The Salt Lake Tribune's Matt Piper tweeted out this morning, that sources close to the program told him that Utah QB Travis Wilson suffered just a sprained shoulder last night, and could be back against Fresno at the soonest. This is huge news if true, because Wilson has taken a step forward this season, and looked good in the five and half quarters thus far he's played in this season.
The game was not pretty, but No. 24 Utah (2-0) got the win over Utah State (1-1), 24-14. Starting quarterback Travis Wilson and defensive end Hunter Dimick both went down with injuries and did not return.
Ute fans are extremely confident in their team's chances after USU struggled to beat FCS bottom-feeder SUU. What does one excruciatingly bad game say about a team? Most teams have at least one, and they tell us a lot.
The Utah State Aggies roll into Rice-Eccles Stadium Friday night with a win over Southern Utah under their belt. In a 12-9 defensive slug-fest, the Aggies gave up only 163 yards of total offense to the T-Birds