Carter Williams
Carter Williams is a sports writer at DeseretNews.com. He is a 2013 graduate of Southern Utah University, where he spent time as Editor-in-Chief at SUU's student newspaper, the University Journal, and two years as the Sports Director at SUU News. Carter grew up in Rochester, N.Y. and spends most of his time Tweeting sports and researching sabermetrics.

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A look at how the Utes thwarted the possible upset in Corvallis, Oregon, Thursday night, defeating Oregon State, 29-23, in double overtime.
Deseret News beat writer Dirk Facer answers questions about the Utah quarterback battle, Tevin Carter's injury status and how the Utes match up with Oregon State on Thursday.
DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans discuss the quarterback battle at Utah, what makes fans tick and if college athletes should profit off themselves.
Kansas City is turning the ball over to former BYU pitcher Jeremy Guthrie, who will make his postseason debut in ALCS Game 3 on Monday.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Arizona State football team is doing its part to raise awareness and put a stop to domestic violence.
ESPN's Eamonn Brennan ranked the top college basketball court designs on Thursday, and Utah's Jon M. Huntsman Center ranks in the top 10 in the country.
The intriguing quarterback battle that entertained Ute fans in fall camp is back as Utah football released its updated roster on Thursday, with Kendal Thompson and Travis Wilson listed as co-starters.
DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans discuss how BYU moves on from its loss last week, Utah's re-opened quarterback battle and many more topics in the world of sports.
The Utes rebounded in a big way Saturday night, upsetting No. 8/9 UCLA on a late field goal and surviving a last-second field goal in the Rose Bowl.
The first pitch of Major League Baseball Divisional Series will be thrown Thursday night. The ceremonial first pitch in baseball is a grand tradition, but sometimes it doesn't go as well as planned.