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Is Utah's window of opportunity closing?


Utah football was in the process of its best run in program history ... and then 2012 happened. Is the program in danger of losing its window of opportunity?

Thursday Night Magic


Thursday night has been kind to Utah over the past decade ... will that continue this Thursday against TCU?

2005 offers this year's Utes hope

We can learn a lot from the 2005 BYU-Utah game...

The growth of Kyle Whittingham


Kyle Whittingham has grown a lot since becoming Utah's head coach in 2005. Now comes the biggest test of all: Taking Utah from the Mountain West to the Pac-12. Can he do it?

Where I come from: Our favorite Ute memories


Utah football has had a lot of great memories. What are some of yours?

Games of the decade - #09: 2005 Emerald Bowl


Brett Ratliff and Travis LaTendresse led the Utes to an improbable 38-10 win over Georgia Tech in the 2005 Emerald Bowl.

Favorite Holy War


Utah and BYU have played in some remarkable Holy Wars. What is your favorite Utah win?

Louisville offers the two-scenario season


The Utes enter a potential season-changing game against the Louisville Cardinals. One thing is clear: Utah can't afford a loss.

The excitement of the unknown


Why am I more excited about the 2009 Utes when they have far more questions surrounding them than last year's squad?

Why 2009 won't be like 2005


In 2005, the Utes were coming off an undefeated season and followed it up with a rather lackluster 7-5 campaign. Will 2009 be similar?

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