UteLinks: Charles Thompson talks to 1320 KFAN about his son Kendal


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  • ArgoFY Salt Lake City, Utah
    April 3, 2014 12:45 p.m.

    I'm hoping that KT is the answer at quarterback. He seems like the best fit for DC's offense. Through this spring, and with much of what Utah fans saw last fall, I'm not overly impressed with Travis Wilson's decision making. Even in the highlight films from spring scrimmages, Wilson completely stares down his receivers, and doesn't go through his progressions very well. He also liberally throws into double (and in the byu game quadruple) coverage, which means a higher likelihood for interceptions to begin with. Add that in with the hot-potato game the receivers were playing last year, and the result is what we saw with interceptionfest '13. I know Travis has the most game time experience, but that doesn't mean much if he's not up to par to make good decisions with the football. One thing I've always liked about Utah football is the mentality the coaches have with the players. Whit has said in the past, 'it doesn't matter if you've been in the program 5 minutes or 5 years, the best players are going to play.' Let's hope he means it in this case.