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Utah football: Spring practice, day 5

Posted Mar 28th - 11:08pm by Robert Jackson

SALT LAKE CITY — And just like that, the Utes are already five practices into spring football.

Mike Grant and I spent a good amount of time watching Coach Shah run drills with the defensive backs, and Keith McGill looked considerably better and was receiving a lot of praise from the former attorney turned coach.

Another standout in the secondary is Eric Rowe, who is separating himself as the defense's number one player.


Utah football: Spring practice, day 4; Utes open softball stadium

Posted Mar 26th - 10:32pm by Robert Jackson

SALT LAKE CITY — What a difference a just few days can make.

On Saturday we watched a practice from a frozen tundra at Rice-Eccles, where receivers dropped pass after pass and the team was rewarded with running wind sprints for the final 45 minutes of practice.

Not only was Monday afternoon warmer, but the players looked significantly sharper out on the field.


Utes Put the Pads On - Day 3 of Spring Camp

Posted Mar 23rd - 11:05pm by Mike Grant

SALT LAKE CITY — You could hear the ooohs and ahhhs from every corner of the field. Travis Wilson dropped back, threw a dart over the middle when a window opened up for Quinton Pedroza after "Q" had burned the defense with the post and BAM!

Eric Rowe, Utah's junior safety was standing at the goal line a walloped Pedroza.

"It's starting to get real physical out there. It's starting to get more competitive." Rowe said. "It's just a huge buildup. Everybody's hyped up ready to hit. The one time they came my way I made an opportunity out of it."


Utah football: Spring practice, day 2

Posted Mar 21st - 7:18pm by Robert Jackson

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utes finished their second spring practice in a chilly Rice-Eccles Stadium.

Just how cold was it? Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham was wearing pants!

The defense appears to be ahead of the offense, which would be typical for only the second practice of the spring. The bright spot from the offense would be the definite improvement in the passing game, with Travis Wilson and Adam Schulz looking sharp at quarterback.


Utah Football Pro Day: Star was a star

Posted Mar 20th - 3:40pm by Mike Grant

SALT LAKE CITY — Today was a much anticipated day, perhaps more than any other pro day in the country, where we finally found out that Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei is exactly who we thought he was - a star.

It was well-documented that Star Lotulelei was unable to work out at the NFL Combine last month in Indianapolis due to a supposed heart condition.

NFL scouts from every NFL team came to Salt Lake City Wednesday morning to see the Utah Pro Day and if Star was worth their team's first round draft pick, or any pick for that matter.


Crimson Corner: UTEcast 3-19

Posted Mar 20th - 10:54am by Mike Grant and Robert Jackson

Big thanks to Justin Dahl @dahlelama for creating our UTEcast logo. Looking for the perfect gift for kids? Check out his Utah Utes ABC book link

Every week we here at the Crimson Corner are teaming up with the InsidetheUtes.com staff to bring you the UTEcast, a podcast focusing on everything Utes.

On this episode we recapped Utah's first day of spring football practice and the Runnin' Utes tournament run in Las Vegas.


Utes kick off spring football practice

Posted Mar 19th - 9:23pm by Mike Grant and Robert Jackson

SALT LAKE CITY — The University of Utah kicked off spring football practice Tuesday afternoon in front of fans and a plethora of media gathered at the Utes practice fields.

The weather was perfect as the Utes' offense under new co-offensive coordinator Dennis Erickson began to take shape.

Back was starting quarterback Travis Wilson, and although he struggled right at the start of practice, he got into the zone and was throwing bullets right on the money. Adam Schultz continued to shine as the best passer of the bunch, while newcomer Brandon Cox turned some heads with his excellent athleticism and his ability to make the correct read on the zone option.


Utah vs. Cal Tournament Preview

Posted Mar 14th - 3:07pm by Mike Grant

LAS VEGAS — One down, one more to go.

The Utah basketball team cannot get ahead themselves. It is time to take Crash Davis' advice and learn the clichés.

Utah has to take this one day at a time, one game at a time.


Utah vs. USC Tournament Preview

Posted Mar 13th - 2:34pm by Mike Grant

LAS VEGAS — Do the Utes have a chance? Yeah they have a chance!

The Utah basketball team is in Las Vegas for the PAC-12 tournament and they're full of confidence and realize that they have nothing to lose. With those two ingredients, plus some momentum from a great weekend, and a USC team in turmoil, that just might equal a win.

The last two games against Oregon State and Oregon were a glimpse of what Utah fans had hoped to see much earlier in the season. Better late than never. They saw a team that they could cheer for; they saw unity; they saw a winner.


Crimson Corner: UTEcast 3-12

Posted Mar 12th - 9:05pm by Mike Grant and Robert Jackson

Big thanks to Justin Dahl @dahlelama for creating our UTEcast logo. Looking for the perfect gift for kids? Check out his Utah Utes ABC book link

Every week we here at the Crimson Corner are teaming up with the InsidetheUtes.com staff to bring you the UTEcast, a podcast focusing on everything Utes.

On this episode talked about the swimming scandal at the University of Utah and previewed the Runnin' Utes and the Pac-12 conference tournament in Las Vegas.


Crimson Corner: UTEcast 3-7

Posted Mar 8th - 11:29am by Mike Grant and Robert Jackson

Big thanks to Justin Dahl @dahlelama for creating our UTEcast logo. Looking for the perfect gift for kids? Check out his Utah Utes ABC book link

Every week we here at the Crimson Corner are teaming up with the InsidetheUtes.com staff to bring you the UTEcast, a podcast focusing on everything Utes.

On this episode we dive into the running back, wide receiver and tight end position group competitions, as well as debate on what kind of athlete you would want to bring into your program.


Crimson Corner: UTEcast 2-28

Posted Mar 1st - 1:08pm by Robert Jackson

Every week we here at the Crimson Corner are teaming up with the InsidetheUtes.com staff to bring you the UTEcast, a podcast focusing on everything Utes.

This week we talk Utah hoops with former Ute Josh Grant, look back at the 2009 recruiting class and what a disaster it turned out to be and continue our look ahead to spring football previewing the quarterback position group.

You can listen to part 1 here:


Runnin' Utes getting a good player in Miller

Posted Feb 27th - 6:00pm by Mike Grant

OGDEN — The Brighton Bengals reached the semifinals Wednesday afternoon by beating the Viewmont Vikings 69-58. Brighton has a good team and senior leadership thanks to Brandon Miller.

Miller has committed to the University of Utah to play basketball, but only after he serves a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Brandon Miller will give the Utes exactly what they need, a local kid that can shoot. Miller is averaging 19.4 PPG and that includes almost three 3-pointers per game. He does all of this while the defense keys in on him. Against the Vikings, Miller went 9-14 from the field and had a game high 26 points.


VIDEO: New football facility will put Utes 'right at the top of the Pac-12'

Posted Feb 22nd - 11:52am by Mike Grant

Remember when the Utes tore down their old facility just a short time ago? The new Utah football facility is going up fast.

Robert Jackson and I are stoked about it and thanks to Director of Football Operations Jeff Rudy and the Utah football program, we went on a tour. We hope you are as excited as we are about it.

"This will put us right at the top of the Pac-12, in some aspects in the top of the country," Jeff Rudy said.


Crimson Corner: UTEcast 2-21

Posted Feb 22nd - 9:55am by Mike Grant and Robert Jackson

Every week we here at the Crimson Corner are teaming up with the InsidetheUtes.com staff to bring you the UTEcast, a podcast focusing on everything Utes.

This episode focuses in on the state of Utah football, what co-offensive coordinator Dennis Erickson brings to the table, the offensive and defensive line position groups, as well as a preview at who will be in the starting lineup for the 2013-14 Runnin' Utes.

You can listen to part 1 here:


Erickson: '(Kyle) just wants us to score touchdowns'

Posted Feb 20th - 7:10pm by Robert Jackson

SALT LAKE CITY — Dennis Erickson is no stranger to college football or coaching offenses.

Known as one of the original architects of the spread offense, the 23 year head coaching veteran was introduced to the media as the co-offensive coordinator for the Utes at a press conference at the University of Utah Wednesday.

"It's a pleasure to be here and have an opportunity to work with Kyle and the coaching staff, who I've gotten to spend some time with over the last three days," Erickson said.


Crimson Corner: UTEcast 2-13

Posted Feb 14th - 12:28pm by Mike Grant and Robert Jackson

Every week we here at the Crimson Corner are teaming up with the InsidetheUtes.com staff to bring you the UTEcast, a podcast focusing on everything Utes.

We talked about Utah's win over Arizona State, football recruiting and the Dennis Erickson hire - was it a good move for the Utes, and what does it mean for Brian Johnson?

You can listen to part 1 here:


Utah basketball: Hard to rebuild when foundation keeps changing

Posted Feb 12th - 3:39pm by Robert Jackson

SALT LAKE CITY — "Should I stay or should I go?"

Change is continuously occurring everywhere around us. You have the good types of change, like meeting a girl that you just can't take your mind off of, spending all hours of the night talking about random sports stats, as well as your hopes, dreams and aspirations.

Then there are the bad types of change - the kind that make you long for the "good old days".


Utes hire Dennis Erickson as co-offensive coordinator

Posted Feb 11th - 7:15pm by Robert Jackson

SALT LAKE CITY — If you were ever disappointed in watching Utah's offense during its discouraging 5-7 campaign in 2012, it turns out you probably weren't alone.

The Utes finished 108th in total offense, managing a meager 324 yards per game in their second go-round in Pac-12 play.

In 2013, the Utes aren't taking any more chances.


Crimson Corner: UTEcast 2-6

Posted Feb 7th - 3:20pm by Mike Grant and Robert Jackson

Every week we here at the Crimson Corner are teaming up with the InsidetheUtes.com staff to bring you the UTEcast, a podcast focusing on everything Utes.

On this edition of the UTEcast we focused on Utah's 2013 signing class, breaking down each player and give you our top picks for each position group as potential breakout players. We also bring on Pac-12 recruiting expert Annabel Stephan (@AnnabelStephan).

You can listen to part 1 here:


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