.

    Are you dating anyone?

    Yes. I”m, not single and not available. But it”s nothing serious.



    Best-case scenario- what are you doing 20 years from now?

    I”m flying my private jet in China.

    What is the last movie you watched?

    The whole thing? I fall asleep a lot. Behind Enemy Lines.

    Favorite toy as a kid?

    My baseball glove. Either that or a bat and a ball.

    What kind of car do you have?

    I drive a Ford truck or a Honda Civic

    What kind of coach would you be?

    Coach that doesn”t put up with any crap. Likes it done right and likes it done right the first time. But also understanding and willing to help the players.

    What is your motto?

    Do it right the first time, or don”t do it at all.

    Are you scared of anything?

    I”m not really scared. I”d be scared to get held up at gun point.

    What is it like playing for your dad?

    He”s just as tough on me if not more so than the other players. It”s just the way it goes, I guess.

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