In front of the 15th largest home crowd in Utah
football history, the Utes knocked off the No.
5 Stanford Cardinal 27-21 Saturday night,
picking up their first signature win since
joining the Pac-12 Conference.
Mike Grant and Robert Jackson | Posted Oct 12th - 11:26pm
Kyle Whittingham picked up his 75th career victory as the Utes upset the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal 27-21 in Rice-Eccles Stadium. Utah recorded its first win over a ranked conference opponent since joining the Pac-12 in 2011, improving to 1-4.
Mike Grant and Robert Jackson | Posted Oct 7th - 11:42am
It was there for the taking. The Utes were in
position to knock off the 12th ranked team in
the country and earn their first signature
win against a Pac-12 opponent. UCLA executed
when it mattered most and the Utes didn't
allowing the Bruins to escape Rice-Eccles
Stadium with a 34-27 victory.
Mike Grant and Robert Jackson | Posted Oct 4th - 11:39am
Utah, despite being minus five in turnover
margin, fought until the end in a
heartbreaking 34-27 loss to the No. 12 UCLA
Bruins. We break down the loss and look at
what positives you can build on and what
needs to change to get this team to a point
where it can win in the Pac-12.
Despite six interceptions by Utah quarterback
Travis Wilson, the Utes defense kept the high
powered Bruin offense in check, holding them to
a season low in points in a 34-27 defeat in
After falling to 0-1 in conference play with a
heartbreaking 51-48 overtime loss to Oregon
State, the Utes now face an uphill battle that
just seems outright daunting on paper —
with four of their next six opponents ranked in
the Top 25.
The Utes are 3-1 coming out of the first third
of the season, but here comes the gauntlet.
Four out of the next six opponents are in the
Top 25, including No. 12 UCLA, who visits Rice-
Eccles Stadium Thursday night in a nationally
Mike Grant and Robert Jackson | Posted Sep 23rd - 8:19pm
This week on the Crimson Corner, the guys break
down Utah's 20-13 win over BYU, their fourth
straight over the Cougars. Part of the Utes
success is the offense, where quarterback
Travis Wilson and wide receiver Dres Anderson
have performed extremely well.
Will the Cougars get their first win in the
rivalry since 2009? Or will the Utes win their
fourth straight in the series? To help you get
the scoop on what each team needs to do to win,
we brought in BYU insider Cleon Wall and Utah
insider Robert Jackson.
The Utes showed fight. They never quit. The offense is good. Travis
Wilson is for real. Bubba Poole can play, too. There were some
positives in the game against Oregon State, but there were also some