(UNEDITED)While I will agree with those who state that the LDS Church urges members to follow Christ's teachings, the Church's version of who Christ is is markedly different from that which is documented in the Bible and with the few surviving contemporary historical documents. I needn't go into the specific differences here since most people in Utah know what the LDS Church teaches about their version of Christ.
One writer's assertion that "Most mainstream religions...cannot agree amongst themselves [regarding Jesus Christ's origins, mission, and commandments]" was written out of ignorance of religious doctrines in the Christian world, who are singular in agreement that the bible tells us everything we need to know regarding Jesus Christ, His origins and His teachings. If it's not in the Bible, then it's of no importance to the message of Christ. Embellishments from any other source are immaterial.
I am amused when somebody makes the claim that the LDS Church is ipso facto Christian because the name Jesus Christ is contained in the name of the Church. Your Christ is a product of the fanciful imagination of one person, very much different than from the Biblical Jesus Christ.
Oh, and The Pope is probably not much aware of the University of Notre Dame, much less its standings in NCAA sports.