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Published: Friday, Aug. 15 2014 3:28 p.m. MDT

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Spokane Ute
Spokane, WA

Utah needs to take the same approach as the Seahawks: Next Man Up!

theDailyObserver
Salt Lake City, Utah

Losing Reggie is a huge blow to a secondary that struggled mightily at times last year. Always seems like there's one or two key injuries every fall camp, or within the first game or two of the season.

I'm still salty about Porter being out for the season. Can't imagine how the team feels.

Here's to hoping someone else steps up in a big way!

gdog3finally
West Jordan, Utah

Utah needs to have their best players healthy. If the Utes can get better fortune and somehow side step the major injury bug from here on out then their odds go way up in striving for a winning season. Doing that will aid recruiting and better depth to come. That is a significant part of developing a program in a big conference. Injuries have been costly in recent years.

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