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SALT LAKE CITY — Let the final countdown begin; college football is a mere three days away as the University of Utah opens its 2015 campaign with a highly anticipated home matchup against the Michigan Wolverines Thursday evening at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
In advance of the game, the University of Utah released the stadium introduction video that will be used to welcome the football team to the field for all home games in 2015.
The video features highlights from prominent players, along with clips from high profile television commentators talking about the Utes and the atmosphere of a game day inside Rice-Eccles.
Watch the video below and let us know what you think on the comment board.
Fox Sports to stream 'Khaki Cam' for Utah-Michigan game
In addition to decking out its tour bus in actual khaki material, Fox Sports announced its plans to use a 'Khaki Cam' for the Utah-Michigan game Thursday evening.
Fox Sports Go will have five separate feeds dedicated to the game, with one of them having a sole purpose of following every step of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, dubbed as the 'Khaki Cam'.
So while you are watching the game on Fox Sports 1, you could also, in theory, pull up your iPad and stream Harbaugh for four straight hours. You know, if you are into that sort of thing.
Fox Sports Go to have 5 separate feeds for its CFB opener, Michigan vs Utah, including a "khaki cam" focused on Harbaugh entire game— Eric Fisher (@EricFisherSBJ) August 31, 2015