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  • Five teams overrated in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll

    USA Today "Clemson overrated at No. 1? Not likely. There may be a case for Ohio State to lead the preseason Amway Coaches Poll, but the Tigers have won at least 14 games in four of the past five seasons and return a generational talent in quarterback Trevor Lawrence. To find teams that may be..." August 06

  • Addition of former Ute Jason Shelley adds intrigue to Utah State quarterback competition

    Deseret News "Utah State’s quarterback competition just got a little more interesting. The Aggies announced Monday that former University of Utah quarterback Jason Shelley has transferred to USU. A junior, Shelley will be immediately eligible and able to suit up for the Aggies both this..." July 14

  • Utah retains DC Morgan Scalley after review of racist text in 2013

    The Score "Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley won't be fired following a review of a text message he sent in 2013 that contained a racial slur, the school announced Wednesday. Previously, the Utes suspended Scalley indefinitely while looking into the matter. Scalley..." July 01

  • Utah suspends DC Morgan Scalley for texting racial slur in 2013

    ESPN "Utah has suspended defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley and launched an external investigation concerning a 2013 text message he sent that included a racial slur, Utes athletics director Mark Harlan announced Friday on social media. Harlan said he was made aware of the text..." June 05

  • Pac-12 members have discussed potential conference-only football season

    Larry Brown Sports "It looks increasingly likely that the 2020 college football season will not look like it usually does, and the Pac-12 is actively discussing a rather unique scenario. USC coach Clay Helton said Monday that a conference-only schedule is a “viable” option that has been..." May 11

  • Will college football be played this fall? Utah athletic director Mark Harlan weighs in

    Deseret News "Even more than four months before it is scheduled to begin, the question of whether college football will be played this fall is a big one on sports fans’ minds as the coronavirus pandemic continues. In an appearance Wednesday on the Bill Riley Show on ESPN700, University of..." April 16