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Laura Seitz, Deseret News
Utah Utes forward Chris Reyes (20) and Utah Utes forward Jakob Poeltl (42) celebrate during the first half if the game against Arizona at the Huntsman Center at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016.

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In this week's episode, DeseretNews.com writers Carter Williams and Brandon Judd discuss Utah men's basketball's six-game winning streak, BYU basketball's trip to Las Vegas and BYU football's start of spring camp.

Utah MBB & Pac-12 — 2:30 mark

A look into how Utah has won six straight and 11 of 13. The argument is also made on why Jakob Poeltl could be Pac-12 player of the year, as the sophomore center enters the week leading the conference in player efficiency rating and field goal percentage, while second in scoring and third in rebounding.

In addition, Utah men's basketball coach Larry Krystkowiak talks about spending the final week of the season preparing for Colorado and the Pac-12 tournament.

"This isn't about winning the (regular season) conference title, it's about being prepared for Las Vegas and trying to do some of our work early," Krystkowiak said. "It appears as if we'll play Thursday (and) it could be a variety of people. We're going to divvy up the staff and teams and make sure we have a handle on what teams are doing."

BYU MBB and WCC tourney preview — 26:05 mark

Diving into BYU basketball headed to Las Vegas and Kyle Collinsworth winning the player of the year in the conference. Williams and Judd also make their WCC tournament predictions.

BYU FB — 36:33 mark

With BYU spring football underway, Judd talks about Jamaal Williams and Taysom Hill returning to practice, as well as the status of center Tejan Koroma. In addition, hear from Hill and head coach Kalani Sitake as they prepare for the 2016 season.

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