About a hundred fans showed for Utah's third session of Spring Ball. As to be expected at this time of the year, the defense was the highlight of the morning. It was intense from the beginning. As Metallica blared in the background, the initial 11 on 11
Thoughts from Daniel
First and foremost, defensive coordinator John Pease is an absolute joy to watch. Fun, engaging, and knowledgeable beyond belief. The highlight of the day for me was after an interception returned for a touchdown by Masina, Pease yelled at his unit, instructing them to never let someone who makes a "big" play
This D-Line is flat out nasty. Full of swagger and talking trash every chance they get. Jason Fanaika is
Overall the flow of practice was great. Fast and detail oriented, business like. Which we have come to know is par for the course for Whittingham's Utes. Practice resumes on Tuesday.
Thoughts from Alex
The defensive line was dominant today and was consistently getting pressure and beating the offensive line. Hunter Dimick, Fanaika, and Kylie Fitts are all terrors off the edge, and Lowell Lotulelei (with older brother Star
The linebackers performed well, even with
The defensive backs are looking like they could be scary good this year.
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