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Game Preview: Utah vs. Michigan

September 2, 2015

The Utes kick off their 2015 season Thursday at Rice-Eccles Stadium against Michigan, and then the long wait will officially be over. The highly-anticipated game is sold out, and players and coaches are eager to get back on the field, but not all for the same reasons. Linebacker Jared Norris is looki...

Spotlight: Jason Whittingham making most of Senior Year

September 1, 2015

Senior Jason Whittingham hopes to accomplish everything possible in the last first game of his collegiate career. Whittingham has always been dedicated to training, whether it is spring camp, fall camp or in-season practices. But this year he is stepping it up even more. In addition to the current football...

Football: Utes Ready to Face Michigan in Season Opener

August 31, 2015

Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham has seen Kendal Thompson and Chase Hansen bring their best to the table, but Travis Wilson was ultimately able to edge the two out for the starting position. At the same time, he admits it was a close race. It comes down to throwing the ball better to relieve some of...

Brenneisen: Summer league can be beneficial for players new to the NBA

July 10, 2015

NBA summer league may seem ridiculous to some players, just as pre-season in the NFL can be, but it’s an important stepping stone for rookies and those still adjusting to the elite level. Even I will admit, I used to think summer league was a waste of time and that it didn’t amount to anyth...

The Great Debate: Timberwolve’s Choice

The Great Debate: Timberwolve’s Choice

June 25, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text] Karl-Anthony Towns is everything Minnesota needs to replace Kevin Love The Minnesota Timberwolves need to make the best choice when it comes to their No. 1 draft pick on Thursday. They are desperately in need of a big man. Not only are they looking for a strong force on the inside, but they also need someone who can drain a three pointer, when necessary. They need Karl-Anthony Towns. Minnesota was dealt a hard blow when Kevin Love left to join LeBron James in Cleveland in hopes of pursuing a title. Ever since Love left as a free agent, the Timberwolve...

Intramural Sports are Fun for Everyone Involved

Intramural Sports are Fun for Everyone Involved

June 18, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Not everyone is good enough to play sports at the collegiate level, nor does everyone want to, what with the added pressure to compete and the intense practice schedules that come along with being a college athlete. However, one thing that most students love to be involved in is intramural sports with the Campus Recre...

Brenneisen: Take Advantage of Cheap Sporting Events While You Can

Brenneisen: Take Advantage of Cheap Sporting Events While You Can

June 18, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]What’s one thing that most college students do not have a lot of, if any at all? Money. Ask anyone. Every thrifty college student looking for entertainment should spend some of that sparse money on going to Utah sporting events, rather than, say, a movie. Utah sports ar...

Brenneisen: Warriors’ Depth Too Much for Cavs’ One-Man Show

Brenneisen: Warriors’ Depth Too Much for Cavs’ One-Man Show

June 12, 2015

Golden State’s motto “Strength in Numbers” has proven to be true after dropping Andrew Bogut out of the starting lineup and winning Game 4 of the NBA Finals. The Warriors will continue to display how it takes an entire team to win versus one player carrying the entire weight, a la LeBron Jame...

Ranked teams from 2014-15 athletic year show Utah’s success in Pac-12 transition

Ranked teams from 2014-15 athletic year show Utah’s success in Pac-12 transition

May 29, 2015

The 2014-15 athletic year was a successful one for Utah, as seven teams ranked in the top 25 of their respective sport at some point in their season -- basketball, gymnastics, ski, volleyball, men’s swimming, football and softball. “We had a lot of success this year and we’re happy for our student...

Track and field: Utes ready to compete at Pac-12 Championships

Track and field: Utes ready to compete at Pac-12 Championships

May 16, 2015

The Utah track and field team hopes it can make improvements heading into the Pac-12 Championships in Los Angeles this weekend. Assistant coach Pete Herber is looking forward to this weekend’s events, especially considering some of the talent the Utes will be going up against. “We’re pretty excited to go...

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