Sunday, January 17, 2010

BYU-bound running back Josh Quezada: dress and grooming standards and Locks of Love

Story, photos, and captions from the Orange County Register:


Josh Quezada watches video of himself playing on large screen at Pepz Pizza and Eatery in La Habra on Thursday, minutues before his signature long hair was cut to conform to grooming standards at BYU, where he will playing college football. Friends and family threw a combination going away and hair cutting party for Quezada at the pizzeria.


Josh Quezada enjoys some pizza with friends and family at combination going away and hair-cutting party held at Pepz in La Habra on Thursday. Quezada's long hair has been one of his signature features during his four years as a star running back for the Highlanders. The All-CIF back is headed to BYU and had to cut his hair to conform to the university's strict grooming standards.


Josh Quezada said he didn't recognize the person in the mirror after seeing himself for the first time without his long locks. The All-CIF back is headed to BYU and had to cut his hair to conform to the university's strict grooming standards. Quezada said the hair is being donated to Locks of Love, a nonprofit which provides hairpieces for children who have lost their own hair due to medical conditions.

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