Former Utah coach Jim Boylen is "very interested" and noted "it would be a privilege to talk to somebody about it" when it comes to the vacancy at Eastern Michigan. The Detroit News includes Boylen in a list of possible candidates for the job.
Boylen was fired by Utah on March 12, following his second consecutive losing season with the Utes. He was eventually replaced by Larry Krystkowiak.
— Ex-Ute Andrew Bogut weighs in on the Krystkowiak hire via YouTube. Bogut played for Krystkowiak during his coaching tenure with the Milwaukee Bucks.
— The San Francisco 49ers' new radio analyst doesn't expect Utah alumnus Alex Smith to be with the team next season.
— And finally, Utah will face a new-look Washington State athletic program in the Pac-12. The Cougars unveiled their new Nike uniforms.
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