Embracing the grind: 10 things the Utes must do to be successful this time around in the Pac-12
Andrew J. Allred, Deseret News
The 2013 Utah football team is off to a strong start.
The Utes took care of business during their non-conference schedule, finishing 3-0 against in-state opponents Utah State, Weber State and BYU. However, despite its non-conference successes, Utah’s overtime loss to Oregon State in its first conference game leaves lingering doubts about how well the Utes will fare as they turn their focus to the remaining Pac-12 schedule.
Dan Sorensen is the editor in chief of UteZone.com, part of the Rivals.com network. He is a member of the Football Writers Association of America and Basketball Writers Association of America. Dan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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