Utah coach Kyle Whittingham believes his quarterback position may be settled for the first time in several seasons.
The Utes have struggled with injuries and the right fit at QB since 2008. But this season, Travis Wilson is the undisputed starter going into the opener - and hopefully for the year.
''One of the issues we have had the last four seasons - we have had some pretty good years, with the exception of last year - but we have not been able to start and finish a season with the same quarterback for four straight years. That's been a definite liability for us. Brian Johnson in '08 was the last quarterback that we had that was able to do that,'' Whittingham said. ''So we have to get some continuity and consistency at that position. We hope Travis Wilson is going to bring that to us.''
Utah finished 5-7 overall last season and 3-6 in the Pac-12, snapping a streak of nine straight postseason appearances. The Utes have been picked to finish fifth in the league's south division t...