The end of spring football is upon us. The Utes wrap up spring ball with the annual Red and White game Saturday at Rice Eccles Stadium. Head coach Kyle Whittingham says he doesn't see any obvious holes in this year's team through spring practice. With that being said, here's what I would like to see on the offensive side of the ball on Saturday afternoon.
The receiver position will be of particular interest tomorrow afternoon. Gone is
On another note, I'd like to see all the receivers show sure hands during the spring game.
On the offensive line, consistency during the spring game will go along way in proving the unit is continuing to build on what
The quarterback position and running back position
I will be curious to see watch Chase Hansen in a game situation as well. Hansen has by all accounts taken the lead on what will end up being the third spot at quarterback once Thompson returns. Thompson and Wilson are both seniors, meaning whoever gets the third spot behind them could very well be the starter next season. Hansen has always had a reputation as a good runner, so I will be curious to see how he
Booker won't see the field during the spring game and his presumed backup Joseph Williams hasn't yet arrived on campus, so the running back position will provide a limited scope of we can expect to see in the fall.
Lastly, I'd like to see how Aaron Roderick and Jim Harding work together as co-offensive coordinators. Roderick
The spring game will be televised on Pac-12 networks live from Rice-Eccles Stadium at 1 pm MT.
Let us know in the comments what you'd like to see in the spring game!
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