Carter Williams
Carter Williams is a sports writer at 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 Utes kickoff their 2014 schedule next week and when the season starts, Utah will have a three-headed force running the football. Troy McCormick, though, adds the "home run" speed.
While most of the focus has been on the quarterback competition, wide receiver Tim Patrick rose from a man clouded with mystery at the start of camp two weeks ago to a starter on the updated depth chart.
BYU alums Taylor Cole and Jaycob Brugman had big weeks in helping their respective clubs reach the playoffs, while a former Olympian with Utah ties received his first minor league promotion.
With less than two weeks until the regular season opener, the Utes' secondary is learning to move on after losing starting corner Reggie Porter for the season.
Utah quarterback Kendal Thompson is feeling more comfortable with his new team. He's also set to go "live" this week, which will allow him to showcase more of his dual-threat capabilities.
BYU alum Jaycob Brugman has hit quite the stretch in the advanced Single-A California League, while Utah alum Tyler Wagner was named the Milwaukee Brewers' minor league pitcher for the month of July.
The Utes opened camp without two of their expected starters, but sophomore linebacker Uaea Masina is ready to fill the void.
After his baseball career ended in the minors, Wallace Gonzalez is switching to football, catching passes and praise from Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham after two days at the Utes’ fall camp.
Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham admitted he has his eye on the quarterback competition and seeing where that goes. Whoever lands the job, Whittingham said he believes that quarterback will have a quality group...
Two-time former Mr. Baseball in Utah Marcus Littlewood extended his hit streak to 11 games with a single on Sunday, while former Ute Tyler Wagner is now 7-0, while holding a 0.52 ERA over his last eight starts.