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Gearing the Utes up for Michigan

By By Tony Pizza, Sports Editor August 29, 2008

As the U football team's equipment manager, Kelly Sharitt and his assistant Chris Hawkes are responsible for ensuring that each of the 71 players and 30 members of the coaching staff have everything they need for road games.

Utes prepare to do it big in Michigan

By By Chris Kamrani, Asst. Sports Editor August 29, 2008

The Utes are one impressive road victory away from crashing Michigan's open-house party, and it could spell a sign of things to come.

Pappas: U will crash “Big House” party

By By Nick Pappas August 27, 2008

More than their on-field Michigan opponents, the U must defeat a crowd of 111,000 fans spitting golden bile this Saturday. The Wolverines will be looking to not only beat the Utes, but also avenge a loss that occurred one year earlier.

Utes looks to crash another Michigan ‘house’ party

Following an extremely displeasing season to Michigan football standards8212;three home losses, most painfully to rival Ohio State8212; Wolverine fans might be biting their lips in anticipation for the Utes.

Michigan looking to start 2009 on different note

With the opening day matchup between Michigan and Utah less than a week away, both teams have been preparing for the season in hopes of starting out on the right foot.

Camp ends, attention on opener

To attempt to sum up the way the U football team ended fall camp, compared to the way it started, one could simply use the cliche, "night and day."

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