The Morning Blitz: Offense edition

Utah's offense continues to improve after its difficult scrimmage earlier this week despite the absence of Jordan Wynn, who's still battling an illness. 

But that's okay. I think we know what Wynn can do. What's more important is gaining depth at the quarterback spot and here, we've seen some great improvement since the start of camp. Jon Hays once again had a solid day, suggesting that maybe, maybe there will be a competent player to follow Wynn if he happens to go down at any point this season.

So I might be able to exhale, if only briefly. 

Beyond that, nothing earth shattering happened Thursday. Wynn should be back today, though that isn't a certainty, and hopefully the offense can ease into some consistency with his return as we inch closer to the start of the season. 

And so, the links...

Utah Utes football: No Jordan Wynn again, but Utes close to getting over hump | Deseret News

Offense wins the day with Utes | U of U Sports | The Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City Guides - Back to School: Welcome to the Big Time

Utah football: Junior receiver Christopher wasn’t off during offseason | The Salt Lake Tribune

University of Utah football: Jon Hays honing his game in Jordan Wynn’s absence | The Salt Lake Tribune

Pac-12 Football: Ranking the Best Programs of the 2000s | Bleacher Report

Utah Utes football: Tauni Vakapuna moving up the running back depth chart despite setbacks | Deseret News

Utah Utes football notebook: Jordan Wynn getting better, Utes not concerned | Deseret News

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