August 29th cannot come soon enough. Utah football get its chance to avenge last season's overtime loss to Utah State.
Crimson Capsules: Utah’s first-world problems, Alex Smith in the pistol, and Utes football has a great future
Landon Hemsley, Ksl.com Contributor | posted May 17th - 12:49am
The Utes are in the midst of a spending spree. Too bad that they'll get all-new facilities and can actually afford them. Alex Smith is learning aspects of the pistol offense and right now it appears Gaige Weddle is the hope of the future.
Mike Grant | posted May 16th - 1:51pm
There are four running backs on the Utah roster that have a chance to play this fall. One of those is Karl Williams who took the road less traveled.
Mike Grant | posted May 16th - 1:40pm
Eric Weddle is on the road promoting his book "No Excuses, No Regrets" and his son Gaige stole the show.
Mike Grant and Robert Jackson | posted May 16th - 9:45am
This week we talked with safeties coach Morgan Scalley, the latest Ute commit WR Raelon Singleton out of Texas and FOX Sports national recruiting expert Greg Biggins, as well as previewed the Utes first game against Utah State.
Patrick Kinahan | posted May 14th - 4:00pm
For various reasons, Utah has decided not to schedule BYU in football during the 2014 and '15 seasons. But one of the game's best rivalries has a chance to continue in those two years. Those involved should set it up for the teams to play in a bowl.
David Self Newlin | posted May 14th - 1:47pm
College sports are big business. Extremely big business. So big that in almost every state in the Union, a college football coach is the highest-paid public employee. The same is true in Utah, where Kyle Whittingham made almost $2 million in 2012.
Ksl.com | posted May 13th - 10:08am
Coach Kyle Whittingham and the Utah football program are conducting their 9th consecutive year of youth and high school football camps this June. Sessions are scheduled for 2nd through 12th grades for all levels of football experience.
Mike Grant and Robert Jackson | posted May 12th - 11:46pm
This week on the Crimson Corner Star Lotulelei goes to camp, Andrew Bogut having a nice series vs. the Spurs, football recruit Dre'vian Young is fast, and football players graduate.
Robert Jackson | posted May 10th - 3:00pm
What did we learn about Utah this spring? Here are three answers surrounding the Utah football team coming out of camp.
Mike Grant and Robert Jackson | posted May 9th - 11:33pm
This week we talked with the #1 TE prospect in the nation, Bingham High School's own Dalton Schultz about his recruiting experience, addressed fan behavior and if it is crossing the line, a possible 8 game Pac-12 schedule, and why the Utes need to have a solid conference win in 2013.
Landon Hemsley, Ksl.com Contributor | posted May 9th - 9:11pm
Waves rippled through the Utah sports scene Wednesday when a member of Utah's archrival made the cover of a nationally recognized football publication dedicated to the Pac-12. Rather than resent, the Utes should be grateful.
Kevin Graham, Ksl.com Contributor | posted May 9th - 10:31am
As we're four months away from the start of the college football season, a large portion of the Ute fan base still won't be able to see many of their team's games. Why? Because the Pac-12 Network still isn't carried on DIRECTV.
VIDEO: Crimson Corner 5-19
This week in the Crimson Corner Eric Weddle discusses his book "No Excuses, No Regrets, The Eric Weddle Story" and Jeremiah Jensen profiles Utes running back Karl Williams and his road to a scholarship. Also, the Utah football youth camps are approaching.
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