The Morning Blitz: Daily Utah links

Utah's offense continues to steal the show at fall camp. Hopefully that isn't a sign the defense is a step or two behind. 

Of course, this is Kyle Whittingham's defense we're talking about and I think a great deal of fans give the inexperienced defense the benefit of the doubt because of just that. When was the last time a Whittingham defense, over the course of a season, didn't play at least well enough? 

I can't think of a time in the recent history of the program and especially since he's taken over as coach. 

In 2005, his teams gave up 24 points per game. In 2006: 19.8; in 2007: 18.8; in 2008: 17.2; and in 2009: 20.2. Not bad. 

So should we expect anything different from this year's Utes? 

Now the links... - Day 3 On The Hill - Utes feel good about Day 1 of practice

2010 College Football Predictions: Utah Utes Preview | Bleacher Report - First Day Of Football Practice Goes Well - No lack of speed at Utes first practice

Jordan Wynn wise beyond his years - ABC - Salt Lake City, Utah News

BetUS College Football Power Poll – See If Your Team is Number 1 — BetUS Locker Room - U to knockoff artists: Bring your ideas to us instead

Pitt has much to do before opener at Utah | The Salt Lake Tribune

My 2010 Associated Press preseason top-25 football poll | College Hotline

Football camp: Day 3 | Deseret News

Great expectations already for Utah QB Wynn | The Salt Lake Tribune

FanHouse's 2010 Preseason College Football Poll -- No. 25 Utah -- NCAAFB FanHouse

Utah football: Utes give it a rest after 3 days of fall camp | Deseret News

Mike Sorensen: Zipper plan may be best for Pac-12 | Deseret News - Thomas Zuck - 2010 Preseason Top-25 College Rankings

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