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Published: Monday, Sept. 16 2013 10:55 p.m. MDT

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2013 Ute Seniors SWEEP byU 4-0
Ogden, UT

Utah has won the recruiting battle head to head AND Average stars every year since our Pac 12 invite.

And we're 3-0 on the field during that time as well.

Coincidence?

Nope!

StGtoSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Speaking of recruiting, Utah secured a commitment from Miami WR Brandon Snell, a Louisville commit last year that decided to reopen his recruitment last summer. Lots of speed and quickness to go with return skills, and was described by many to be a gem and very underrated prospect out of the 2012 class.

ekute
Layton, UT

The priority should be to get the best instate recruits, not the most.

DaveKnowsWhatsUp
Bloomington, IN

They have to focus in-state because what major west coast recruits are going to go to doormat Utah when they can play for a team who will actually make it to a bowl game in the next decade? and you guys think you're respected...

Wookie
Omaha, NE

My comment has to do with the defense. I am struggling with the defensive scheming by the U or lack thereof. I think Sitake needs to stunt more on the defensive line, corner blitz (cause the can't cover at times) and find some linebackers who will hit the hole before the RB does. I haven't seen any scheming that would cause a QB to question formations and routes. They pick what they want. Also, I am not certain I trust Whit when he says he has faith in Sitake. Remember Whit also said the offensive line was the strenth of the team and d-line was the most talented. I have yet to see proof of either.

Go UTES!!

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