This marks the final week of no college football. This time next week, we'll be only a few days out from the start of the much anticipated 2010 season. Can you believe it?
The Utes ended their fall camp Saturday (more proof the season is creeping up) with a final scrimmage and it appears the team has made great strides since the first scrimmage a week or so ago.
Now the team will begin preparing full-time for the Pitt Panthers, who enter the season ranked 15th nationally. It'll mark the highest rated opponent Utah has faced at Rice-Eccles Stadium since 11th ranked TCU lost in Salt Lake City back in 2008.
So now we wait. I'm expecting this week to drag.
Knowing what you know now, do you feel the defense has improved since the first scrimmage, or is it still a concern?
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