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Utah Utes #98 - Defensive Tackle

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 285
  • Seasons: JR

I'm underestimating Utah again, aren't I?

Improving four years in a row is almost impossible, and doing so with a new skill corps and front seven? Wouldn't be the first time Kyle Whittingham has surprised, though.

Advanced Stats Rundown: 2015 Bowl Previews, Part I


Shining the crimson spotlight on those teams a bit less fortunate than the Tide this holiday season

Las Vegas Bowl advanced stat preview

Advanced stats previewing the 2015 Las Vegas Bowl between Utah and BYU.

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Block U


We snuck into Utah and held Block U's Alex Stark hostage until he revealed his thoughts and prediction for Michigan's season opener against the Utes.

Pre-Season Position Preview: Defensive Line


When a defensive line loses their sack leader, one who lead the country in sacks, to the NFL, most would expect the following season to be a rebuilding year for that line. This is likely not the...

Utah's a pretty good Pac-12 team! Now what?

The Utes have gone from a mid-major power to a decent power. With more shuffling and another tough schedule, can they keep building?

The Mayor has left office, who takes his place?


With Nate Orchard gone to the NFL, who will take over as the new Mayor of Sack Lake City?

Utah Drops Overtime Thriller at Arizona State


Utah running back Devontae Booker turned in his fifth consecutive 100-yard rushing performance, with 137 yards and caught a touchdown pass.

Previewin': Utah Utes


The 2-1 Michigan Wolverines welcome the 2-0 Utah Utes to the Big House on Saturday, looking to enter the conference slate with positive feelings. Injuries abound for Michigan, but Brady Hoke and...

the Gekko Files: Utah 2014 Preview


Next up in the Gekko Files: a look at the prospects of a Utah resurgence in 2014.

Utah football spring updates!

Here are the latest updates and depth chart news for the Utah Utes from spring practice!

Utah defense bests offense in Tuesday practice

The Utes are still looking for better offensive production.