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Ute in DC

  • joined May 06, 2008
  • last login Mar 27, 2014
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Born and raised in Salt Lake City. Graduate of East High '96. University of Utah '03. Georgetown Law '10.

When I chose my user name, I was in law school in Washington, DC. I have graduated now and am back in Salt Lake City, but I kept my user name. I asked some other posters what I should change my name to and everyone said I should keep "Ute in DC" so I kept my misleading moniker.

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  • MLB Washington Nationals
  • NBA Utah Jazz
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Utah #24 in Coaches' Preseason Poll

TCU #7 Pitt #15 BYU & Notre Dame in "Others receiving votes"

Huskers and Rams be Damned; Utah is our True Rival

Believe me, no one hates the big red "N" more than I, and those recent games with the Rams, win or lose, have been fraught with drama; but the historical significance of a rivalry that sees us set against an institution more in line with our academic and regional proclivities is something that cannot be ignored.

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Pac-10 officially invites Utah; Utah votes tomorrow, 6/17

From the Deseret News: Utah football: Utes to accept Pac-10 invite Thursday Utah has scheduled a meeting of the board of trustees at 12:30 in the Rice-Eccles Tower. The board will vote up or down...

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Jeremy, you've arrived. Dr. Saturday mentioned this blog by name.

LinkBronco bait. Conference expansion rumors are guaranteed to fly this week in Kansas City and Destin, sites of the annual Big 12 and SEC meetings. But the real smoke will be coming next week...

MWC #3 going to Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La. starting in 2010

The Advocare V-100 Independence Bowl will feature an ACC-Mountain West match-up starting in 2010. In the past, the SEC and the Big XII send so many teams to the BCS that by the time you get to the 7th or 8th pick, there were a few years that the Independence Bowl didn't have anyone to choose from. That won't be the case with the new partnerships.

Great blog post from Dr. Saturday

The article describes the evolution of U.S.C.'s offense since 2001 and the marginalization of Norm Chow. Pete Caroll was unhappy with the offense after the 6–6 campaign in 2001 so he overhauled the run blocking schemes. In the process, he got further and further away from Chow's offense. U.S.C. hasn't been as dominant since Chow left. This helps explain why Chow left.

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Utah 31 - Alabama 17. Yes, I'm here to gloat.

I just got back from partying in New Orleans after Utah's victory in the Sugar Bowl. Back in November I took exception to FSUncensored's blogpoll ballot that had Utah at #23. I promised then that...

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Poll: Which of Utah's remaining games most concerns you?

Utah has four regular season games remaining. Since it's a Bye week and we don't have a lot to talk about, I feel comfortable speculating a bit about the Utes' remaining games. Nov. 1 @ New Mexico...

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Poll: Will Aiona Key Play?

As of today, August 20, wide receiver Aiona Key still has not shown up for practice. Supposedly, he is still waiting for a grade to be posted by his junior college, Mount San Antonio College....

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Poll: The Utah--USU Series

What does everyone think of the Utah-USU series? The reason I ask is that Utah announced that its series with Utah State will go on hiatus during 2010 and 2011 so that the Utes can play Notre Dame...

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