Recap: SJ Earthquakes vs Real Salt Lake

by Miguel Cabrera | The San José Earthquakes defeated Real Salt Lake 5-2 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the 'MLS is Back' tournament Monday. San Jose scorers were Cristian Espinoza in the 21st minute, Magnus Eriksson in the 49th and 96th minutes (both penalties), Valeri Qazaishvili in the 61st minute and finally Chris Wondolowski in the 86th … Continue reading Recap: SJ Earthquakes vs Real Salt Lake

Real Salt Lake Keeps Fighting

by Miguel Cabrera | After the 2-0 loss versus Kansas City, RSL wants to put the group stage aside and focus on the knockout round. The team had great opportunities to tie the game, but the great work of Tim Melia prevented them from doing so. Johnny Russell of Kansas City scored the first goal … Continue reading Real Salt Lake Keeps Fighting

Previewing Real Salt Lake and Sporting Kansas City

by Tyler Creer | Rise and shine Real Salt Lake fans, it’s the group D finale in the MLS is Back Tournament and it’s an early kickoff!  How fitting is it that Real Salt Lake is taking on Sporting Kansas City in a winner-take-all matchup.  You may be wondering why I say that, and the … Continue reading Previewing Real Salt Lake and Sporting Kansas City

RSL Ties the Twin Cities

by Daniel Olsen | Real Salt Lake played Minnesota in the MLS Is Back Tournament in Orlando, Florida Friday night. The match resulted in a tie.As the match began, both teams came out ready to fight. After an uneventful start to the match, the teams took a water break at the 27th minute.At the 33 … Continue reading RSL Ties the Twin Cities

MLS Preview: Real Salt Lake vs Minnesota United FC

by Tyler Creer | July 17 is match day number two for Real Salt Lake in the MLS is Back Tournament, and they prepare to take on Minnesota United FC.  After a dominating win against the Rapids, Real Salt Lake looks to continue their momentum.  Ahead is no easy task, as Minnesota has gone undefeated … Continue reading MLS Preview: Real Salt Lake vs Minnesota United FC

RSL Routes Rapids in MLS Re-Opening

by Tyler Creer | 267 days.  That’s how long it has been since RSL last claimed a victory in MLS play.  That win came against the Portland Timbers in the MLS cup playoffs on a cold evening at Rio Tinto Stadium.  It feels like it’s been a lot longer than 267 days, with the COVID-19 … Continue reading RSL Routes Rapids in MLS Re-Opening

Playoff Preview: Is RSL for Real?

By: Daniel Olsen November 1, 2018 (Photo courtesy of Before last year expansion teams simply didn't have postseason success in their first year. Then the Vegas Golden Knights happened in hockey. They would go on to lose the Stanley Cup to the Washington Capitals and Ovechkin enjoyed a nice honeymoon with the trophy. In … Continue reading Playoff Preview: Is RSL for Real?

Historically Bad

In honor of one of BYU’s worst losing streaks in program history, here is a list of the five worst seasons of any team in the state of Utah: 1. 2006 USU football season: The Brent Guy era was in the middle of the Dark Ages of USU football. The local hero Riley Nelson made … Continue reading Historically Bad

Cassar stabbed in the Back

Real Salt Lake has seen enough. A team that won the MLS cup 8 years ago (the first title in professional sports that Utah has ever seen) is now a cellar dwellar in the Eastern Conference. Cassar was the assistant coach back when RSL won it all and became the head coach in 2014. Cassar … Continue reading Cassar stabbed in the Back

Champions of the Past

There have been several division, conference and national titles won by teams throughout the state of Utah. But which champion deserves the title as the greatest to come out of the state of Utah? A recent poll was conducted and the answers may surprise you. Of all the great teams listed, only three have received … Continue reading Champions of the Past