Both Weber State and Utah have the chance to go 2-0 to start its season, but only one team can achieve that.
Utah is coming off an emotional win over Utah State and an excellent passing game from quarterback Travis Wilson.
As for Weber State, the Cats held on to an early lead to win over Stephen F. Austin in a 50-40 shootout.
The Utes host the Wildcats today at noon, here is a glance at the game.
Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,017)
FieldTurf, Salt Lake City
TV: Pac-12 Networks
Radio: 700 AM, 1430 AM
Weather: Partly cloudy with temperatures in the mid-80s.
For Weber State ... This is the first of back-to-back shots the Wildcats get at bigger brothers Utah and Utah State over the next two weeks.
For Utah ... The Utes are seeking their first 2-0 start to a season since 2010. They haven't won their first two games since joining the Pac-12.
For Weber State ... The Wildcats have lost 25 consecutive games to FBS teams. They're 0-3 against the Utes, including a 37-21 setback in 2008.
For Utah ... The Utes are 35-0 against current members of the Big Sky Conference. They've outscored Weber State 119-44 over three previous meetings.
Weber State will win if ... The Wildcats can find a way to stick around until crunch time. Then it'll likely take a puncher's chance — and then some — to get it done.
Utah will win if ... The Utes don't get caught looking ahead to next week's Pac-12 opener against Oregon State. Even that, though, may not matter all that much.
Utah's passing offense vs. Weber State's defense: Quarterback Travis Wilson's career-best passing game of 311 yards could fall by the wayside against a defense that gave up 450 yards in the air last week to Stephen F. Austin.
Jake Murphy, Utah: Tight ends are expected to be primary targets this week. Murphy had two catches and a score against Utah State.
Weber State: Wide receiver Shaydon Kehano suffered a leg injury in camp and is expected to be out for another three-five weeks. Running back Oran Maxwell will not play after being suspended for fighting in the season opener.
Utah: Starting wide receiver Kenneth Scott is out for the season with a lower leg injury.