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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The BYU Cougars have added a retouched version of a classic logo to its repertoire, and it could be appearing on gear soon.
DeseretNews.com writer Brandon Judd joins fellow DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans to talk about former BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy's first few games in the NFL and how he's doi...
Utah quarterback Travis Wilson credits the support from his family and his high school coaches during his struggles this season, but also his teammate Kenneth Scott during his struggles during the middle of the...
A review of how the No. 23 Utah Utes defeated Stanford Saturday night, along with who stood out, a deep look at the stats and a brief preview of Utah's upcoming game with No. 14 Arizona.
With the college basketball season tipping off Friday, OregonLive.com sports producer Sean Meagher conducted a question and answer with Utes guard Delon Wright and his brother, Dorell Wright, who plays for the ...
The BYU women's basketball team opened at No. 1 and the men's team opened at No. 4 in the initial College Insider Mid-Major Top 25 rankings released on Tuesday.
Deseret News sports writer Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans discuss the Kaelin Clay fumble and moving on from it, as well as the upcoming hoops seasons for BYU and Utah.
Utah Utes head coach Kyle Whittingham said Monday he intends to visit Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown, who remains in a Salt Lake City hospital following a nasty right leg injury that he suffered in the fourth q...
Luke Falk, who starred at Logan High just two years ago, turned heads in his first collegiate start, in which the freshman and former walk-on, led Washington State to a 39-32 victory over Oregon State.
Toronto Raptors forward James Johnson "posterized" BYU alumnus and Philadelphia 76ers forward Brandon Davies with a dunk that sent waves through social media Sunday evening.