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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Peyton Manning won an unexpected Super Bowl victory Sunday in Super Bowl 50, but he didn't say if this will be his final game or not.
Former Bingham High and University of Utah standout Star Lotulelei didn't have a lot to say after his Carolina Panthers lost to the Denver Broncos Sunday in Super Bowl 50.
One is a 39-year-old on the downward slide of his career, who may be playing in his last football game ever. The other is a 26-year-old who is just hitting his stride, coming off his best season after some ups ...
Former University of Utah All-American and NFL star Luther Elliss is serving as the team chaplain for the Denver Broncos, who will play in Sunday's Super Bowl against the Carolina Panthers.
More than 100 athletes from local colleges and high schools have competed in the Super Bowl over the past 50 years, including several standout performances from the likes of Steve Young, Jim McMahon and Manny F...
Former Utah players Sam Brenner and Brian Blechen will be on the sidelines for Sunday's Super Bowl game — Brenner as a reserve offensive lineman for Denver and Blechen as a practice team player for Caroli...
Former Bingham High and University of Utah standout Star Lotulelei will be right in the middle of the action at Sunday's Super Bowl as a starter on the Carolina Panthers' defensive line.
Three former University of Utah players were among the 100-plus players who were interviewed Monday evening at the SAP Center in San Jose, the kickoff to Super Bowl week.
After watching nearly every Super Bowl for the past 50 years, this will not only be Mike Sorensen's first Super Bowl in person but also his first NFL game.
Utah defensive tackle Lowell Lotulelei will be going to California next week with his family to watch older brother Star play in the Super Bowl at Levi's Stadium on Feb. 7.