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Spring Football Game Preview Podcast

FINALLY, we are back on iTunes and Stitcher radio.

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Of course, if you'd like to watch the video version of the podcast, click and play the video above! If you'd like to listen to the audio version right here in this article, click play down below.

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Here's a quick synopsis of the episode:

It's been a quiet spring for Utah football, which is actually a good thing. The spring football camps the last four or five years have always had some drama, or serious question marks, this year is the first year in a long time that it feels like there's some refinement happening. As Coach Kyle Whittingham said after practice on Tuesday, there's not really a weakness on this team. Sure, there are still a couple questions on some depth and such, but the top level guys are very solid at least.

Alex and I, in this newest podcast episode, chat about how boring this spring has been - and that it's not a bad thing. We also chat about what we'd like to see from the spring game, on both sides of the ball.

We also chat about the news that Jakob Poeltl is coming back for his sophomore season, and how big of news it is for the Runnin' Utes. You can check out our articles from Adam and Andrew about the pros and cons of Poeltl's decision, for Poeltl himself, because it's great news for Utah.

We also touch on the gymnastics team and their great run at nationals, and the retirement of Greg Marsden.

A lot was talked about in this episode, so give it a listen.