Found August 29, 2013 on
When I was a kid, there were fewer nights with more anticipation than Christmas Eve. What would Santa have in store for me come Christmas morning?
Those days are long gone since Kris Kringle and I seem to be on the same page these days and there are very few surprises on December 25. Now my gut is wrenching on the eve of something just as great. College football is here. What will the Utah Utes have in store for me tomorrow? Unlike seasons past, I am less confident about what Thursday will bring. There are just too many unknowns about this Utah team. Santa has done a fantastic job of double and triple-wrapping this present to keep it out of our view ahead of the big day. Now the time for talking is done. Actions alone will show how good you are.
So, as many of us head to the store to stock up on the cold ones (Mt. Dew or Dr. Pepper for this guy), here’s a six-pack of predictions for Thursday night’s game.
1) Utah’s offense will be better than the bunch that took the field last Septe...
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It's not as easy as it used to be, but Travis Wilson made sure Utah is back to beating Utah State again.
Wilson threw for 302 yards and two touchdowns to help Utah edge Utah State 30-26 in the season-opener on Thursday night.
Wilson, a sophomore who was unexpectedly pressed into the starting lineup because of injuries last year, played error-free while completing 17 of 28 passes...
Q: What will the Ute’s record be at the end of the year and list the teams that they’ll beat to get to your win total?
HOYOSREVENGE- I really believe it will be 8-4 Weber, USU, OSU, BYU, Stanford, Arizona, Wazzu, Colorado.
UTESOFUTAH: 8-4. Wins over USU, Weber, BYU, UCLA, Arizona, USC, Wazzu, and Colorado.
DAHLELAMA: 8-4 USU, Weber, OSU, BYU, UCLA, Arizona State, Wazzu, Colorado...
The Utah Utes will honor freshman defensive end Gaius Vaenuku, who tragically lost his life in a car accident, with these classy helmet stickers during the 2013 season.
With the kickoff of the 2013 football season approaching, the program has unveiled a sparkling new, $32 million football training center that can compete with anyone in the nation.