Eye of the Tiger Part 2: Don’t Call it a Comeback

Utah State is balling and is the lone undefeated basketball team in the Beehive State right now. They are currently ranked #15 in the AP Top 25 and have a chance to move up in the coming week after an impressive showing in the Jamaica Classic. The Aggies almost had a stinker of a game … Continue reading Eye of the Tiger Part 2: Don’t Call it a Comeback

Weekend Warriors

This was a weekend filled with high level drama at all levels in the state of Utah. Buzzer beaters, bowl eligibility and similar mascots facing off were the main highlights. Let's take a look at how the weekend unfolded. Friday Night Hoops: Aggies vs Aggies: You don't play a team with your same mascot very … Continue reading Weekend Warriors

Can Utah make the College Football Playoff

Utah was ranked #8 in the first College Football Playoff poll. They have one loss on the road at USC. If they continue to win are they in? Let's look at what the teams ahead of them have to do to earn a spot. #7 Oregon: This one doesn't take rocket science to figure this … Continue reading Can Utah make the College Football Playoff

The Battle for the Old Wagon Wheel 2019

In Washington the Huskies and Cougars play for the Apple Cup. In Oklahoma the Sooners and Cowboys play for the Bedlam Bell. And in the Beehive State the featured in-State rivals BYU and Utah play for the Old Wagon Wheel. BREAKING NEWS: The Utah Utes don’t play BYU for this esteemed trophy and as former … Continue reading The Battle for the Old Wagon Wheel 2019

Jazz Numbers Week 1

We are one week into the NBA season and the Jazz have a lot for fans to be excited about! They have had two close games, a blowout in their favor and a 9 point loss to the Lakers that was never really close in the second half until Coach Vogel benched his starters. So … Continue reading Jazz Numbers Week 1

Mailman Mitchell

Bojan was hobbling. OKC was ahead. Mike Conley couldn't buy a bucket even if it was at the dollar store. Still, the Jazz found a way to win thanks to their stingy-as-always defense and one man: Donovan Mitchell. Donovan has been sensational since his rookie year but it didn't come without struggles. He had a … Continue reading Mailman Mitchell

Remembering Derrick Favors

Derrick Favors recently had a chance to reunite with his former Jazz teammates when the New Orleans Pelicans hosted the Utah Jazz in a preseason game. There was plenty of love to go around on the team social media page and among his former teammates. Why is he such a beloved Jazz man? With every … Continue reading Remembering Derrick Favors

BYU at USF: a Tampa Travel Guide

BYU has ironically never won a football game in the Sunshine State but there is a first time for everything. Will you be there to witness history? If you're watching from the couch you will need the CBS Sports Channel which is found in some cable packages as well as streaming options like YouTube TV … Continue reading BYU at USF: a Tampa Travel Guide

The Corvallis Travel Guide

This Saturday night Ute fans everywhere can watch their Utah Utes take on the Oregon State Beavers (if they have the PAC-12 Network). Would Corvallis be a fun trip destination though? It may not be as well known as Portland or Seaside, but there are plenty of things to do there if you're going to … Continue reading The Corvallis Travel Guide

The Council of Dan: to pay or not to pay College Athletes

Four regular fans named Dan team up to discuss sports and other important issues. Aggie Fan Dan, Cougar Fan Dan, Ute Fan Dan and Jazz Fan Dan have assembled to create an impenetrable force. It is time to summon....the Council of Dan! Should college athletes be paid? Aggie Fan Dan (@USUTheRightBlue): Yes but not astronomical … Continue reading The Council of Dan: to pay or not to pay College Athletes