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Carter Williams
Carter Williams is a sports writer at DeseretNews.com. He hails from Rochester, N.Y. and spends most of his time Tweeting sports and researching sabermetrics.

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Almost immediately after the final horn rang out in Utah’s 83-41 win over Arizona State Thursday night, a few fans braved the below-freezing temperatures for prime seating when the No. 13 Utah basketball ...
No. 13 Utah blocked 10 Arizona State shots in the first half and forced 10 turnovers too. The Runnin' Utes shot 63 percent and led by 32 points at the half, but what really caught the players' attentions at hal...
For many die-hard basketball fans in the west, Saturday has been circled on the calendar for weeks. It's a night that could be crucial in deciding a few conferences, including who will host one conference tourn...
DeseretNews.com Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans talk about college basketball and what it may take for some of the western teams on the bubble to make the NCAA Tournament
Utah and Arizona will be in the tournament. Everyone else in the conference is a question mark or out. The same can be said for Gonzaga in the West Coast Conference and San Diego State in the Mountain West Conf...
The college game is a tough transition for most freshmen and Utah center Jakob Poeltl is no exception to that. However, the 7-foot Austrian is healthy and it's starting to show as the conference season winds do...
When Jakob Poeltl fell into foul trouble, Dallin Bachynski stepped up in Utah's 75-59 win over Stanford on Thursday.
KFAN's Lauren Rose Spencer joins DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans to talk all things Utah Jazz, including MVPs, most surprising and disappointing players of the first half.
What has been Utah's key to success this season? Head coach Larry Krystkowiak narrowed that down to just one word on Monday.
It was another bad week for teams in the west to play on the road, in general, but a great week for teams that could capitalize on home court.