Fall camp final day links

Fall camp is over. That means the Utes now start planning for the Aggies and the start of the 2009 season.

Yes, we're that close.

What we do know coming out of the final scrimmage is that Koa Misi is questionable for Utah's game against Utah State, however, will most likely play a week later against San Jose State. That's a huge relief, especially since it looks like Utah will have him for the Oregon game. 

Of course, all eyes were on the quarterback battle and reports now indicate maybe Terrance Cain is the front runner to start the opener. Jordan Wynn, though, still might get the nod, depending on how the game practices go. 

But I think at the moment, it's safe to say we should expect to see Cain starting against USU.

One interesting tidbit from the list of links is Meyer admitting Florida and Utah were looking to schedule each other this season. Obviously it didn't happen, but I think that would have been a very anticipated game, though not one I think Utah could win this year (maybe in 2010).

Ute Football Camp Countdown: Final Day - UTAH OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE 

Utah Camp Report with Ben Bagley 8/21

Deseret News | Utah Utes football: Team plenty deep at the end position

ksl.com - Utes, Cougars ranked in AP preseason poll

Coordinators change, Utes' defense doesn't - Salt Lake Tribune

Starting QB still undecided as Utes end camp - Salt Lake Tribune

Deseret News | Utah Utes football notebook: Team wraps up camp with scrimmage

Deseret News | Utah Utes football: Misi 'questionable' for season opener

Deseret News | Utah Utes football concludes camp minus starting QB

Meyer liked idea of game against Utah

Gators toyed with scheduling Utah this season - Miami Herald

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