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Utah cornerback Justin Thomas made the play that decided the game, while Michigan players agree the Wolverines failed to capitalize on Thursday.
Making it to the majors is an accomplishment, but sticking there is another. Plenty of those who played this season between Los Angeles and Salt Lake have gotten appearances here and there, but get a completely...
All eyes are on Utah vs. Michigan as the regular season begins Thursday for teams in the state of Utah. However, BYU opens at Nebraska and Utah State opens with an in-state battle.
Former Weber State basketball standout Damian Lillard is now gaining acclaim as a rapper, which is how he built friendships in college that still hold strong, even as he has risen to become one of the more reco...
Former BYU pitcher Jeremy Guthrie understands why he was moved out of the starting rotation, while former Ute Tyler Wagner extended his scoreless streak.
While other portions of Utah’s game have various degrees of experience, most of the Utes special teams is back, with two newcomers gunning for return specialist duties.
Utah’s secondary looks to continue success from last season, which included five of the Utes’ 12 interceptions last season and four total defensive touchdowns while holding opponents to 246 total ya...
Utah’s linebacking corps is the one Ute position group likely to foster the most energy and leadership this season. It comes in with one of the most experienced linebacking groups in the nation.
Most of the origin of the “Sack Lake City” movement came from the fear Utah’s defensive line placed on opposing backfield last year. Can Utah do it again this year?
With Dres Anderson and Kaelin Clay graduated and three true freshmen likely to play in their places, the biggest question mark in Utah’s offense heading into the 2015 season is the receiving corps.