Utah forward Jordan Loveridge (21) battles for a rebound against St. Mary's forward Beau Levesque, left, and guard Kerry Carter, right, during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Utah in the first round of the National Invitational Tournament in Moraga, Calif., Tuesday, March 18, 2014. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)

College basketball is over for Utah schools. BYU and Weber State lost in the first round (or second round, depending on how you look at it) of the NCAA tournament, and Utah and Utah Valley lost on the road in the first round of the NIT.

Spring practice has started for college football, but the seasons won't start until the summer is over. So for now, Utah's big college sports are on break, and fans now have to play the waiting game.

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In the last poll, 36 percent said Delon Wright would have the best NBA career of any current Utah college basketball player. 32 percent said Jordan Loveridge and 23 percent said Tyler Haws.

59 percent said Kyle Van Noy would have the best NFL career of any current Utah college football player. 17 percent said Trevor Reilly and 10 percent said Tyler Larsen.

67 percent said that's just BYU being BYU when asked about its latest slogan, “Will over Skill.“

75 percent said no, the Utah Jazz won't make the NBA Finals within the next five years.

77 percent said Jimmer Fredette will have more success in Chicago than he did in Sacramento.

View the latest polls here

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