Mike Sorensen
Mike Sorensen has covered sports at the Deseret News since 1979. He has covered golf his entire career and nearly every sport you can think of, but for the past 15 years his main beats have been college football and college basketball. He also writes a weekly column that appears on Mondays. Mike has won numerous writing awards both locally and nationally, more than 20 in the past decade alone. He lives in Salt Lake City with his wife, Connie, and they are the parents of four terrific children and have one remarkable grandchild. His father, Parry, was a beloved professor at the University of Utah for more than 40 years.

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Enes Kanter, who was traded from the Utah Jazz to Oklahoma City in February, had few good things to say about his time in Utah and said he's much more happy with the Thunder.
Scouts and coaches from the NFL were on hand at the University of Utah Thursday to watch 15 Ute players participate in the annual Pro Day.
After a stretch of 11 wins in 13 games, the Utah Jazz have lost four of five and will try to get back on the winning track Friday night in Denver.
The Jazz lost for the fourth time in five games following a six-game winning streak and fell to 31-40 on the season.
Australian Mark Philippoussis edged Andre Agassi in the finals of the PowerShares tennis event Tuesday night at the Huntsman Center.
The Utah Jazz didn't have Gordon Hayward and it showed as they lost to the woeful Minnesota TImberwolves 106-104 in overtime Monday night.
Andre Agassi will headline the cast of players at the Huntsman Center for the PowerShares Series tennis circuit Tuesday night.
The Utah Jazz stayed with league-best Golden State Saturday night for much of the game before losing and now face the Minnesota Timberwolves Monday at home.
Eight-time major tennis champion Andre Agassi will return to play tennis in Utah for the first time in 25 years when he competes in the PowerShares tennis circuit at the Huntsman Center.
Greg Miller, who stepped down as Jazz CEO earlier in the week, said he's already feeling more relaxed and excited about the team's future.