Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted
Jul 28th - 11:04am
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge chips his tooth celebrating a win, Oregon football will have fewer jersey combinations this year, a baseball team loses its manager and two players within one at-bat, and more.
The Utah Jazz will once again lead the NBA in the number of international players on their roster, but despite (or perhaps because of) coming from diverse locales, the players seem at home in Salt Lake City.
Fall camp returns to Provo under second-year head coach Kalani Sitake beginning with the Cougars’ first practice Thursday evening. Here are six storylines to watch before the Cougars’ season opener Aug. 26 against Portland State.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Jul 26th - 11:56am
BYU and Utah begin football practice this week with high goals. Both the Cougars and the Utes believe they are capable of putting together fantastic seasons, but each has questions that need to be answered before the year ends.
Research on 202 former football players found evidence of a brain disease linked to repeated head blows in nearly all of them, from athletes in the National Football League, college and even high school.
Joe Ingles officially put pen to paper on his new four-year deal with the Utah Jazz Tuesday. That meant speaking to the media about his relationship, how the team will play without Gordon Hayward, his thoughts on the new Jazz players and more.
Former BYU star Jimmer Fredette decided to stay in China for the next two seasons, signing an agreement to remain with the Shanghai Sharks. That, plus other sports highlights in today's From Left Field.
The Los Angeles Lakers took former UCLA star Lonzo Ball with the No. 2 overall pick in this summer's NBA draft. But it was former Utah wing Kyle Kuzma who stole the show during the summer league. Here are his highlights.