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How to Watch Red-White Game

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The 17th-annual Red-White spring game is here for the Utah Utes football team. The team will split in two (you can read about the rosters for each squad here). We broke down three keys to the game (here). Below, you can get the details on how to watch the game.

The game kicks off at 11:00 a.m. MT at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The weather is supposed to be decent today with a high of 58, and it should be in the upper 40s at kickoff, so not particularly warm, but it is supposed to be dry. The game is free to attend for fans. The parking lot west of the stadium opens at 6 a.m. MT for fans who want to get there early and tailgate. The first 2,000 fans to arrive at the game get an Alex Smith wall decal featuring an image from the 2005 Fiesta Bowl win over Pittsburgh. At 9 a.m. MT is the MUSS game and at 10 a.m, MT is the alumni game. Just note, end zone seating will not be available only the east and west stands. UTA is offering a free printable pass (here) that you can use to take TRAX to and from the game.

If you are not going to head to Rice-Eccles Stadium for all the festivities, you can still catch the Utes on your television or on the radio. Pac-12 Networks will air live television coverage of the game with Guy Haberman (play-by-play), Anthony Herron (analyst) and Jill Savage (sidelines) as the broadcast crew. You can also listen to the game on ESPN 700 radio.