Aaron Morton
Aaron Morton is an assistant sports editor for the Deseret News. He has worked as an editor, sports writer and designer for the News, Ogden Standard-Examiner and Idaho Falls Post Register. Raised in Kaysville, Morton is a graduate of Utah State University, majoring in journalism. A fan and amateur historian of sports, Morton has 12 years of professional newspaper experience. He resides in Layton with his wife, Vicky, and two children.

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LAS VEGAS — Expect a huge comeback season for Utah State quarterback Chuckie Keeton.

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The World Cup is over, and as good as the games have been in Brazil, the fans have been just as interesting.

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