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Brad Rock
Brad Rock, a.k.a. "Rockmonster," has been a sports columnist at the Deseret News since 1994. Prior to that he worked as a beat writer, covering the Utah Jazz (1990-94). He has covered the Super Bowl, NCAA Final Four, NBA Finals, world title fights and the Olympics. Rock's career began at the Gallup (NM) Independent. He has won dozens of local and national writing awards and has authored three books. His experience includes writing articles for numerous national publications, as well as syndicated radio advertising copy. He has also taught sports writing for five years on the major university level.

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Gordon Hayward had good stats, but shooting wasn't included. The coach says it's far too early to worry. But for Jazz fans, it's hard not to.
But plan on them being better from the perimeter as Quin Snyder's offense takes hold.
Also, Utah State football has a taste of the best ... er, worst ... er, most extreme.
Utes get bowl-eligible as their offense gets going down the stretch in a big victory over USC Saturday.
RSL heads for the playoffs as a model franchise, while Chivas reportedly awaits disbanding.
Former big man sets out on path to spread the good word, as team works to rebuild its reputation.
Also, a weight management plan everyone can get behind.
For those who just have to know what’s ahead, mapping every move, don’t look to the Utes for answers. They have their meal ticket: running back Devontae Booker. They just don’t have a for-sure...
Brian Johnson joined Dan Mullen to make history at Mississippi State. A national championship isn't out of the question.
Also, a new take on the formerly predictable Gordon Hayward.