Tag Archive: Utah

Sep 11

The Holy War | Utah 20, BYU 19


SALT LAKE CITY — Sunia Tauteoli had two interceptions as the Utah defense saved the day in a disjointed 20-19 win over rival BYU on Saturday. The Utah defense was routinely put in bad positions as the offense committed six turnovers. Troy Williams threw had 194 yards passing with one touchdown and three interceptions. Starting …

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Oct 13

LewPBlog:Lou Holtz blames Stanford’s loss to Utah on midterms

Stanford lost its first game of the season when it fell 27-21 at Utah on Saturday, leaving many of its fans crushed. The Cardinal were ranked as high as No. 2 by some people, and they were considered a national championship contender. They can pretty much throw away those hopes after the loss. Despite the …

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Oct 04

Preview: USC at Utah


The Trojans will meet the Utes in a game previously promoted as the greatest event in Utah football history. A lot has changed since then, beginning with a Southern California loss to Stanford and fall from the top 10. Instead of facing the No. 1 team in America, the Utes will face a thirteenth ranked …

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Oct 13

Empire Picks- Week 7


This week features another Thursday night game for the Pac 12, as well as a collision between north and south favorites. Arizona gets a much needed week off to regroup after the firing of Mike Stoops, and Colorado will make another attempt to end its misery on the road.
Pac 12

USC @ Cal
Line: USC -3
Prediction: USC suffered its only loss this season on the road, and will wear [...]

Oct 29

Your College Football Previewrooski: Week 9


For the 3rd straight week the #1 team in the BCS lost on the road and now Auburn sits on top of the BCS. Plenty of interesting games this week, so let’s get to it. Record: 124-19 (Using BCS standings) Game Of The Week #6 Missouri Tigers VS #14 Nebraska Cornhuskers Missouri showed everyone last …

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Jul 09

All This BCS Is Making My Head Hurt

No more promise are to be made of this being the ‘last’ or ‘next to last’ article on the BCS. There is just too much content to ignore the issue. Now I could just write a huge piece filled with thousands of words about the hearings.

This BCS talk has some legs still and hopefully this will, maybe, probably not be the last article on the BCS this off season.

Jul 06

Recruitin’: BYU and Utah

BYU has been the top of the 2010 recruiting class in the Mountain West and ranked thirteenth the NCAA according to Scout. In the past week in a half BYU has verbal commits from four new players; which brings their total to nineteen.

Manu Mulitalo is a local recruit from West Valley, UT and is a three star offensive lineman. One interesting story about Mulitalo is that he still doesn’t know all the schools that offered, but does know of at least three: Navy, Washington State and, of course, BYU. Apparently his Dad was keeping that info from him.

However if you check Rivals, his list included USC, UCLA, Washington, Washington State, UNLV, and Utah.

Jun 16

Preview Magazine Season

Lets see if this section takes off, I am implementing a Stat Work series during the summer.  It will highlight different stats which will attempt to predict who will win the league. Things to include will be percentage of returning starters, letterman, total yards, and things along those lings, so stay tuned and enjoy the …

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Jun 02

Is The Rose Bowl Being Strong Armed by ESPN?

Rose Bowl has been known as the Granddaddy of them all for the bowl games, and has had a sense of superiority over the rest of college football.

The Rose Bowl resisted change to join the BCS which lead to a split title in 1997 with Michigan and Nebraska.

Nov 06

The Mountain West to be decided tonight

There are still several weeks of football to be played, but the Mountain West Champion could be decided tonight in Salt Lake City. The Horned Frogs of Texas Christian will visit the Utes of Utah in a contest that gives the winner a stronghold on the conference and weighs heavily on BCS standings. Utah is …

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