On today's podcast, the hosts talk about the newly released Associated Press Preseason Top 25 and the ranked teams slated to play the local teams this season. Also, we debate whether Utah should be happy with an 8-4 season or take a gamble.
Due to the uncertain status of starting cornerback Dominique Hatfield, the Utah secondary was a question mark heading into fall camp. Junior college transfer Cory Butler-Byrd has waited a long time for this opportunity and he's ready to take advantag
On today's show, Josh, Sean and Parker talk about more than 15 players potentially out between BYU and Nebraska for the season opener. They also opine on Utah's new helmets and Utah State's closed-scrimmage policy.
When the Utah football team runs out of the tunnel on September 3rd to face off against the Michigan Wolverines, you'll notice at least one thing that is different — the Utes will be donning new satin red helmets.
Former Utah director of basketball operations Norm Parrish will take the head coaching job at newly minted Division II program at Westminster College as early as next week, as was first reported in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Salt Lake Metro.
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Amid back-and-forth with the media, Utah athletic director Chris Hill announced the series with BYU is likely to continue. The current two-year interruption in the series is exclusively related to Utah's opportunity to play Michigan.
Former Ute WR Steve Smith, Sr. may be retiring from the NFL after this upcoming season, but he doesn't fear the future that lies ahead. Plus Tom Hackett earns more preseason All-America honors and Fox Sports to cover a bus in khakis?
Josh Furlong, Sean Walker and Parker Robertson are joined by KSL TV producer Matt Glade to talk about the opening scrimmages of BYU and Utah State from the weekend, as well as look ahead (the best they can) to Utah's closed-media scrimmage Tuesday.
Dominique Hatfield has been in the news for all the wrong reasons the last couple of months. But despite the ongoing legal issues he faces and less-than-certain future with the Utah football program, Hatfield continues to lead.