Tom Smart, Deseret News
Utah Utes wide receiver Dres Anderson (6) barely misses a catch as Brigham Young Cougars defensive back Preston Hadley defends during the first half as the University of Utah and BYU play football Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

PROVO — A week of smack-talking, pranks and rivalry jokes is gone — rivalry gameday has finally arrived for football fans.

Utah will visit LaVell Edwards Stadium, where they hold a 3-2 advantage over BYU in games played since 2003.

BYU is looking to find the holes through the Utes defensive line and quarterback Taysom Hill will need an even more prominent performance than his 259 rushing yards against Texas.

Here are the stakes, trends and other keys to the rivalry matchup.