Tom Gilbert, AP
Much of a team's place in the college football landscape isn't determined by what a team does on its own. The performance of a team's opponents is a huge factor as well.
All three of Utah's FBS programs were victorious in week two, and the bitterness of defeat was washed away for Aggies and Cougars everywhere. More than 30 other games across the nation, however, still hold bearing on Utah, BYU and Utah State's standing going forward.
Here's a team-by-team look at how all the teams on BYU, Utah and Utah State's schedule fared in week two of the college football season.
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