RT @Dmarsh42: R I P. To one of the greatest coaches I have ever played for. This man brought the best out of me in my 2 years in Utah. He taught me how to be a professional. I’m glad I had a chance to talk to him and let him know how much he meant to me as a player and person. https://t.co/ZpewX5grML
I spoke with Utah's director of strength and conditioning, Doug Elisaia, about how he and his staff have tried to help players attempt to stay in shape during this pandemic. Doug is such an insightful voice. He kept it real about a very real situation. https://t.co/gV7PW4mdzy
Utah mailbag this week certainly ran the gamut: thoughts on the MUSS, 2021 commit Peter Costelli, the state of Utah hoops, surefire Utah football starters in 2020 and which Utah football coach would present the biggest challenge in FIFA20. https://t.co/yMw9gcdJbR
Rudy is 27. Assuming Utah keeps both of them, they should be just fine. O'Neale is 26, Bogdanovic has a skillset that should allow him to be fine until about 34, and the front office is one of the best in the league. They will have retooling to do, but you're being way too morbid
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Utah's State of the Program is published: the Utes have climbed into the upper echelon of the Pac-12, but Kyle Whittingham now has his youngest team in his now four decades at the school. Can the Utes reload rather than rebuild? https://t.co/V6s8EZshsE