Top 10 Holy War Matchups for the Utes

by Zach Reger | After 100 meetings, the Utah and BYU rivalry has a ton of history. Within the 124 years since they played their first game, there have been many ups and downs for both Utah and BYU. Utah leads the rivalry 62-34-4 and are currently on a 9-game win streak. As the leading … Continue reading Top 10 Holy War Matchups for the Utes

2020 Utes Defensive Preview

by Zach Reger | After bolstering the 2nd ranked total defense in the FBS last season, just a few changes are coming to the Utes defense in 2020. Six members of that stellar Utes defense got drafted, and Defensive Coordinator Morgan Scalley will be responsible for replacing nine starters. Scalley is now entering his 13th … Continue reading 2020 Utes Defensive Preview

How to Replace Utah’s 1-2 Punch

by Zach Reger | Utah’s offense was explosive last year under first-year Offensive Coordinator Andy Ludwig. In his second stint with Utah, Ludwig led the Utes to a PAC-12-leading 2,819 rushing yards and 34 rushing touchdowns. This rushing attack was led by quarterback Tyler Huntley and running back Zack Moss, and together, they brought the … Continue reading How to Replace Utah’s 1-2 Punch

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

Previewing College Basketball in Utah

Last year the Beehive State sent as many teams to the Big Dance as the Jazz have championships. This talent rich state isn’t used to settling for the NIT and CBI but that is exactly what they had to do last year. This year the state looks to send many teams like they have most … Continue reading Previewing College Basketball in Utah