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Published: Friday, June 20 2014 6:25 p.m. MDT

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Samurai Jake
Salt Lake City, UT

Coach K and the Runnin' Utes will contend for PAC 12 glory. BANZAI!!

Murray, UT

The Tribune is reporting that the game scheduled for November 18th is vs San Diego State on the road with a return date next year at the Huntsman. Coach K has this program going places.

East Salt Lake City, Utah

Upgrade in non-conference schedule matches the upgrade in talent. Just as planned three years ago.


Richmond, VA

Definitely a big non conference schedule upgrade from last year for the Utes! Hope they do well in all their games except when they go to Provo!

Here's wishing them luck this year!

George McFly
Hilldale, CA

@Go Big Blue!!!

I'd be trying to forget about that 17 point embarrassment last year too.

Go Utes.

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

In comparing Utah's 2 programs, I like the direction of the basketball team much more than that of the football team. I see a possible coaching change coming soon. Coach K is more than safe and is reviving a once great program that's been down as of late. On the other hand, KWhitt . . .

Good luck, Utes.

Las Vegas, NV

Sporting News ranked Utah 21 in it's 2014/2015 preseason rankings. Coach K is doing it right!

Go Utes! Utah Man Sir!

Murray, UT

wow....well first off grats to utes for actually scheduling an away game in the pre-season this year, (guess they learned their lesson at lil ole St. Mary's last year). Secondly, ROFL, ok same oh same oh cookie schedule, (for the most part) here we go again. Let's see North Dakota St., Carroll, (women's school?) Alabama St., Texas Pan-American, (not sure about this game, might be tough for them ;) and U.C. Riverside. What I am glad to see is some decent home and away games. Think the staff has learned, 24-10 won't get you in the dance if you have the WORST schedule in Div I Basketball. Better to be 20-14 or 19-15 and have proven yourself.

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