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Spotlight: Kenneth Scott leads Utah Football in his final season

September 17, 2015

Utah wideout Kenneth Scott is not your ordinary leader. He is the type of leader who knows something about every other player on the roster, all 118 of them. He leads by example and has the admiration of his entire team and coaching staff. As a senior, Scott has been able to focus more on himself and...

Utes come together as a family in wake of shooting

September 14, 2015

Over the weekend, two Utah football players, Marcel Brooks-Brown and Lo Falemaka, were involved in a shooting. Subsequently, players and coaches have come together as a family. Although the two players were not necessarily stars for Utah, it is a loss every player and coach is coping with. Head coach...

Football: Superior second half performance gives Utes the win vs. Aggies

September 11, 2015

There was a shoot-out in the first half, but it was all Utah in the second. The Utes walked away with a 24-14 win against in-state foe Utah State.At halftime, both teams had recorded two touchdowns, making the score even at 14. Utah needed a wake-up call after their first-half performance, and that's exac...

Game Preview: Utah vs. Utah State

September 11, 2015

This Friday night, Utah will play Utah State, its only in-state opponent this season, in the second game of the 2015 campaign. After a win against Michigan, the Utes are more confident in their ability to pull out a win, even if they are not at their best. Head coach Kyle Whittingham thinks the little...

Covey making Big Impact, Looking Forward to USU Game

September 10, 2015

Utah slot receiver Britain Covey is already making his mark as a Ute, and he’s only played one game. But in that one game, he was able to catch everyone’s attention and has a promising career ahead of him at Utah. When Utah played Michigan in the season opener, Covey nearly made it into the endzone....

On the Other Sideline: Seven Questions with The Utah Statesman

September 10, 2015

Utah is hosting Utah State this Friday night in a much-anticipated rivalry game, which is also their only in-state opponent this season. The Utah Chronicle sat down with Kalen Taylor, football beat writer and sports editor for The Utah Statesman, to get the inside scoop on the Aggies and what Utah fan...

Utes prepare for USU, Hatfield Reinstated

September 8, 2015

Following their opening game win on Thursday, the Utes are now focusing all of their energy toward Friday night, when they will play Utah State at home. Utah made its fair share of mistakes against Michigan and will be working on correcting them this week. Utah State beat Southern Utah 12-9 last week,...

Utes follow BYU loss with 2-1 victory at San Diego

September 6, 2015

Bounce-Back win: After starting the season strong, and just two days after Utah lost at No. 9 BYU, the Utes rebounded to pull out a 2-1 road win at San Diego on Sunday. All three of the goals came in the second half, with Utah scoring the first two of the game. Although the Utes almost lost their edge t...

Cross country: Utes ready to kick off season at Utah State Open

September 5, 2015

The Utah cross country team is competing in Logan on Saturday for the Utah State Open and hopes to start off the season on a high note. Head coach Kyle Kepler views this meet more as a trial to see where younger runners are in comparison to other schools and so that they can get their first collegiat...

Pick Six Powers the Utes past Michigan, 24-17

September 3, 2015

The Utes won their home-opener against Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan squad 24-17 in a game that was certainly no “cupcake” for either team. When Utah's Andy Phillips missed his second field-goal from beyond 40 yards in the fourth quarter, Michigan looked poised to make the most of the no-score. Then,...

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