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Going, Going, Global: American Sports Around the World

Going, Going, Global: American Sports Around the World

By Zach Janis

March 24, 2019

  International sports have served many roles in the United States, but what doesn’t get enough attention is that sports has an international presence. The ability of sports to reach international stages and translate across the vast array of languages, customs and cultures is a unique qualit...

Utah Falls to Oregon in Pac-12 Quarterfinal

Utah Falls to Oregon in Pac-12 Quarterfinal

By Zach Janis and Brayden Ramsay

March 15, 2019

  In what can only be described as “the usual,” the University of Utah men’s basketball team fell to the University of Oregon and out of the Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament, 66-54. After earning a first-round bye, the No. 3 University of Utah men’s basketball team took on the No. 6...

Utes Set to Take on Oregon in Pac-12 Tournament Opener

Utes Set to Take on Oregon in Pac-12 Tournament Opener

By Tony Kar

March 14, 2019

  With the Utah Utes winning their last game of the season against the UCLA Bruins, they have been set to be the No. 3 seed for the Pac-12 Tournament. The Utes had the opportunity to sit back and relax this week as they earned themselves a first-round bye. Now, with No. 6 Oregon defeating No....

Runnin’ Utes Finish Up Regular Season with Win Over UCLA Bruins

Runnin’ Utes Finish Up Regular Season with Win Over UCLA Bruins

By Tony Kar

March 10, 2019

  The University of Utah Runnin' Utes finished up their 2018-2019 Regular Season with a 92-81 win on their home-court against the UCLA Bruins. Utah finished with an overall record of 17-13, while their record against Pac-12 opponents has improved to 11-7. Meanwhile, UCLA fell to a disappointing...

Runnin’ Utes Take Down Trojans in Crucial Home Matchup

Runnin’ Utes Take Down Trojans in Crucial Home Matchup

By Tony Kar

March 8, 2019

  The Runnin' Utes picked up a much-needed win against the USC Trojans, 83-74, improving their overall record to 16-13, while their record in Pac-12 play has improved to 10-7. Parker Van Dyke led the way, scoring 20 points while knocking down six of Utah's 11 three-point shots. Timmy Allen...

Should I Stay or Should I Go?: The Game-Day Experience

Should I Stay or Should I Go?: The Game-Day Experience

By Casey Overfield and Zach Janis

March 7, 2019

Overfield: A Live Game Can't Be Beat Attending sports games has been a staple of American entertainment for many generations. With the rise of television and social media, however, the novelty of attending a game has disappeared since games have become more available in our homes. Streaming service...

Runnin’ Utes to Finish Up Regular Season Against SoCal Foes

Runnin’ Utes to Finish Up Regular Season Against SoCal Foes

By Tony Kar

March 7, 2019

  After falling short to the Colorado Buffaloes in their last game, the University of Utah men's basketball team will return to Salt Lake City to wrap up their regular season against both UCLA and USC before spring break. In their last game with Colorado, the Utes were able to keep pace throughout...

Men’s Basketball Loses Defensive Battle with Colorado

Men’s Basketball Loses Defensive Battle with Colorado

By Zach Janis

March 3, 2019

  In a relatively low-scoring affair that stuck to the script, the Colorado Buffaloes were just too much for the University of Utah men’s basketball team to handle and they paid the price with a 71-63 road loss. In their final regular-season game away from the Jon M. Huntsman Center, the Ut...

Runnin’ Utes Take the Win Against USC, 77-70

Runnin’ Utes Take the Win Against USC, 77-70

By Tony Kar

February 8, 2019

  The Runnin' Utes picked up a much needed win, as they defeated the USC Trojans 77-70, which has improved their overall record to 12-10 and league play record to 6-4. Freshman Both Gach led the way with scoring 15 points, while Jayce Johnson was able to chip his third double-double of the...

Forging a Path to the Court: Former Ute Misaka Wataru, First Player of Color in the NBA

Forging a Path to the Court: Former Ute Misaka Wataru, First Player of Color in the NBA

By Casey Overfield

February 5, 2019

  The history of minorities in professional sports goes back many years. The struggles that athletes of color have endured over the years was tough, yet the legacy that these players have left are what have truly shaped the world of professional sports. When you think of athletes of color througho...

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