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Red roundup: Utah, UCLA are 'running from the ashes' after poor starts

Published: Saturday, Aug. 1 2015 2:37 p.m. MDT

Utah Utes offensive linesman Tony Bergstrom (70) and daughter celebrate with the team after the University of Utah defeats Oregon State University 27-8 to win their first conference PAC-12 football game Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Tom Smart, Deseret News) Utah Utes offensive linesman Tony Bergstrom (70) and daughter celebrate with the team after the University of Utah defeats Oregon State University 27-8 to win their first conference PAC-12 football game Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Tom Smart, Deseret News)

ESPN.com's Ted Miller notes that both Utah and UCLA are "running from the ashes" after poor starts.

The winner of Saturday's contest at Rice-Eccles Stadium will own a three-game winning streak and bowl eligibility.

Utah defensive coordinator Kalani Sitake checks in with the "Bill and Spence Show" on ESPN 700.

— Robert Jackson of KSL.com has put together a scouting report on UCLA.

— A Palm Beach Post commentary says Urban Meyer would not be a good fit at Penn State.

— Rick Majerus discusses the passing of Hall of Famer "Easy" Ed Macauley.

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