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When Should the Rivalry be Played?

When Should the Rivalry be Played?

By Carra McManamon and Scott Funk

September 5, 2017

Tipping the Traditions of College Football By Scott Funk The Holy War is a competition that every person in the state of Utah looks forward to. It’s a matchup that constantly entertains. When do we desire that entertainment the most? After conference play, is it nice to end the season with a riv...

Volleyball: No. 22 Utah Headed to Hawaii

Volleyball: No. 22 Utah Headed to Hawaii

By Carra McManamon

August 31, 2017

The No. 22 ranked University of Utah Volleyball (2-1) team is heading to Hawaii to play in the Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic for matches on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Head coach Beth Launiere is looking forward to is her team being able to play in the volleyball arena and the atmosphere...

Volleyball: Utes Finish 2-1 in Bluegrass Battle

Volleyball: Utes Finish 2-1 in Bluegrass Battle

By Carra McManamon

August 30, 2017

This past weekend, the University of Utah volleyball team was in Lexington, Kentucky competing in the Bluegrass Battle. The Utes went 2-1 on the weekend, as they faced Cincinnati, No. 14 Kentucky and Arkansas State. Utah opened its weekend against the Bearcats on Friday, and outside hitter, Adora...

Cross Country: Crook Understands Importance of a Rocky Trail

Cross Country: Crook Understands Importance of a Rocky Trail

By Carra McManamon

August 23, 2017

Redemption is on Shaylen Crook's mind as she enters her senior season with the University of Utah cross country team. Crook has a new outlook on things this year, and is ready to make personal improvements with hopes to have her best season yet. "Over the years, I’ve had ups and downs," Crook said....

Pletcher Soaking Up Final Year as a Ute

Pletcher Soaking Up Final Year as a Ute

By Carra McManamon

August 23, 2017

For many students, college can be the best years of their life, and that's how Margo Pletcher of the University of Utah women's tennis team feels. As she enters her senior year, she has mixed feelings about the end drawing near. She is looking forward to the future and what it holds, but when the time...

Make or Break: Things to Watch out for in Utah Football

Make or Break: Things to Watch out for in Utah Football

By Carra McManamon

August 16, 2017

With a new season approaching, there are five things to watch this 2017 season that will play a role in determining how far the team can make it this year. 1. A new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach With the hiring of Troy Taylor this past offseason, the Utah offense will have a diff...

Troy Taylor Looks to Bring Some High-Flying Offense to Utah Football

Troy Taylor Looks to Bring Some High-Flying Offense to Utah Football

By Carra McManamon

July 13, 2017

For quite some time, the University of Utah football team has relied heavily on its defense and run game to win games. It’s something that head coach Kyle Whittingham is known for — it has been the bread and butter of the program. This upcoming season though, with the hiring of offensive coordinator...

Sports Can Lead to Off-Field Success

Sports Can Lead to Off-Field Success

By Carra McManamon

June 14, 2017

The University of Utah athletics department set a school record this past spring when the athletic teams combined for a 3.165 GPA. What’s even more striking is that the 19 sports have earned above a 3.0 total GPA for 22 consecutive semesters. Being successful in the classroom is just as important,...

Henry-Cole Looking to Make Impact with Utes

Henry-Cole Looking to Make Impact with Utes

By Carra McManamon

April 28, 2017

Hard work and being humble have allowed Devonta’e Henry-Cole to be where he is now, but his goals are much bigger than just getting some playing time on the field. He once wanted to be the next Devontae Booker, but now he wants his own signs in the crowd. Henry-Cole has proved himself to be a dominate...

Hansen Prides Himself on the Team, Not Himself

Hansen Prides Himself on the Team, Not Himself

By Carra McManamon

April 11, 2017

When Chase Hansen made the switch from quarterback to safety, nobody knew just how dominate he was going to be. In 2016, Hansen wreaked havoc on opposing offensives. The expectations and goals he has for himself and the team are even higher in 2017. “For myself, I do have a lot of expectations,”...

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