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					UTAH
FOOTBALL
2011 SPRING PROSPECTUS
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                                        2011 Utah Schedule
                                          2011 SCHEDULE                                                                              2010 RESULTS
                                          Date               Opponent                 Site                      Time/TV              Record: 10-3, 7-1 Mountain West
                                          Sept. 1 (Thu)      Montana State            Salt Lake City            TBA                  Date           Opponent                  Result            A end.    TV
                                          Sept. 10           at USC *                 Los Angeles, Calif.       TBA                  Sept. 2        PITTSBURGH                W, 27-24 (OT)     45,730    VERSUS
                                          Sept. 17           at Brigham Young         Provo, Utah               TBA                  Sept. 11       UNLV *                    W, 38-10          45,102    The Mtn.
                                          Sept. 24           - Open -                                                                Sept. 18       at New Mexico *           W, 56-14          23,940    The Mtn.
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                                          Oct. 1             Washington *             Salt Lake City            TBA                  Sept. 25       SAN JOSE STATE (HC)       W, 56-3           45,099
                                          Oct. 8             Arizona State *          Salt Lake City            TBA                  Oct. 9         at Iowa State             W, 68-27          43,195    FCS
                                          Oct. 15            at Pi sburgh             Pi sburgh, Pa.            TBA                  Oct. 16        at Wyoming *              W, 30-6           20,014    The Mtn.
                                          Oct. 22            at California *          San Francisco, Calif.     TBA                  Oct. 23        COLORADO STATE *          W, 59-6           45,029    The Mtn.
                                          Oct. 29            Oregon State *           Salt Lake City            TBA                  Oct. 30        at Air Force *            W, 28-23          37,211    CBS C
                                          Nov. 5             at Arizona *             Tucson, Ariz.             TBA                  Nov. 6         TCU *                     L, 47-7           46,522    CBS C
                                          Nov. 12            UCLA *                   Salt Lake City            TBA                  Nov. 13        at Notre Dame *           L, 28-3           80,795    NBC
                                          Nov. 19            at Washington State*     Pullman, Wash.            TBA                  Nov. 20        at San Diego State *      W, 38-34          34,951    The Mtn.
                                          Nov. 26            Colorado *               Salt Lake City            TBA                  Nov. 27        BRIGHAM YOUNG *           W, 17-16          45,272    The Mtn./CBS C
                                          *-Pac-12 Conference Game                                                                   Dec. 22        vs. Boise State           L, 26-3           41,923    ESPN
                                                                                                                                     HC-Homecoming; *-MWC game; $-Las Vegas Bowl


                                          2011 FALL CAMP DATES
                                                                                                                                     2011 SPRING CAMP DATES
                                          Aug. 3          Players Report to Camp
                                          Aug. 4          Prac ce Begins                                                             Mar. 8                 Prac ce Begins                          Rice-Eccles Stadium
                                          Aug. 10         Double Days Begin                                                          Mar. 17                Final prac ce before spring break       Rice-Eccles Stadium
                                          Aug. 11         Scrimmage                                                                  Mar. 28                Prac ce Resumes                         Rice-Eccles Stadium
                                          Aug. 16         Scrimmage                                                                  Apr. 1                 Scrimmage                               Rice-Eccles Stadium
                                          Aug. 20         Scrimmage                                                                  Apr. 9                 Scrimmage                               Rice-Eccles Stadium
                                          Aug. 22         Classes Begin                                                              Apr. 16                Red-White Game (1 p.m.)                 Rice-Eccles Stadium



                                                                                           2011 UTAH SPRING FOOTBALL CALENDAR
                                                    Sunday                 Monday                 Tuesday                    Wednesday                  Thursday                   Friday                  Saturday

                                           MARCH                 6                    7                         8                         9                          10                       11                      12

                                                                                           1 • No Pads                                             2 • No Pads                                      3 • Tackle
                                                                                           3:00-5:00 p.m.                                          3:00-5:00 p.m.                                   10:00 a.m.-Noon

                                                              13                      14                        15                        16                         17                       18                      19

                                                                                           4 • No Tackle                                           5 • Tackle
                                                                                           3:00-5:00 p.m.                                          3:00-5:00 p.m.

                                                              20                      21                        22                        23                         24                       25                      26
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                                                              27                      28                        29                        30                         31 APRIL                   1                      2
                                                                     6 • Tackle            Pro Day                       7 • No Tackle                                      8 • Scrimmage
                                                                     3:00-5:00 p.m.        TBA                           3:00-5:00 p.m.                                     5:00-7:00 p.m.

                                                                 3                    4                         5                         6                            7                        8                      9

                                                                                           9 • Tackle                                              10 • No Tackle                                   11 • Scrimmage
                                                                                           3:00-5:00 p.m.                                          3:00-5:00 p.m.                                   10:00 a.m.-Noon

                                                              10                      11                        12                        13                         14                       15                      16

                                                                                           12 • Tackle                                             13 • No Tackle           14 • No Pads            15 • Spring Game
                                                                                           3:00-5:00 p.m.                                          3:00-5:00 p.m.           4:30-5:30 p.m.          1:00 p.m.



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                                                                                Fast Facts & Contacts
  UTAH FAST FACTS                                        DEPARTMENT PHONE NUMBERS                           FOOTBALL FACTS
  Loca on: Salt Lake City                                Athle cs Department: (801) 581-8171                UTAH SCHEMES
  Metro Popula on: 1,124,197                             Football Office: (801) 581-7684                      Offense: Mul ple
  Eleva on: 4,657 feet above sea level                   Sports Informa on: (801) 581-3510/3511/8302        Defense: 4-3
  President: Michael K. Young                            Stadium Press Box: 801-581-4783/8210
  Director of Athle cs: Dr. Chris Hill                   Ticket Office: (801) 581-8849                        STARTERS RETURNING: 13




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  Governing Body: Board of Trustees &                    SID Fax: (801) 581-4358                            Offense: 7
     Board of Regents                                    Football Fax: (801) 585-3808                       Defense: 5
  Founded: 1850                                                                                             Kickers: 1
  Enrollment: 30,084
  Nickname: Utes                                         REVIEWING 2010                                     LETTERMEN RETURNING: 52
  Colors: Red & White (pms 187)                                                                             Offense: 23
  Mascot: Swoop (red-tailed hawk)                        Record: 10-3 (7-1 MWC)                             Defense: 26
  Stadium: Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,017)                  Na onal Rank: No. 23 (Coaches), RV (AP)            Kicking: 3
  Surface: FieldTurf                                     Postseason: MAACO Bowl Las Vegas
  Indoor Facility: Spence Eccles Field House             Bowl Result: Lost to Boise State, 26-3             LETTERMEN LOST: 26
  Website: www.UtahUtes.com
  Conference: Pacific-12                                                                                     STARTERS LOST: 13


CONTACT INFORMATION
FOOTBALL COACHES                                                  POSITON
Chow, Norm                                                        Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends
Davis, Tim                                                        Offensive Line
Elisaia, Doug                                                     Strength & Condi oning
Hill, Jay                                                         Cornerbacks/Special Teams Coordinator
Johnson, Brian                                                    Quarterbacks
Kauha’aha’a, Chad                                                 Defensive Line
Roderick, Aaron                                                   Receivers
Scalley, Morgan                                                   Safe es/Recrui ng Coordinator
Schramm, Dave                                                     Running Backs
Sitake, Kalani                                                    Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
Whi ngham, Kyle                                                   Head Coach

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION                                           OFFICE              EMAIL
Abel, Liz, Associate Athle cs Director (SID)                      801-581-3511        label@huntsman.utah.edu
Argust, Ann, Assistant A.D. (Marke ng)                            801-585-5692        aargust@huntsman.utah.edu
Bowman, Mary, Associate A.D. (SWA)                                801-585-6850        mbowman@huntsman.utah.edu
Brennan, Kyle, Assistant A.D. (Compliance)                        801-585-3819        kbrennan@huntsman.utah.edu
Hill, Dr. Chris, Athle cs Director                                801-581-3508        chill@huntsman.utah.edu
Knuth, Doug, Associate A.D. (External Rela ons)                   801-585-0446        dknuth@huntsman.utah.edu
Lassiter, Zack, Assistant A.D. (Revenue Genera on/Ticke ng)       801-581-6632        zlassiter@huntsman.utah.edu
Oliszczak, Pete, Associate A.D. (Internal Opera ons)              801-587-7629        poliszczak@huntsman.utah.edu
Pyne, Steve, Director of Events and Facili es                     801-585-5054        spyne@huntsman.utah.edu

COMMUNICATIONS STAFF                                              OFFICE              CELL                 EMAIL
Abel, Liz, Director (Football)                                    801-581-3511        801-209-6346         label@huntsman.utah.edu
DeVine, Mike, Assistant Director                                  801-581-8997        801-580-4502         mdevine@huntsman.utah.edu
Frederickson, Brooke, Assistant Director                          801-581-8302        801-493-9254         bfrederickson@huntsman.utah.edu
Harris, Kyle, Associate Director                                  801-581-3771        801-580-4411         kharris@huntsman.utah.edu
Lageschulte, Mike, Special Projects Coordinator                   801-587-9162        801-557-2322         mlages@huntsman.utah.edu
Sturgeon, Kate, Communica ons Coordinator                         801-581-3510                             ksturgeon@huntsman.utah.edu

FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF                                            OFFICE              CELL                 EMAIL
Alford, Aaron, Director of High School Rela ons                   801-585-7014        801-647-2971         aalford@huntsman.utah.edu
Buchanan, Helen, Administra ve Assistant                          801-587-8355                             hbuchanan@huntsman.utah.edu
Campbell, Todd, Video Coordinator                                 801-585-3804                             tcampbell@huntsman.utah.edu
Holt, Kristy, Event Services (stadium)                            801-585-1018        801-554-8625         kholt@stadium.utah.edu
Rudy, Jeff, Football Opera ons                                     801-581-8563        801-231-6779         jrudy@huntsman.utah.edu
Silvestri, Paul, Assistant Athle cs Trainer (Football)            801-581-6630                             psilvestri@huntsman.utah.edu
Shari , Kelly, Dir. of Equipment Opera ons                        801-581-8449                             kshari @huntsman.utah.edu


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                                           Personnel Picture
                                           ALL-AMERICA                         STARTERS RETURNING (13)                                            SQUAD (NON LETTER) RETURNERS (10)
                                           CANDIDATES                          OFFENSE (7)                                                        Kalen Adams, LB; Darron Brown, RB; Wise Cilumba, RB;
                                                                               LT    77     John Cullen (6-5, 295, Sr., 1VL)                      Jake Cook, RB; Eric Dago, DE; Olivier Diansongi, DB;
                                           Tony Bergstrom, OL                  RG 54        Tevita Stevens* (6-1, 298, Jr., 2VL)                  Kenneth Golladay, K; Coleman Petersen, K/P; Jamal
                                           Brian Blechen, LB                   RT    70     Tony Bergstrom (6-6, 315, Sr., 3VL)                   Smith, DB; LT Tuipulotu, DT.
                                                                               QB 3         Jordan Wynn (6-1, 195, Jr., 2VL)
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                                                                               WR 10        DeVonte Christopher (6-1, 195, Jr., 2VL)
                                           ALL-PAC-12                          WR 11        Luke Ma hews* (6-1, 206, Jr., 2VL)
                                                                                                                                                  2011 RECRUITS (23)
                                           CANDIDATES                          TE    81     Kendrick Moeai (6-5, 245, Jr., 2VL)
                                                                                                                                                  Siaosi Aiono, OL; Isaac Asiata, OL; Tevita Bloomfield, LB;
                                                                               *Stevens is now at center; Ma hews is now at RB.
                                                                                                                                                  Zach Bolton, OL; Joseph Bryant, DB; Anthony Denham,
                                           Tony Bergstrom, OL                                                                                     WR; Nate Fakahafua, DE; Seni Fauonuku, DL;
                                           Brian Blechen, LB                   DEFENSE (5)
                                                                                                                                                  Charles Henderson, WR; Benji Kemoeatu, OL; Daniel
                                           John Cullen, OL                     LE    90     Derrick Shelby (6-3, 263, Sr., 3VL)
                                                                                                                                                  Kristensen, OL; Harvey Langi, RB; Keith McGill, DB; Daniel
                                           Star Lotulelei, DL                  NT 44        Dave Kruger (6-5, 280, Jr., 2VL)
                                                                                                                                                  Nielson, OL; Jared Norris, LB; Jarrell Oliver, RB; Po’u
                                           Jordan Wynn, QB                     RLB 52       Ma Mar nez (6-0, 224, Sr., 2VL)
                                                                                                                                                  Palelei, OL; Quinton Pedroza, WR; Jordan Robles, OL; Eric
                                                                               MLB 32       Chaz Walker (6-0, 216, Sr., 3VL)
                                                                                                                                                  Rowe, DB; Tyler Shreve, QB; Travis S ll, WR; John White
                                                                               SS    4      Brian Blechen* (6-2, 222, So., 1VL)
                                           2010 ALL-MOUNTAIN                   *Blechen is now at LB
                                                                                                                                                  IV, RB.
                                           WEST CONFERENCE
                                           PLAYERS                             KICKERS (1)                                                        2011 WALK-ONS
                                                                               P     86      Sean Sellwood (6-3, 200, Jr., 2VL)
                                                                                                                                                  Kaeo Alo, RB; Afa Bridens ne, LB; David Carter, WR;
                                           FIRST-TEAM
                                                                               LETTERMEN RETURNING (52)                                           Phil Hinson, WR; Zach Liston, WR; Thre on Palamo, RB;
                                           Caleb Schlauderaff, OL
                                                                                                                                                  Ronan Rogers, DB; Samu Sitake, OL; Andy St. Pierre, LB;
                                           Zane Taylor, OL
                                                                                                                                                  Cameron Taylor, TE; Sam Tuione, DL; Lewis Walker, DB.
                                           Chris an Cox, DL                    OFFENSE (22)
                                           Joe Phillips, K                     Tony Bergstrom, OL; Sam Brenner, OL; Beau Burton,
                                                                               RB; DeVonte Christopher, WR; John Cullen, OL; Reggie               STARTERS LOST (13)
                                           SECOND-TEAM                         Dunn, WR; Sean Fitzgerald, WR; Vyncent Jones, OL; Luke
                                           Tony Bergstrom, OL                  Ma hews, RB; Griff McNabb, WR; Kendrick Moeai, TE;                  OFFENSE (6)
                                           Jereme Brooks, WR                   Dexter Ransom, WR; Mychal Robinson, RB; Griff Robles,               LG 72 Caleb Schlauderaff (6-4, 300, All-American)
                                           Brandon Burton, DB                  QB; Dallin Rogers, TE; Kapua Sai, OL; Tevita Stevens, OL;          C 77 Zane Taylor (6-2, 309, 1st-team all-conference)
                                           Shaky Smithson, RET                 Percy Taumoelau, OL; Jeremiah Tofaeono, OL; Westlee                RB 4 Ma Asiata (5-11, 230, 155 rush, 695 yds, 8TD)
                                           Chaz Walker, LB                     Tonga, TE; Ron Tongaonevai, OL; Jordan Wynn, QB.                      36 Eddie Wide (5-10, 195, 149 rush, 717 yds, 11 TD)
                                                                                                                                                  WR 85 Jereme Brooks (5-7, 170, 51 rec, 633 yds, 4 TD)
                                           HONORABLE MENTION                   DEFENSE (27)                                                       WR 1 Shaky Smithson (5-11, 202, 25 rec, 383 yds, 3 TD)
                                           Brian Blechen, DB*                  James Aiono, DT; Boo Andersen, LB; Greg Bird, DB;
                                           Lamar Chapman, DB                   Conroy Black, DB; Brian Blechen, LB; Quade Chappuis,               DEFENSE (6)
                                           DeVonte Christopher, WR             DB; Dave Fagergren, LB; Tevita Finau, DL; Wykie Freeman,           T     98   Sealver Siliga (6-3, 305, 41 tkl, 4.0 TFL, 1.5 sack)
                                           Ma Mar nez, LB                      DB; Latu Heimuli, DT; Mike Honeycu , DB; Dave Kruger,              RE    94   Chris an Cox (6-3, 250, 53 tkl, 8.5 TFL, 4.0 sack)
                                           Sealver Siliga, DL                  DL; Joe Kruger, DE; Ryan Lacy, DB; Star Lotulelei, DT;             SLB   18   Chad Manis (6-5, 235, 51 tkl, 2.5 TFL)
                                                                               Ma Mar nez, LB; Joape Pela, DT; Trevor Reilly, LB;                 CB    27   Brandon Burton (6-0, 185, 51 tkl, 2 INT, 8 PBU)
                                           *Has moved to LB                    Derrick Shelby, DE; Ben Soliven, DB; Victor Spikes, LB;            CB    21   Lamar Chapman (5-8, 176, 67 tkl, 10.5 TFL, 6.5 sack)
                                           Italics indicate returner           Lei Talamaivao, DE; Reggie Topps, DB; Chaz Walker, LB;             FS    33   Jus n Taplin-Ross (6-3, 214, 62 tkl, 4.5 TFL, 2 INT)
                                                                               Michael Walker, DB; Chris Washington, DB; J.J. Williams, LB.

                                                                               KICKING (3)                                                        KICKER (1)
                                                                               Patrick Greene, SN; Nick Marsh, K/P; Sean Sellwood, P.             K     39 Joe Phillips (5-11, 192, 13-17 FG, 55-56 PAT)


                                                                               2010 REDSHIRTS (21)                                                LETTERMEN LOST (26)
                                                                               Dres Anderson, WR; V.J. Fehoko, LB; Jason Gardner,                 Neli A’asa, DT; Ma Asiata, RB; Shawn Asiata, RB; Jereme
                                                                               OL; Marco Gupton, RB; Jacoby Hale, LB; Chandler                    Brooks, WR; Daniel Bukarau, OL; Brandon Burton, DB;
                                                                               Johnson, WR; Mo Lee, WR; Devin Mickles, DB; Max                    Terrance Cain, QB; Lamar Chapman, DB; Brad Clifford,
                                                                               Moala, RB; Tyron Morris-Edwards, DB; Jake Murphy,                  TE; Chris an Cox, DE; Chad Manis, LB; Fatu Moala, WR;
                                                                               TE; Damian Payne, DB; Lucky Radley, RB; Terrell Reese,             Joe Phillips, K; Caleb Schlauderaff, OL; Sausan Shakerin,
                                                                               DB; David Rolf, DE; Kenneth Sco , WR; Joseph Smith,                RB; Sealver Siliga, DT; Shaky Smithson, WR; Jus n Taplin-
                                                                               DB; J.T. Strong, LB; Aus n Taylor, LB; David Toth, OL; Karl        Ross, DB; Zane Taylor, OL; Lolo Tenifa, DB (2009); Junior
                                                                               Williams, RB.                                                      Tui’one, DE; Tauni Vakapuna, RB; Walter Wa s, OL; Tyler
                                                                                                                                                  Whi ngham, DB; Eddie Wide, RB; Kamaron Yancy, DB.




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                                                     2011 Spring Depth Chart
OFFENSE                                         DEFENSE                                             SPECIAL TEAMS
LEFT TACKLE                                     LEFT END                                            PUNTER
77   John Cullen (6-5, 295, Sr., 1VL)           44   Dave Kruger (6-5, 280, Jr., 2VL) OR            86   Sean Sellwood (6-3, 200, Jr., 2VL)
56   Kapua Sai (6-5, 307, So., 1VL)             97   Tevita Finau (6-5, 288, Sr., 1VL)              30   Nick Marsh (5-11, 190, So., 1VL)
                                                47   David Rolf (6-3, 241, Jr., RS)
LEFT GUARD                                                                                          PLACE KICKER




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74   Sam Brenner (6-3, 300, Jr., 2VL)           TACKLE                                              30   Nick Marsh (5-11, 190, So., 1VL)
59   Ron Tongaonevai (6-3, 309, Jr., 1VL)       91   James Aiono (6-4, 290, Sr., 1VL)               92   Coleman Petersen (6-2, 191, Jr., SQ)
                                                63   Joape Pela (6-2, 285, Jr., 1VL)
CENTER                                                                                              KICKOFFS
54   Tevita Stevens (6-1, 298, Jr., 2VL)        NOSE TACKLE                                         30   Nick Marsh (5-11, 190, So., 1VL)
64   Vyncent Jones (6-3, 295, So., 1VL)         92   Star Lotulelei (6-4, 310, Jr., 1VL)            92   Coleman Petersen (6-2, 191, Jr., SQ)
                                                58   LT Tuipulotu (6-1, 300, So., SQ)
RIGHT GUARD                                                                                         LONG SNAPPER
76   Jeremiah Tofaeono (6-3, 312, So., 1VL)     RIGHT END                                           62   Patrick Greene (6-2, 227, Jr., 2VL)
57   Isaac Asiata (6-3, 313, Fr., HS)           90   Derrick Shelby (6-3, 263, Sr., 3VL) OR         80   Westlee Tonga (6-4, 243, So., 1VL)
                                                99   Joe Kruger (6-7, 264, So., 1VL)
RIGHT TACKLE                                    53   Eric Dago (6-2, 243, So., SQ)                  SHORT SNAPPER
70   Tony Bergstrom (6-6, 315, Sr., 3VL)                                                            62   Patrick Greene (6-2, 227, Jr., 2VL)
79   Percy Taumoelau (6-4, 312, So., 1VL)       ROVER LINEBACKER                                    54   Tevita Stevens (6-1, 298, Jr., 2VL)
                                                52 Ma Mar nez (6-0, 224, Sr., 2VL) OR
QUARTERBACK*                                    13* J.J. Williams* (6-0, 220, Sr., 3VL)             HOLDER
3* Jordan Wynn* (6-1, 195, Jr., 2VL)            40 Jacoby Hale (6-0, 219, Fr., RS)                  86   Sean Sellwood (6-3, 200, Jr., 2VL)
12 Griff Robles (6-4, 230, So., 1VL) OR                                                              10   DeVonte Christopher (6-1, 195, Jr., 2VL)
8     Tyler Shreve (6-3, 213, Fr. HS)           MIDDLE LINEBACKER
*Will miss spring ball due to injury            32 Chaz Walker (6-0, 216, Sr., 3VL) OR              PUNT RETURNS
                                                13* J.J. Williams* (6-0, 220, Sr., 3VL)             16   Griff McNabb (5-8, 166, So., 1VL)
RUNNING BACK                                    7     V.J. Fehoko (6-0, 220, Fr., RS)               87   Dres Anderson (6-1, 170, Fr., RS) OR
15   John White IV (5-9, 190, Jr., JC) OR       *Will miss spring ball due to injury                14   Reggie Dunn (6-0, 170, Jr., 1VL)
21   Harvey Langi (6-1, 221, Fr., HS) OR
22   Thre on Palamo (6-2, 237, So., HS)         STUD LINEBACKER                                     KICKOFF RETURNS
                                                4    Brian Blechen (6-2, 222, So., 1VL)             14   Reggie Dunn (6-0, 170, Jr., 1VL)
FULLBACK                                        49   Trevor Reilly (6-5, 230, So., 1VL) OR          10   DeVonte Christopher (6-1, 195, Jr., 2VL)
11   Luke Ma hews (6-1, 206, Jr., 2VL) OR       31   Victor Spikes (6-0, 219, Jr., 2VL)             26   Ryan Lacy (5-10, 185, Jr., 1VL)
82   Jake Murphy (6-4, 256, Fr., RS)                                                                15   John White IV (5-9, 190, Jr., JC)
                                                CORNERBACK
WIDE RECEIVER-X                                 26   Ryan Lacy (5-10, 185, Jr., 1VL)
10   DeVonte Christopher (6-1, 195, Jr., 2VL)   23   Wykie Freeman (5-11, 172, So., 1VL)
88   Dexter Ransom (6-3, 218, Sr., 1VL) OR
2    Kenneth Sco (6-3, 204, Fr., RS)            CORNERBACK
                                                9    Conroy Black (6-0, 184, Sr., 1VL)
WIDE RECEIVER                                   24   Jamal Smith (6-2, 190, So., SQ)
14   Reggie Dunn (6-0, 170, Jr., 1VL)
87   Dres Anderson (6-1, 170, Fr., RS)          NICKEL BACK
                                                28   Reggie Topps (5-11, 187, Jr., 2VL)
TIGHT END                                       20   Joseph Smith (5-9, 187, Fr., RS) OR
81   Kendrick Moeai (6-5, 245, Jr., 2VL)        25   Mike Honeycu (5-10, 179, So., 1VL)
80   Westlee Tonga (6-4, 243, So., 1VL)
                                                FREE SAFETY
                                                33   Terrell Reese (6-0, 209, Fr., RS) OR
                                                5    Damian Payne (6-0, 200, Fr., RS)

                                                STRONG SAFETY
                                                15   Michael Walker (5-9, 186, So., 1VL)
                                                19   Quade Chappuis (5-11, 196, So., 1VL)




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                                           2011 Alphabetical Roster
                                           No.   Name                       Pos.        Hgt.       Wgt.   Yr.   Exp.   B-Date     Age   Hometown/Previous School
                                           39    Kalen Adams                LB          6-0        220    So.   SQ     1-26-88    23    Kaysville, Utah/Weber State
                                           91    James Aiono                DT          6-4        290    Sr.   1VL    1-23-89    22    West Valley City, Utah/Snow College
                                           34    Kaeo Alo                   RB                     228    So.   JC     11-1-88    22    Orem, Utah/Arizona Western College
                                           45    Boo Andersen               LB          6-1        235    Jr.   2VL    12-14-89   21    Sandy, Utah/Alta HS
                                           87    Dres Anderson              WR          6-1        170    Fr.   RS     7-20-92    19    Riverside, Calif./JW North HS
                                           57    Isaac Asiata               OL          6-3        313    Fr.   HS     12-29-92   18    Spanish Fork, Utah/Spanish Fork HS
                                           70    Tony Bergstrom             OL          6-6        315    Sr.   3VL    8-8-86     25    Salt Lake City/Skyline HS
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                                           35    Greg Bird                  DB          6-2        213    Sr.   3VL    6-17-86    25    Mesa, Ariz./Red Mountain HS
                                           9     Conroy Black               DB          6-0        184    Sr.   1VL    10-31-88   22    Miramar, Fla./Fullerton CC
                                           4     Brian Blechen              LB          6-2        222    So.   1VL    9-30-91    19    Moorpark, Calif./Moorpark HS
                                           75    Zach Bolton                OL          6-2        290    Fr.   HS     8-28-92    19    Houston, Texas/Klein Forest HS
                                           74    Sam Brenner                OL          6-3        300    Jr.   2VL    4-27-90    21    Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside HS
                                           48    Afa Bridens ne             LB                            Fr.   HS     4-12-88    23    Kahuku, Hawaii/Kahuku HS
                                           35    Darron Brown               RB                     219    Sr.   SQ     5-11-88    23    East Palo Alto, Calif./DeAnza College
                                           38    Beau Burton                RB          5-9        206    So.   1VL    8-3-91     20    Sco sdale, Ariz./Saguaro HS
                                           9     David Carter               WR                     177    Sr.   TR     7-17-90    21    Inglewood, Calif./West Liberty State
                                           19    Quade Chappuis             DB          5-11       196    So.   1VL    11-16-90   19    Alpine, Utah/Lone Peak HS
                                           10    DeVonte Christopher        WR          6-1        195    Jr.   2VL    4-17-90    21    Las Vegas, Nev./Canyon Springs HS
                                           48    Wise Cilumba               RB                     231    Sr.   SQ     10-3-87    23    Fort Worth, Texas/Tyler JC
                                           27    Jake Cook                  RB          5-10       192    So.   SQ     12-2-88    22    Salt Lake City/East HS
                                           77    John Cullen                OL          6-5        295    Sr.   1VL    5-16-90    21    La Mirada, Calif./Fullerton College
                                           53    Eric Dago                  DE          6-2        243    So.   SQ     2-24-90    21    Houston, Texas/Westside HS
                                           14    Olivier Diansongi          DB          5-11       181    So.   SQ     4-2-90     21    Salt Lake City/ Highland HS
                                           14    Reggie Dunn                WR          6-0        170    Jr.   1VL    1-5-89     22    Compton, Calif./Compton CC
                                           51    Dave Fagergren             LB          6-0        219    Jr.   1VL    1-16-88    23    Salt Lake City/Southern Utah
                                           7     V.J. Fehoko                LB          6-0        220    Fr.   RS     8-5-91     20    Honolulu, Hawaii/Farrington HS
                                           97    Tevita Finau               DL          6-5        288    Sr.   1VL    1-13-86    25    Lahaina, Hawaii/Phoenix College
                                           83    Sean Fitzgerald            WR          6-3        205    So.   1VL    4-28-88    23    Mission Viejo, Calif./Mission Viejo HS
                                           23    Wykie Freeman              DB          5-11       172    So.   1VL    1-27-92    19    Pasadena, Texas/Pasadena Memorial HS
                                           67    Jason Gardner              OL          6-3        284    Fr.   RS     8-7-91     20    Ada, Mich./Forest Hills Eastern HS
                                           6     Kenneth Golladay           K           5-9        183    Sr.   SQ     2-4-87     24    Mesa, Ariz./Eastern Arizona College
                                           62    Patrick Greene             SN          6-2        227    Jr.   2VL    2-20-90    21    Monrovia, Calif./Monrovia HS
                                           31    Marco Gupton               RB                     209    Fr.   RS     10-21-90   20    Salisbury, N.C./West Rowan HS
                                           40    Jacoby Hale                LB          6-0        219    Fr.   RS     4-21-92    19    Beaumont, Texas/Beaumont Central HS
                                           18    Phil Hinson                WR                     181    Jr.   JC     2-3-90     21    Salt Lake City/Snow College
                                           68    Latu Heimuli               DT          6-3        310    So.   1VL    5-27-91    20    Salt Lake City/Highland HS
                                           25    Mike Honeycu               DB          5-10       179    So.   1VL    8-18-88    23    Cedar Hills, Utah/Lone Peak HS
                                           30    Chandler Johnson           WR          5-11       174    Fr.   RS     1-3-92     19    South Jordan, Utah/Copper Hills HS
                                           64    Vyncent Jones              OL          6-3        295    So.   1VL    9-18-90    20    Sandy, Utah/Jordan HS
                                           44    Dave Kruger                DL          6-5        280    Jr.   2VL    5-17-90    21    Orem, Utah/Timpanogos HS
                                           99    Joe Kruger                 DE          6-7        264    So.   1VL    6-4-92     19    Orem, Utah/Pleasant Grove HS
                                           26    Ryan Lacy                  DB          5-10       185    Jr.   1VL    9-5-90     20    Antelope, Calif./Oakmont HS
                                           21    Harvey Langi               RB          6-1        221    Fr.   HS     9-24-92    18    South Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS
                                           17    Mo Lee                     WR          6-1        193    Jr.   RS     8-10-89    22    Miami, Fla./Palomar CC
                                           85    Zach Liston                WR                     183    Fr.   HS     11-19-91   19    Sandy, Utah/Alta HS
                                           92    Star Lotulelei             DT          6-4        310    Jr.   1VL    12-20-89   21    South Jordan, Utah/Snow College
                                           30    Nick Marsh                 K/P         5-11       190    So.   1VL    9-5-91     19    Petaluma, Calif./Petaluma HS
                                           52    Ma Mar nez                 LB          6-0        224    Sr.   2VL    1-21-88    23    Murray, Utah/Co onwood HS
                                           11    Luke Ma hews               RB          6-1        206    Jr.   2VL    11-10-89   21    Phoenix, Ariz./Desert Vista HS
                                           16    Griff McNabb                WR          5-8        166    So.   1VL    2-25-88    23    Pocatello, Idaho/Highland HS
                                           12    Devin Mickles              DB          5-9        170    Fr.   RS     10-20-91   19    Ogden, Utah/Bonneville HS
                                           47    Max Moala                  RB          5-11       243    Jr.   RS     7-28-87    24    Salt Lake City/Weber State
                                           81    Kendrick Moeai             TE          6-5        245    Jr.   2VL    3-28-90    21    West Jordan, Utah/Copper Hills HS
                                           18    Tyron Morris-Edwards       DB          6-1        198    Fr.   RS     7-1-92     19    Draper, Utah/Alta HS
                                           82    Jake Murphy                TE/FB       6-4        256    Fr.   RS     9-21-89    21    Alpine, Utah/American Fork HS
                                           78    Daniel Nielson             OL          6-6        321    Fr.   HS     4-28-93    18    Hurricane, Utah/Hurricane HS
                                           22    Thre on Palamo             RB          6-2        237    So.   HS     9-22-88    22    Sacramento, Calif./Davis HS
                                           5     Damian Payne               DB          6-0        200    Fr.   RS     5-30-92    19    Houston, Texas/Klein Forest HS
                                           63    Joape Pela                 DT          6-2        285    Jr.   1VL    5-18-88    23    East Palo Alto, Calif./Foothill JC
                                           92    Coleman Petersen           K/P         6-2        191    Jr.   SQ     3-31-88    22    Sandy, Utah/Brighton HS
                                           44    Lucky Radley               RB          5-9        182    Fr.   RS     2-22-92    19    Inglewood, Calif./Ta HS
                                           88    Dexter Ransom              WR          6-3        218    Sr.   1VL    6-6-89     22    Seguin, Texas/Blinn CC


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                                          2011 Alphabetical Roster
No.   Name                Pos.    Hgt.   Wgt.   Yr.    Exp.       B-Date         Age       Hometown/Previous School
33    Terrell Reese       DB      6-0    209    Fr.    RS         8-30-92        19        Chappell Hill, Texas/Brenham HS
49    Trevor Reilly       LB      6-5    230    So.    1VL        1-17-88        23        Valley Center, Calif./Valley Center HS
29    Mychal Robinson     RB      5-8    197    Sr.    3VL        12-9-88        22        Salt Lake City/Juan Diego HS
12    Griff Robles         QB      6-4    230    So.    1VL        7-1-88         23        Spanish Fork, Utah/Spanish Fork HS
89    Dallin Rogers       TE      6-4    240    Jr.    2VL        8-23-89        22        Placerville, Calif./Union Mine HS
46    Ronan Rogers        DB             202    Fr.    HS         3-18-89        22        South Jordan, Utah/USMA Prep School
47    David Rolf          DE      6-3    241    Jr.    RS         4-16-90        21        Salt Lake City/Michigan State




                                                                                                                                              2 0 1 1 S P R I NG P R O S P E C T U S
56    Kapua Sai           OL      6-5    307    So.    1VL        12-21-90       20        Kahalu’u, Hawaii/St. Louis HS
2     Kenneth Sco         WR      6-3    204    Fr.    RS         9-19-92        18        Fontana, Calif./Colony HS
86    Sean Sellwood       P       6-3    200    Jr.    2VL        7-11-90        21        Salt Lake City/Judge Memorial HS
90    Derrick Shelby      DE      6-3    263    Sr.    3VL        2-7-89         22        Houston, Texas/Hightower HS
73    Samu Sitake         OL             295    Jr.    JC         5-18-87        24        Sandy, Utah/Snow College
8     Tyler Shreve        QB      6-3    213    Fr.    HS         9-15-91        19        Highland, Calif./Redlands East Valley HS
24    Jamal Smith         DB      6-2    190    So.    SQ         3-29-91        20        Oxnard, Calif./Oxnard HS
20    Joseph Smith        DB      5-9    187    Fr.    RS         12-11-91       19        Corona, Calif./Norco HS
1     Ben Soliven         DB      5-9    185    Jr.    1VL        8-3-86         25        Waipahu, Hawaii/St. Louis HS
31    Victor Spikes       LB      6-0    219    Jr.    2VL        5-31-90        21        Beaumont, Texas/ Beaumont Central HS
41    Andy St. Pierre     LB             199    Fr.    HS         8-3-89         22        Highlands Ranch, Colo./Rock Canyon HS
54    Tevita Stevens      OL      6-1    298    Jr.    2VL        7-4-87         24        Hemet, Calif./Hemet HS
55    J.T. Strong         LB      6-0    226    Fr.    RS         1-17-92        19        Salt Lake City/Brighton HS
43    Lei Talamaivao      DE      6-2    265    Sr.    2VL        9-20-88        22        Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Rancho Cucamonga HS
79    Percy Taumoelau     OL      6-4    312    So.    1VL        10-30-90       20        Glendale, Utah/Co onwood HS
50    Aus n Taylor        LB      6-0    220    Fr.    RS         9-18-88        23        Kaysville, Utah/ Davis HS
84    Cameron Taylor      TE             227    Fr.    HS         9-19-89        22        Sandy, Utah/Skyline HS
76    Jeremiah Tofaeono   OL      6-3    312    So.    1VL        3-5-91         20        Las Vegas, Nev./Cheyenne HS
80    Westlee Tonga       TE/FB   6-4    243    So.    1VL        7-29-88        23        Spring, Texas/Spring HS
59    Ron Tongaonevai     OL      6-3    309    Jr.    1VL        12-17-85       25        West Valley City, Utah/Snow College
28    Reggie Topps        DB      5-11   187    Jr.    2VL        12-19-88       22        Prunedale, Calif./N. Monterey County HS
49    David Toth          OL      6-4    267    Fr.    RS         9-30-89        21        Cli on, Va./Centreville HS
65    Sam Tuione          DL             282    Fr.    HS         10-13-88       22        South Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS
58    LT Tuipulotu        DT      6-1    300    So.    SQ         8-3-90         21        Euless, Texas/Trinity HS
32    Chaz Walker         LB      6-0    216    Sr.    3VL        9-30-88        22        Farmington, Utah/Davis HS
36    Lewis Walker        DB             167    Jr.    TR         3-1-90         21        Salt Lake City, Utah/Hawaii
15    Michael Walker      DB      5-9    186    So.    1VL        5-15-92        19        Brenham, Texas/Brenham HS
37    Chris Washington    DB      6-0    205    So.    1VL        11-11-91       19        Layton, Utah/Northridge HS
15    John White IV       RB      5-9    190    Jr.    JC         4-7-91         20        Torrance, Calif./L.A. Harbor College
13    J.J. Williams       LB      6-0    220    Sr.    3VL        2-26-86        25        Aurora, Colo./Grandview HS
37    Karl Williams       RB      6-0    230    So.    RS         7-17-90        21        Layton, Utah/Southern Utah
3     Jordan Wynn         QB      6-1    195    Jr.    2VL        7-5-90         21        Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside HS



COMING IN THE FALL
      Name                Pos.    Hgt.   Wgt.   Yr.    Exp.       B-Date         Age       Hometown/Previous School
      Siaosi Aiono        OL      6-2    290    Fr.    HS         5-16-93        18        West Covina, Calif./South Hills HS
      Tevita Bloomfield    LB      6-0    230    Fr.    HS         8-8-93         18        West Valley City, Utah/Hunter HS
      Joseph Bryant       DB      6-4    194    Fr.    HS         4-26-93        18        Bryan, Texas/Bryan HS
      Anthony Denham      WR      6-4    231    Jr.    JC         7-21-91        20        Monterey Park, Calif./East L.A. College
      Nate Fakahafua      DE      6-3    196    Fr.    HS         1-5-93         18        Salt Lake City/Highland HS
      Seni Fauonuku       DL      6-0    290    Fr.    HS         4-30-93        18        West Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS
      Charles Henderson   WR      5-9    172    Fr.    HS         2-3-93         18        New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35 HS
      Benji Kemoeatu      OL      6-5    350    Jr.    JC         11-8-90        20        Kahuku, Hawaii/Lackawanna CC
      Daniel Kristensen   OL      6-5    257    Fr.    HS         3-30-93        18        Salt Lake City/Co onwood HS
      Keith McGill        DB      6-3    200    Jr.    JC         4-9-89         22        La Mirada, Calif./Cerritos College
      Jared Norris        LB      6-1    232    Fr.    HS         7-19-93        18        Bakersfield, Calif./Centennial HS
      Jarrell Oliver      RB      5-9    210    Fr.    HS         4-29-93        18        Sugar Land, Texas/Dulles HS
      Po’u Palelei        OL      6-5    380     Jr.   JC         11-4-88        22        Las Vegas, Nev./Salt Lake CC
      Quinton Pedroza     WR      6-2    211    Fr.    HS         5-12-93        18        Chino, Calif./Chino HS
      Jordan Robles       OL      6-5    257    Fr.    HS         9-21-92        18        Woodland Hills, Utah/Salem Hills HS
      Eric Rowe           DB      6-1    177    Fr.    HS         10-3-92        18        Spring, Texas/Klein HS
      Travis S ll         WR      6-1    194    Fr.    HS         12-11-92       18        Spanish Fork, Utah/Spanish Fork HS


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                                           2011 Numerical Roster
                                           No.   Name                       Pos.       Hgt.       Wgt.   Yr.   Exp.   B-Date     Age   Hometown/Previous School
                                           1     Ben Soliven                DB         5-9        185    Jr.   1VL    8-3-86     25    Waipahu, Hawaii/St. Louis HS
                                           2     Kenneth Sco                WR         6-3        204    Fr.   RS     9-19-92    18    Fontana, Calif./Colony HS
                                           3     Jordan Wynn                QB         6-1        195    Jr.   2VL    7-5-90     21    Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside HS
                                           4     Brian Blechen              LB         6-2        222    So.   1VL    9-30-91    19    Moorpark, Calif./Moorpark HS
                                           5     Damian Payne               DB         6-0        200    Fr.   RS     5-30-92    19    Houston, Texas/Klein Forest HS
                                           6     Kenneth Golladay           K          5-9        183    Sr.   SQ     2-4-87     24    Mesa, Ariz./Eastern Arizona College
                                           7     V.J. Fehoko                LB         6-0        220    Fr.   RS     8-5-91     20    Honolulu, Hawaii/Farrington HS
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                                           8     Tyler Shreve               QB         6-3        213    Fr.   HS     9-15-91    19    Highland, Calif./Redlands East Valley HS
                                           9     Conroy Black               DB         6-0        184    Sr.   1VL    10-31-88   22    Miramar, Fla./Fullerton CC
                                           9     David Carter               WR                    177    Sr.   TR     7-17-90    21    Inglewood, Calif./West Liberty State
                                           10    DeVonte Christopher        WR         6-1        195    Jr.   2VL    4-17-90    21    Las Vegas, Nev./Canyon Springs HS
                                           11    Luke Ma hews               RB         6-1        206    Jr.   2VL    11-10-89   21    Phoenix, Ariz./Desert Vista HS
                                           12    Devin Mickles              DB         5-9        170    Fr.   RS     10-20-91   19    Ogden, Utah/Bonneville HS
                                           12    Griff Robles                QB         6-4        230    So.   1VL    7-1-88     23    Spanish Fork, Utah/Spanish Fork HS
                                           13    J.J. Williams              LB         6-0        220    Sr.   3VL    2-26-86    25    Aurora, Colo./Grandview HS
                                           14    Olivier Diansongi          DB         5-11       181    So.   SQ     4-2-90     21    Salt Lake City/ Highland HS
                                           14    Reggie Dunn                WR         6-0        170    Jr.   1VL    1-5-89     22    Compton, Calif./Compton CC
                                           15    Michael Walker             DB         5-9        186    So.   1VL    5-15-92    19    Brenham, Texas/Brenham HS
                                           15    John White IV              RB         5-9        190    Jr.   JC     4-7-91     20    Torrance, Calif./L.A. Harbor College
                                           16    Griff McNabb                WR         5-8        166    So.   1VL    2-25-88    23    Pocatello, Idaho/Highland HS
                                           17    Mo Lee                     WR         6-1        193    Jr.   RS     8-10-89    22    Miami, Fla./Palomar CC
                                           18    Phil Hinson                WR                    181    Jr.   JC     2-3-90     21    Salt Lake City/Snow College
                                           18    Tyron Morris-Edwards       DB         6-1        198    Fr.   RS     7-1-92     19    Draper, Utah/Alta HS
                                           19    Quade Chappuis             DB         5-11       196    So.   1VL    11-16-90   19    Alpine, Utah/Lone Peak HS
                                           20    Joseph Smith               DB         5-9        187    Fr.   RS     12-11-91   19    Corona, Calif./Norco HS
                                           21    Harvey Langi               RB         6-1        221    Fr.   HS     9-24-92    18    South Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS
                                           22    Thre on Palamo             RB         6-2        237    So.   HS     9-22-88    22    Sacramento, Calif./Davis HS
                                           23    Wykie Freeman              DB         5-11       172    So.   1VL    1-27-92    19    Pasadena, Texas/Pasadena Memorial HS
                                           24    Jamal Smith                DB         6-2        190    So.   SQ     3-29-91    20    Oxnard, Calif./Oxnard HS
                                           25    Mike Honeycu               DB         5-10       179    So.   1VL    8-18-88    23    Cedar Hills, Utah/Lone Peak HS
                                           26    Ryan Lacy                  DB         5-10       185    Jr.   1VL    9-5-90     20    Antelope, Calif./Oakmont HS
                                           27    Jake Cook                  RB         5-10       192    So.   SQ     12-2-88    22    Salt Lake City/East HS
                                           28    Reggie Topps               DB         5-11       187    Jr.   2VL    12-19-88   22    Prunedale, Calif./N. Monterey County HS
                                           29    Mychal Robinson            RB         5-8        197    Sr.   3VL    12-9-88    22    Salt Lake City/Juan Diego HS
                                           30    Chandler Johnson           WR         5-11       174    Fr.   RS     1-3-92     19    South Jordan, Utah/Copper Hills HS
                                           30    Nick Marsh                 K/P        5-11       190    So.   1VL    9-5-91     19    Petaluma, Calif./Petaluma HS
                                           31    Marco Gupton               RB                    209    Fr.   RS     10-21-90   20    Salisbury, N.C./West Rowan HS
                                           31    Victor Spikes              LB         6-0        219    Jr.   2VL    5-31-90    21    Beaumont, Texas/ Beaumont Central HS
                                           32    Chaz Walker                LB         6-0        216    Sr.   3VL    9-30-88    22    Farmington, Utah/Davis HS
                                           33    Terrell Reese              DB         6-0        209    Fr.   RS     8-30-92    19    Chappell Hill, Texas/Brenham HS
                                           34    Kaeo Alo                   RB                    228    So.   JC     11-1-88    22    Orem, Utah/Arizona Western College
                                           35    Greg Bird                  DB         6-2        213    Sr.   3VL    6-17-86    25    Mesa, Ariz./Red Mountain HS
                                           35    Darron Brown               RB                    219    Sr.   SQ     5-11-88    23    East Palo Alto, Calif./DeAnza College
                                           36    Lewis Walker               DB                    167    Jr.   TR     3-1-90     21    Salt Lake City, Utah/Hawaii
                                           37    Chris Washington           DB         6-0        205    So.   1VL    11-11-91   19    Layton, Utah/Northridge HS
                                           37    Karl Williams              RB         6-0        230    So.   RS     7-17-90    21    Layton, Utah/Southern Utah
                                           38    Beau Burton                RB         5-9        206    So.   1VL    8-3-91     20    Sco sdale, Ariz./Saguaro HS
                                           39    Kalen Adams                LB         6-0        220    So.   SQ     1-26-88    23    Kaysville, Utah/Weber State
                                           40    Jacoby Hale                LB         6-0        219    Fr.   RS     4-21-92    19    Beaumont, Texas/Beaumont Central HS
                                           41    Andy St. Pierre            LB                    199    Fr.   HS     8-3-89     22    Highlands Ranch, Colo./Rock Canyon HS
                                           43    Lei Talamaivao             DE         6-2        265    Sr.   2VL    9-20-88    22    Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Rancho Cucamonga HS
                                           44    Dave Kruger                DL         6-5        280    Jr.   2VL    5-17-90    21    Orem, Utah/Timpanogos HS
                                           44    Lucky Radley               RB         5-9        182    Fr.   RS     2-22-92    19    Inglewood, Calif./Ta HS
                                           45    Boo Andersen               DB         6-1        235    Jr.   2VL    12-14-89   21    Sandy, Utah/Alta HS
                                           46    Ronan Rogers               DB                    202    Fr.   HS     3-18-89    22    South Jordan, Utah/USMA Prep School
                                           47    Max Moala                  RB         5-11       243    Jr.   RS     7-28-87    24    Salt Lake City/Weber State
                                           47    David Rolf                 DE         6-3        241    Jr.   RS     4-16-90    21    Salt Lake City/Michigan State
                                           48    Afa Bridens ne             LB                           Fr.   HS     4-12-88    23    Kahuku, Hawaii/Kahuku HS
                                           48    Wise Cilumba               RB                    231    Sr.   SQ     10-3-87    23    Fort Worth, Texas/Tyler JC
                                           49    Trevor Reilly              LB         6-5        230    So.   1VL    1-17-88    23    Valley Center, Calif./Valley Center HS
                                           49    David Toth                 OL         6-4        267    Fr.   RS     9-30-89    21    Cli on, Va./Centreville HS
                                           50    Aus n Taylor               LB         6-0        220    Fr.   RS     9-18-88    23    Kaysville, Utah/ Davis HS


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No.   Name                Pos.    Hgt.   Wgt.   Yr.    Exp.       B-Date         Age       Hometown/Previous School
51    Dave Fagergren      LB      6-0    219    Jr.    1VL        1-16-88        23        Salt Lake City/Southern Utah
52    Ma Mar nez          LB      6-0    224    Sr.    2VL        1-21-88        23        Murray, Utah/Co onwood HS
53    Eric Dago           DE      6-2    243    So.    SQ         2-24-90        21        Houston, Texas/Westside HS
54    Tevita Stevens      OL      6-1    298    Jr.    2VL        7-4-87         24        Hemet, Calif./Hemet HS
55    J.T. Strong         LB      6-0    226    Fr.    RS         1-17-92        19        Salt Lake City/Brighton HS
56    Kapua Sai           OL      6-5    307    So.    1VL        12-21-90       20        Kahalu’u, Hawaii/St. Louis HS
57    Isaac Asiata        OL      6-3    313    Fr.    HS         12-29-92       18        Spanish Fork, Utah/Spanish Fork HS




                                                                                                                                             2 0 1 1 S P R I NG P R O S P E C T U S
58    LT Tuipulotu        DT      6-1    300    So.    SQ         8-3-90         21        Euless, Texas/Trinity HS
59    Ron Tongaonevai     OL      6-3    309    Jr.    1VL        12-17-85       25        West Valley City, Utah/Snow College
62    Patrick Greene      SN      6-2    227    Jr.    2VL        2-20-90        21        Monrovia, Calif./Monrovia HS
63    Joape Pela          DT      6-2    285    Jr.    1VL        5-18-88        23        East Palo Alto, Calif./Foothill JC
64    Vyncent Jones       OL      6-3    295    So.    1VL        9-18-90        20        Sandy, Utah/Jordan HS
65    Sam Tuione          DL             282    Fr.    HS         10-13-88       22        South Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS
67    Jason Gardner       OL      6-3    284    Fr.    RS         8-7-91         20        Ada, Mich./Forest Hills Eastern HS
68    Latu Heimuli        DT      6-3    310    So.    1VL        5-27-91        20        Salt Lake City/Highland HS
70    Tony Bergstrom      OL      6-6    315    Sr.    3VL        8-8-86         25        Salt Lake City/Skyline HS
73    Samu Sitake         OL             295    Jr.    JC         5-18-87        24        Sandy, Utah/Snow College
74    Sam Brenner         OL      6-3    300    Jr.    2VL        4-27-90        21        Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside HS
75    Zach Bolton         OL      6-2    290    Fr.    HS         8-28-92        19        Houston, Texas/Klein Forest HS
76    Jeremiah Tofaeono   OL      6-3    312    So.    1VL        3-5-91         20        Las Vegas, Nev./Cheyenne HS
77    John Cullen         OL      6-5    295    Sr.    1VL        5-16-90        21        La Mirada, Calif./Fullerton College
78    Daniel Nielson      OL      6-6    321    Fr.    HS         4-28-93        18        Hurricane, Utah/Hurricane HS
79    Percy Taumoelau     OL      6-4    312    So.    1VL        10-30-90       20        Glendale, Utah/Co onwood HS
80    Westlee Tonga       TE/FB   6-4    243    So.    1VL        7-29-88        23        Spring, Texas/Spring HS
81    Kendrick Moeai      TE      6-5    245    Jr.    2VL        3-28-90        21        West Jordan, Utah/Copper Hills HS
82    Jake Murphy         TE/FB   6-4    256    Fr.    RS         9-21-89        21        Alpine, Utah/American Fork HS
83    Sean Fitzgerald     WR      6-3    205    So.    1VL        4-28-88        23        Mission Viejo, Calif./Mission Viejo HS
84    Cameron Taylor      TE             227    Fr.    HS         9-19-89        22        Sandy, Utah/Skyline HS
85    Zach Liston         WR             183    Fr.    HS         11-19-91       19        Sandy, Utah/Alta HS
86    Sean Sellwood       P       6-3    200    Jr.    2VL        7-11-90        21        Salt Lake City/Judge Memorial HS
87    Dres Anderson       WR      6-1    170    Fr.    RS         7-20-92        19        Riverside, Calif./JW North HS
88    Dexter Ransom       WR      6-3    218    Sr.    1VL        6-6-89         22        Seguin, Texas/Blinn CC
89    Dallin Rogers       TE      6-4    240    Jr.    2VL        8-23-89        22        Placerville, Calif./Union Mine HS
90    Derrick Shelby      DE      6-3    263    Sr.    3VL        2-7-89         22        Houston, Texas/Hightower HS
91    James Aiono         DT      6-4    290    Sr.    1VL        1-23-89        22        West Valley City, Utah/Snow College
92    Star Lotulelei      DT      6-4    310    Jr.    1VL        12-20-89       21        South Jordan, Utah/Snow College
92    Coleman Petersen    K/P     6-2    191    Jr.    SQ         3-31-88        22        Sandy, Utah/Brighton HS
97    Tevita Finau        DL      6-5    288    Sr.    1VL        1-13-86        25        Lahaina, Hawaii/Phoenix College
99    Joe Kruger          DE      6-7    264    So.    1VL        6-4-92         19        Orem, Utah/Pleasant Grove HS



COMING IN THE FALL
      Name                Pos.    Hgt.   Wgt.   Yr.    Exp.       B-Date         Age       Hometown/Previous School
      Siaosi Aiono        OL      6-2    290    Fr.    HS         5-16-93        18        West Covina, Calif./South Hills HS
      Tevita Bloomfield    LB      6-0    230    Fr.    HS         8-8-93         18        West Valley City, Utah/Hunter HS
      Joseph Bryant       DB      6-4    194    Fr.    HS         4-26-93        18        Bryan, Texas/Bryan HS
      Anthony Denham      WR      6-4    231    Jr.    JC         7-21-91        20        Monterey Park, Calif./East L.A. College
      Nate Fakahafua      DE      6-3    196    Fr.    HS         1-5-93         18        Salt Lake City/Highland HS
      Seni Fauonuku       DL      6-0    290    Fr.    HS         4-30-93        18        West Jordan, Utah/Bingham HS
      Charles Henderson   WR      5-9    172    Fr.    HS         2-3-93         18        New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35 HS
      Benji Kemoeatu      OL      6-5    350    Jr.    JC         11-8-90        20        Kahuku, Hawaii/Lackawanna CC
      Daniel Kristensen   OL      6-5    257    Fr.    HS         3-30-93        18        Salt Lake City/Co onwood HS
      Keith McGill        DB      6-3    200    Jr.    JC         4-9-89         22        La Mirada, Calif./Cerritos College
      Jared Norris        LB      6-1    232    Fr.    HS         7-19-93        18        Bakersfield, Calif./Centennial HS
      Jarrell Oliver      RB      5-9    210    Fr.    HS         4-29-93        18        Sugar Land, Texas/Dulles HS
      Po’u Palelei        OL      6-5    380     Jr.   JC         11-4-88        22        Las Vegas, Nev./Salt Lake CC
      Quinton Pedroza     WR      6-2    211    Fr.    HS         5-12-93        18        Chino, Calif./Chino HS
      Jordan Robles       OL      6-5    257    Fr.    HS         9-21-92        18        Woodland Hills, Utah/Salem Hills HS
      Eric Rowe           DB      6-1    177    Fr.    HS         10-3-92        18        Spring, Texas/Klein HS
      Travis S ll         WR      6-1    194    Fr.    HS         12-11-92       18        Spanish Fork, Utah/Spanish Fork HS


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                                           2011 Outlook
                                           OVERVIEW                                             Utah has run since 2003. Tim Davis will coach
                                           Seventh-year head coach Kyle Whi ngham and           the offensive line and Chad Kauha’aha’a
                                           the Utes prepare for their first season in the Pac-   (pronounced cow-ha-a-ha-a) is the new
                                           12 … Utah finished its tenure in the Mountain         defensive line coach.
                                           West Conference as the co-leader in wins by
                                           a non-automa c qualifier against BCS teams.           TRADING PLACES
                                           Since the championship format began in 1998,         Several players will try new posi ons in the
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                                           Utah and Navy both have 21 wins against BCS          spring, including returning starters Dave Kruger
                                           teams, although Utah accomplished the feat in        (a tackle his first two years, he will experiment
                                           33 games (21-12) to Navy’s 66 a empts (21-45)        at five-technique end this spring), Brian Blechen
                                           … Utah returns 52 le ermen and 13 starters (7        (freshman All-America safety in 2010 is moving
                                           offense, 5 defense, 1 punter) from its 10-3 team      to linebacker) and Luke Ma hews (junior moves
                                           of 2010 … In addi on to the rugged Pac-12 slate,     from receiver to running back). Others changing
                                           Utah’s 2011 schedule includes non-conference         places include: Boo Andersen, RB (from LB),
                                           road games at Brigham Young (Sept. 17) and           Eric Dago, DE (from LB), Tyron Morris-Edwards,
                                           Pi (Oct. 15). The Utes open their season on          DB (from WR), Lucky Radley, DB (from RB) and
                                           Thursday, Sept. 1 against Montana State in Salt      Trevor Reilly, LB (from DE).
                                           Lake City.
                                                                                                QUARTERBACK
                                           KNOWNS AND UNKNOWNS                                  Notable: Junior all-conference candidate Jordan
                                           Utah’s strengths include the offensive and            Wynn is 11-4 as Utah’s starter in his first two
                                           defensive lines, quarterback, receiver and           seasons. The 2009 Poinse a Bowl MVP as a
                                           linebacker. Unknowns heading into spring ball        true freshman, he will miss spring ball while
                                           are at running back, cornerback, safety and          recovering from shoulder surgery. He was 8-2 in
                                           place kicker.                                        10 games as the starter in 2010, missing three
                                                                                                games—including the Las Vegas Bowl—with              DeVonte Christopher was Utah’s second-
                                                                                                injury. Last year, Wynn was 186-299 passing          leading receiver last year with 39 catches for
                                           NEW TO U.                                                                                                 660 yards and six touchdowns.
                                           The move to the Pac-12 Conference is the             (62%) for 2,334 yards and 17 touchdowns (10
                                           biggest change for the 2011 Utes, but it’s not       intercep ons).
                                           the only one, as they will incorporate three new                                                          Others: Athle c sophomore walk-on Thre on
                                           coaches and a new offensive scheme. Norm              Others: Sophomore Griff Robles (0-1 passing,          Palamo, who played for the USA in the 2007
                                           Chow takes over as the offensive coordinator          17-124 yards rushing) and true freshman Tyler        Rugby World Cup, has joined the Utes and
                                           and ght ends coach and plans to install a            Shreve will get all the reps in the spring. Robles   is currently working with the running backs.
                                           mul ple offense in place of the spread offense         played in four games last year as the third-string   Sophomore Beau Burton rushed nine mes for
                                                                                                QB. Shreve, a 10th-round Major League Baseball       59 yards and a TD last year.
                                                                                                dra pick, has a gun for an arm.

                                                                                                                                                     RECEIVER
                                                                                                OFFENSIVE LINE                                       Notable: Junior DeVonte Christopher was Utah’s
                                                                                                Notable: Senior tackles and honor candidates         second-leading receiver in 2010 (39 catches for
                                                                                                John Cullen and Tony Bergstrom headline a            660 yards and 6 TD) and junior Reggie Dunn
                                                                                                solid front line. Two-year star ng guard Tevita      (17.5 yards per catch, 8.2 yards per rush) dazzled
                                                                                                Stevens moves to his natural posi on at center.      with his 4.28 40-speed. Junior Mo Lee and
                                                                                                                                                     freshman Dres Anderson dominated the scout
                                                                                                Others: Junior Sam Brenner, the leading backup       teams as redshirts.
                                                                                                a year ago, will start at le guard. Sophomore
                                                                                                Jeremiah Tofaeono hopes to win the job at            Others: Junior Anthony Denham, a 6’4” four-
                                                                                                right guard, but must beat out highly-touted         star recruit from East L.A. College, will join the
                                                                                                true freshman Isaac Asiata, a 2011 signee            team in the fall.
                                                                                                par cipa ng in spring camp.

                                                                                                                                                     FULLBACK
                                                                                                RUNNING BACK                                         Notable: A minor figure in the spread offense
                                                                                                Notable: This job is wide open with the              Utah employed from 2003-10, fullback will
                                                                                                gradua on of Eddie Wide and Ma Asiata, who           take on new significance this fall as the Utes
                                                                                                accounted for the lion’s share of the carries        move to a mul ple offense. Converted receiver
                                                                                                and yards for the past two seasons. Junior Luke      Luke Ma hews and redshirt freshman Jake
                                                                                                Ma hews, a star ng receiver in 2010, is one          Murphy have the physique and mentality for the
                                                                                                of several interes ng new candidates. Coveted        posi on.
                                                                                                signees John White IV, a junior college transfer,
                                           Junior signal-caller Jordan Wynn threw for over      and Harvey Langi, a true freshman, are both
                                           2,300 yards and 17 touchdowns in 10 games                                                                 Others: Walk-ons Karl Williams and Max Moala
                                                                                                par cipa ng in spring camp.                          are also ge ng a good look.
                                           last season.


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TIGHT END                                                                                                   and don’t be surprised to see the depth chart
Notable: Returning junior starter Kendrick                                                                  dominated by newcomers come August. First-
Moeai is one of three experienced ght ends.                                                                 team junior college All-American Keith McGill
When the Utes use a two ght-end set, look                                                                   is one of those, and incoming freshmen Joseph
for junior Dallin Rogers or sophomore Westlee                                                               Bryant and Eric Rowe are also expected to
Tonga to join him.                                                                                          contend.

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Others: Redshirt freshman Jake Murphy is
another op on.                                                                                              with redshirt freshman Damian Payne and
                                                                                                            sophomore Michael Walker in the early lead.
DEFENSIVE END
Notable: Junior Dave Kruger, a star ng tackle                                                               KICKERS
his first two years, is manning the five-technique                                                            Notable: Sophomore Nick Marsh replaces
(le ) end this spring. Younger brother Joe                                                                  graduated first-team all-conference senior
Kruger is bidding for the star ng job at right end                                                          Joe Phillips. Marsh’s strong leg got him on the
against senior Derrick Shelby.                                                                              field—he had 17 touchbacks on 65 kickoffs last
                                                                                                            year—but he has no collegiate field goal or
Others: Senior Tevita Finau, junior redshirt                                                                PAT a empts. Junior punter Sean Sellwood, a
David Rolf (a transfer from Michigan State), and                                                            second-team Freshman All-American in 2009,
sophomore Eric Dago add quality depth.                                                                      prepares to start for the third season.

DEFENSIVE TACKLE                                                                                            Others: Junior Patrick Greene will handle all
Notable: Coaches harbor high expecta ons                                                                    of the snapping du es as he did last year, with
for big (6-4, 310), agile junior nose tackle Star                                                           Sellwood again serving as holder.
Lotulelei. Lotulelei, who joined the team just         Junior Dave Kruger, a starter at tackle the past
prior to the season last fall, has all the tools and   two years, has moved to le defensive end.
a year of NCAA experience.
                                                       year ago with 113 stops, is back in the middle
Others: Senior James Aiono, the No. 1 rated JC         and star ng senior rover Ma Mar nez also
offensive lineman in 2008 (Rivals.com), prepares        returns.
to start at tackle
                                                       Others: Senior J.J. Williams, arguably Utah’s
LINEBACKER                                             premier rover and middle linebacker, remains
Notable: Freshman All-American Brian Blechen           sidelined with the foot injury that cost him
has moved from safety to linebacker this spring        virtually all of last season. He’ll be back in the
to bring more speed to the posi on. Blechen will       mix when fall camp starts in August. Redshirt
most likely man the “stud” linebacker posi on.         freshmen Jacoby Hale and V.J. Fehoko can cover
Senior Chaz Walker, Utah’s leading tackler a           sideline-to-sideline.

                                                                        CORNERBACK
                                                                        Notable: Very li le game
                                                                        experience returns at this
                                                                        posi on, but there will be
                                                                        plenty of speed with two of
                                                                        Utah’s fastest players—senior
                                                                        Conroy Black and junior Ryan        Senior Conroy Black is one of the favorites to
                                                                        Lacy (both run a 4.30-second        step in at corner this season. He had a pick and
                                                                        40)—favored to step in. Black       three pass breakups in 13 games in 2010.
                                                                        saw a lot of ac on as Utah’s
                                                                        third corner a year ago, but
                                                                                                            RETURNERS
                                                                        the rest of the contenders lack
                                                                                                            Notable: First-team All-American Shaky
                                                                        game experience.
                                                                                                            Smithson, the na on’s leading punt returner in
                                                                                                            2010, is gone, but speedy kick returner Reggie
                                                                        Others: Nickel backs Reggie
                                                                                                            Dunn is back. Dunn averaged almost 30 yards
                                                                        Topps and Mike Honeycu
                                                                                                            per kickoff return, including a 100-yard run back
                                                                        have excelled on special teams.
                                                                                                            for a touchdown against Iowa State.

                                                                        SAFETY                              Others: Sophomore Griff McNabb is first in
Junior nose tackle Star Lotulelei, who joined the Utes from the JC      Notable: The Utes will start        line at punt returner. Back deep with Dunn on
ranks last season, had 21 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss.             with a clean slate at safety        kickoffs will be junior DeVonte Christopher.


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                                        KYLE WHITTINGHAM
                                        7TH SEASON CAREER RECORD: 58-20 BOWL RECORD: 6-1*
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                                                                                                           Joining the Pac-12 Conference is the latest challenge             The country’s
                                            YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD                                            for Utah’s seventh-year head football coach Kyle            only undefeated
                                                                                                                                                                       FBS team in 2008,
                                            Year     School        Overall MWC                             Whittingham, and if history holds true, he will
                                                                                                                                                                       Utah beat four
                                            2004* Utah                1-0      0-0                         approach it as yet another opportunity. His first           top-25 teams—two
                                            2005     Utah             7-5      4-4                         test came when he accepted the head job at Utah             that finished in the
                                            2006     Utah             8-5      5-3                         on the heels of the best season in school history. He       top 10. In addi on
                                            2007     Utah             9-4      5-3                         passed that in flying colors by leading Utah to new         to his na onal awards, Whi ngham was named the
                                            2008     Utah            13-0      8-0                                                                                     Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year.
                                                                                                           heights in 2008, when the Utes went 13-0 and won
                                            2009     Utah            10-3      6-2                                                                                           Da ng back to his days as Utah’s defensive
                                            2010     Utah            10-3      7-1                         the Sugar Bowl.                                             coordinator, Utah won nine straight bowl games from
                                            Totals   Utah           58-20 35-13                                                                                        1999-2009 before losing to 10th-ranked Boise State in
                                                                                                                 A member of Utah’s staff since 1994,
                                            *Co-head coach in the 2005 Fiesta Bowl                         Whi ngham has compiled a 58-20 record in six                the 2010 Las Vegas Bowl. Utah’s nine-consecu ve bowl
                                                                                                           years as the head coach and has a 6-1 bowl record.          wins—five with Whi ngham as the head coach—is
                                                                                                                                                                         ed with USC (nine from 1923-45) for the second-
                                            BOWL GAMES (6-1)                                               His 2-0 record in BCS bowl games includes a win as
                                                                                                                                                                       longest bowl win streak in NCAA history and is just two
                                                                                                           co-head coach of Utah’s Fiesta Bowl team in 2004 (as
                                            Year Game (Opponent)         Result                            recognized by the NCAA).                                    behind the longest ever (11 by Florida State from 1985-
                                            2004 Fiesta (Pi sburgh) *      W                                     Whi ngham already owns half of the 10-win             96).
                                            2005 Emerald (Georgia Tech)    W                               seasons in the school’s 117-year football history (3), is         Whi ngham’s bowl victories as a head coach
                                            2006 Armed Forces (Tulsa)      W                               12-5 against BCS schools and 4-3 against the Pac-12.        have come against No. 24 Georgia Tech (2005), Tulsa
                                            2007 Poinse a (Navy)           W                               Utah has won at least 10 games and finished in the A.P.      (2006), Navy (2007), No. 4 Alabama (2009/2008
                                            2008 Sugar (Alabama)           W                               and/or Coaches’ Top 25 for the past three seasons.          season) and California (2009). The NCAA credits both
                                            2009 Poinse a (Cal)            W                                     His immediate task upon accep ng the head             Whi ngham and his predecessor Urban Meyer with
                                            2010 Las Vegas (Boise State)   L                               coaching job was to replace most of the star ng lineup,     a victory for Utah’s 2005 Fiesta Bowl win over No. 19
                                                                                                           including five NFL dra picks, from the 12-0 “BCS             Pi sburgh.
                                            *Co-head coach
                                                                                                           Buster” team of 2004. He won a bowl game in 2005—                 He has averaged almost 10 wins a year as the
                                                                                                           the first of five-straight bowl victories—and built the       head coach, going 7-5 in 2005, 8-5 in 2006, 9-4 in 2007,
                                            RECORD VS. OPPONENTS                                           Utes back into a na onal championship contender in          13-0 in 2008 and 10-3 in both 2009 and 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                             Whi ngham came to Utah as the defensive
                                                                                                           his fourth season.
                                            Air Force . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1            His 2008 team broke the school win mark, going        line coach in 1994 and was promoted to defensive
                                            Alabama. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0       13-0, rou ng Alabama—a team that had spent five              coordinator a year later. In his 17-year tenure, Utah
                                            Arizona. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0     weeks at No. 1—in the Sugar Bowl, and finishing with         has won 70-percent of its games (143-61) and 10 of 12
                                            Boise State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2       a No. 2 na onal ranking. Whi ngham was recognized           bowl games. He has been on the staff of three teams
                                            Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3            as the Na onal Coach of the Year by the American            that finished in the top-10: 1994 (No. 10), 2004 (No. 4)
                                            California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0     Football Coaches Associa on (AFCA) and the Paul             and 2008 (No. 2). The Utes finished 18th in both polls
                                            Colorado State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1          “Bear” Bryant Awards commi ee.                              in 2009 and 23rd in the 2010 Coaches’ poll.
                                            Georgia Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0                                                                                                       Whi ngham has
                                            Iowa State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0                                                                                              coached seven All-Americans,
                                            Louisville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0                                                                                            including five first-team
                                            Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0                                                                                              and three consensus All-
                                            Navy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0                                                                                          Americans. First-team All-
                                            New Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2                                                                                                 Americans include defensive
                                            North Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1                                                                                                 lineman Luther Elliss
                                            Northern Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0                                                                                                    (consensus 1994), defensive
                                            Notre Dame. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1                                                                                                 back Eric Weddle (consensus
                                            Oregon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2006), punter Louis Sakoda
                                            Oregon State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                  (2007), place kicker Sakoda
                                            Pi sburgh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0
                                                                                                                                                                                                  (unanimous consensus 2008),
                                            San Diego State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
                                            San Jose State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0                                                                                                offensive lineman Zane
                                            TCU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3                                                                                          Beadles (2009) and punt
                                            Tulsa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0                                                                                          returner Shaky Smithson
                                            UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1                                                                                            (2010). Whi ngham also
                                            UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1                                                                                            has two second-team All-
                                            Utah State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-0                                                                                              Americans to his credit:
                                            Weber State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0                                                                                                defensive back Morgan
                                            Wyoming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1                                                                                               Scalley (2004) and offensive
                                            Totals                                                58-20                                                                                           lineman Caleb Schlauderaff
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                                                      COACHING CHRONOLOGY
                                                      Year        School                       Assignment                               Bowl Game
                                                      1985        Brigham Young                Graduate Assistant                       Citrus
                                                      1986        Brigham Young                Graduate Assistant                       Freedom
                                                      1987        College of Eastern Utah      Defensive Coordinator
                                                      1988-91     Idaho State                  Linebackers/Special Teams




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                                                      1992-93     Idaho State                  Defensive Coordinator
                                                      1994        Utah                         Defensive Line                           Freedom
                                                      1995        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Safe es
                                                      1996        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Safe es            Copper
                                                      1997        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
                                                      1998        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Safe es
                                                      1999        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Safe es            Las Vegas
                                                      2000        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Safe es
                                                      2001        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers        Las Vegas
                                                      2002        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
                                                      2003        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers        Liberty
                                                      2004        Utah                         Defensive Coordinator/Safe es*           Fiesta (2005)*
                                                      2005        Utah                         Head Coach                               Emerald
Kyle Whi ngham has a 58-20 record, leading            2006        Utah                         Head Coach                               Armed Forces
Utah to winning seasons in each of his six years as   2007        Utah                         Head Coach                               Poinse a
head coach.                                           2008        Utah                         Head Coach                               Sugar (2009)
                                                      2009        Utah                         Head Coach                               Poinse a
                                                      2010        Utah                         Head Coach                               Las Vegas
      Whi ngham produced an MWC MVP from
                                                      *Co-head coach at the 2005 Fiesta Bowl
2004-08, including Defensive Players of the Year
Scalley (2004) and Weddle (2005-06), three- me
Special Teams MVP Sakoda (2006-08), and Offensive
MVP Brian Johnson (2008). Whi ngham has               FROM WHITT TO THE NFL
mentored 51 first-team all-conference players in his
17 years at Utah.                                     Player                NFL Team                                                  Posi on
      He has also sent 34 players to the NFL—23       Zane Beadles          Denver (2nd round)                                        Offensive Line
as dra picks and 11 as free agents. A school (and     Jesse Boone           Cincinna (free agent)                                     Offensive Line
MWC) record six players were dra ed in 2010,          Freddie Brown         Cincinna (7th round), Minnesota                           Wide Receiver
which was ed for the fourth-most in the na on.        Martail Burne         Minnesota (free agent), San Francisco                     Defensive End
                                                      Andre Dyson           Tennessee (2nd round), Sea le, N.Y. Jets                  Defensive Back
      During his tenure as defensive coordinator
                                                      Luther Elliss         Detroit (1st round), Denver                               Defensive Line
(1995-2004), Utah led the MWC in total defense
                                                      Jonathan Fanene       Cincinna (7th round)                                      Defensive Line
three mes and scoring defense four mes. In 2002,
                                                      Steve Fifita           Miami (free agent)                                        Defensive Line
Utah led the MWC in total defense, scoring defense
                                                      John Frank            Philadelphia (6th round)                                  Defensive Line
and rushing defense.
                                                      Quinton Ganther       Tennessee (7th round), Washington, Sea le, Buffalo         Running Back
      Whi ngham began his coaching career in
                                                      Phil Glover           Tennessee (7th round), Indianapolis                       Linebacker
1985-86 as a graduate assistant at Brigham Young.
                                                      Robert Johnson        Tennessee (5th round)                                     Defensive Back
He served as the defensive coordinator at the
                                                      Ma’ake Kemoeatu       Bal more (free agent), Carolina, Washington               Defensive Line
College of Eastern Utah in 1987 then went to Idaho    Paul Kruger           Bal more (2nd round)                                      Defensive Line
State for a six-year s nt (1988-93)—the last two      John Madsen           Oakland (free agent), Cleveland                           Tight End
years as the defensive coordinator.                   Brice McCain          Houston (6th round)                                       Defensive Back
      A linebacker for Brigham Young from 1978-       Koa Misi              Miami (2nd round)                                         Defensive End
81, Whi ngham earned first-team all-WAC and            Arnold Parker         Sea le (free agent)                                       Defensive Back
WAC Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1981.      Sione Pouha           N.Y. Jets (3rd round)                                     Defensive Line
He played in the first four Holiday Bowls and was      Bre Ratliff            N.Y. Jets (free agent), Cleveland, Tennessee              Quarterback
named Defensive MVP of the 1981 game. In 2008,        David Reed            Bal more (5th round)                                      Wide Receiver
he was inducted into the Holiday Bowl Hall of Fame.   Antwoine Sanders      Bal more (7th round)                                      Defensive Back
A er his senior season, Whi ngham played in the       Lauvale Sape          Buffalo (6th round)                                        Defensive Line
Hula and Japan Bowls. He played professionally with   Josh Savage           Tampa Bay (free agent), Atlanta, Tennessee, New Orleans   Defensive Line
the Denver Broncos (1982 training camp) and the       Richard Seals         N.Y. Jets (7th round)                                     Defensive Line
U.S. Football League’s (USFL) Denver Gold (1983)      Sean Smith            Miami (2nd round)                                         Defensive Back
and New Orleans Breakers (1984). He played on the     Paul Soliai           Miami (4th round)                                         Defensive Line
Los Angeles Rams’ replacement squad in 1987.          R.J. Stanford         Carolina (5th round)                                      Defensive Back
      Whi ngham graduated from BYU in 1984 and        Stevenson Sylvester   Pi sburgh (5th round)                                     Linebacker
added a master’s degree from the school in 1987.      Pene Talamaivao       Buffalo (free agent), San Diego                            Defensive Line
Born Nov. 21, 1959, he was raised in Provo, Utah.     Kelly Talavou         Sea le (free agent), Bal more                             Defensive Line
He is married to the former Jamie Daniels. They       Spencer Toone         Tennessee (7th round)                                     Linebacker
have four children: Tyler, Melissa, Alex and Kylie.   Eric Weddle           San Diego (2nd round)                                     Defensive Back
Tyler played for Utah from 2009-10.


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                                        Assistant Coaches
                                                                NORM CHOW                                              BRIAN JOHNSON                                         MORGAN SCALLEY
                                                                Offensive Coordinator                                  Quarterbacks                                          Safeties
                                                                Tight Ends                                             2nd Year                                              Recruiting Coordinator
                                                                1st Year                                                                                                     4th Year
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                                        Norm Chow, one of the top offensive coaches in         Brian Johnson, the winningest quarterback in Utah     Former Utah All-American Morgan Scalley is in
                                        college football, takes over as Utah’s offensive       football history (26-7) and the 2008 Mountain         his fourth year as safe es coach and third year
                                        coordinator and ght ends coach. He was                West Conference Offensive Player of the Year,          as recrui ng coordinator. Rivals.com named him
                                        previously at Brigham Young (1973-99), North          begins his second year as the quarterbacks coach.     the top non-BCS recruiter in 2009 and one of the
                                        Carolina State (2000), USC (2001-04), the             Johnson was the MVP of the 2007 Poinse a Bowl         Pac-12’s best recruiters in 2011. He was a Utah
                                        Tennessee Titans (2005-07) and UCLA (2008-10).        and the 2009 Sugar Bowl. As a first-year coach in      administra ve assistant in 2006 and defensive
                                        A three- me na onal Assistant Coach of the Year,      2010, sophomore Jordan Wynn finished second            graduate assistant in 2007. Scalley played for the
                                        he has tutored three Heisman Trophy winners.          in the MWC in passing yards per game. Johnson         Utes from 2001-04, earning A.P. second-team All-
                                        Chow le ered (1965-67) at Utah, where he earned       graduated from Utah with a bachelor’s degree in       America and MWC co-Defensive Player of the Year
                                        bachelor’s (1968) and master’s (1970) degrees. He     communica on in 2008.                                 honors as a senior safety. His bachelor’s (2004) and
                                        has a doctorate from BYU (1979).                                                                            master’s (2006) degrees are from Utah.




                                                                TIM DAVIS                                              CHAD KAUHA’AHA’A                                      DAVE SCHRAMM
                                                                Offensive Line                                         Defensive Line                                        Running Backs
                                                                1st Year/8th Year                                      1st Year                                              7th Year



                                        Tim Davis, who coached Utah’s offensive line from      Former Utah defensive end Chad Kauha’aha’a is         Seventh-year assistant Dave Schramm is back with
                                        1990-96, returned in the same capacity in January.    back at his alma mater as the defensive line coach.   the running backs a er overseeing the quarterbacks
                                        Davis spent the last two seasons as the run game      Kauha’aha’a (pronounced cow-ha-a-ha-a) spent          in 2009 and the ght ends in 2010. He also served
                                        coordinator and offensive line coach at Minnesota.     the last two seasons as the defensive line coach      as an offensive coordinator from 2009-10. In his
                                        He has also coached at Wisconsin (1997-2001), USC     at Utah State. He served in the same capacity at      previous s nt with the running backs (2005-08),
                                        (2002-04) and the Miami Dolphins (2005-06). He        Weber State from 2005-08, where he coached first-      he tutored two 1,000-yard rushers. He previously
                                        was Alabama’s director of player personnel in 2008.   team All-America defensive end Brady Fosmark.         coached at Montana (2003-04), Southwest
                                        Davis, an offensive tackle for Utah from 1978-80,      Weber State made the quarterfinals of the 2008         Texas State (2002), San Diego State (1990-2001),
                                        earned his bachelor’s degree in 1982. His master’s    FCS playoffs. Kauah’aha’a’s bachelor’s degree is       Nebraska (1989) and Aus n Peay (1988). He played
                                        degree is from Wisconsin (1986).                      from Utah (1997).                                     at Cornell (Iowa), Grossmont JC and Adams State,
                                                                                                                                                    before gradua ng from SDSU in 1988.




                                                                JAY HILL                                               AARON RODERICK                                        KALANI SITAKE
                                                                Cornerbacks                                            Wide Receivers                                        Defensive Coordinator
                                                                Special Teams Coordinator                              7th Year                                              Linebackers
                                                                7th Year                                                                                                     7th Year


                                        Jay Hill, Utah’s special teams coordinator            Aaron Roderick is in his seventh year as Utah’s       Kalani Sitake is in his third year as the defensive
                                        since 2005, is in his fourth year coaching the        receivers coach. In 2010, Roderick also called the    coordinator and his seventh as the linebackers coach.
                                        cornerbacks, a posi on he managed in 2005-06          plays as the co-offensive coordinator, a season        In the last two years, Utah’s defense has earned four
                                        and resumed in 2010. From 2007-09, he coached         in which Utah finished 23rd in the na on in            top-25 na onal rankings, including scoring defense
                                        the ght ends. He has mentored two consensus All-      scoring offense. Previously, he was the offensive       both years, total defense and pass defense in 2009,
                                        Americans: defensive back Eric Weddle (2006) and      coordinator, quarterbacks coach and recrui ng         and rush defense in 2010. Previously, he coached
                                        kicker Louie Sakoda (2008). Sakoda was also a first-   coordinator at Southern Utah (2003-04) and            the offensive line, ght ends and running backs at
                                        team All-America punter in 2007. Hill started at      running backs coach at Snow College (2002).           Southern Utah (2003-04). He oversaw the defensive
                                        cornerback for Utah from 1998-99. His bachelor’s      Roderick played wide receiver for BYU from 1997-      backs and was special teams’ coordinator at Eastern
                                        (2000) and master’s (2005) degrees are both from      98. His bachelor’s (1998) and master’s (2002) are     Arizona in 2001. Sitake was a four-year star ng
                                        Utah.                                                 both from BYU.                                        fullback for BYU, gradua ng in 2000.



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                                                     2008–Played in 10 games and started at le
                       70                            tackle against UNLV … played on the offensive                            77
                       TONY BERGSTROM                line in five games, tallying three knockdowns,                           J
                                                                                                                             JOHN CULLEN
                                                     two cuts and a pancake block … played on
                       Offensive Line                                                                                        Offensive Line
                       6-6, 315, Sr.                 special teams in nine games and had an assisted                         6-5, 295, Sr.
                       3VL                           tackle against Colorado State (also had a                               1VL
                       Salt Lake City                knockdown on offense) … two knockdowns and                               La Mirada, Calif.
                                                     two cuts against Weber State ... pancake block




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                       Skyline HS                                                                                            Fullerton College
                                                     against SDSU … named Academic All-MWC and
                                                     to the Athle c Director’s Honor Roll.
UTAH: All-America candidate plays offensive                                                             UTAH: All-conference candidate came to Utah
tackle… has started all 26 games in the past two     HIGH SCHOOL: 2004 all-state and Region 3          last August as the No. 1-rated junior college
seasons … has played in 36 games in his career       Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player …     lineman by Rivals.com … scheduled to start at
with 27 starts ... signed with Utah in 2005 before   Skyline team captain … three-year starter … in    le tackle for the second season … full speed for
depar ng on an LDS church mission … enrolled         2002 and 2003 Skyline made the state finals …      spring ball a er recovering from the arm injury
in school spring semester of 2008.                   in 2004, Skyline won the region and made the      that kept him out of the Las Vegas Bowl.
2010–Second-team all-MWC … started all 13            state semi-finals … also le ered three years in    2010–Started all 12 regular season games at le
games at right tackle … led Utah with 584 plays      basketball and two years in track … high honor    tackle … missed the Las Vegas Bowl with an arm
in the 10 games that were graded (no grades          roll three years … academic all-state … College   injury …played 575 downs in the 10 games that
were recorded against Air Force, BYU and Boise       Board AP Scholar Award … Na onal Football         were graded (no grades were recorded against
State) … did not allow a sack in the regular         Founda on & College Hall of Fame 2004 Scholar-    BYU and Air Force) … despite missing one game,
season … had an 83% overall grade with 485           Leader-Athlete nominee.                           he led the team in cuts (19) and had eight
‘wins,’ 14 cuts and two pancake blocks … led                                                           pancake blocks (11-game totals; no stats were
the line with an 87% overall grade against SDSU,     PERSONAL: Son of Steven and Lori Bergstrom        kept for BYU) … season-best 83% grade (52-of-
winning 61-of-70 plays.                              … both parents are Utah graduates … youngest      63) and four cuts against Wyoming … Academic
2009–Started all 13 games at right tackle … led      of four brothers … cousin Ryan Roberts played     all-MWC.
the offensive line in total plays (816) during        baseball for the Chicago White Sox … married
the regular season (no bowl stats were kept) …       to the former Jessica Kruger (sister of current   PRIOR TO UTAH: Rated the No. 1 JC offensive
81% overall grade (662 wins) … 29 cuts and 12        Utes Dave and Joe Kruger and former Ute Paul      lineman of 2009 by Rivals.com … first-team
pancake blocks … nine cuts against San Diego         Kruger) … daughter Olivia … enjoys waterskiing,   all-conference and all-region in 2009 … second-
State was the best by a Ute all season … highest     tennis, ice fishing, hiking, gene c research,      team all-conference in 2008 … Fullerton College
grade of the year was 95% against BYU …              biology and medicine … chemistry major … full     Offensive MVP … Fullerton’s Freshman Player
Academic All-MWC.                                    name is Steven Anthony Bergstrom … born Aug.      of the Year in 2008 … team captain … Fullerton
                                                     8, 1986.                                          won the Southern Conference and a bowl game
                                                                                                       both his years there … prepped at La Mirada
                                                                                                       High School (Calif.) … first-team all-area by the
                                                                                                       Whi er Daily News … two- me second-team
                                                                                                       all-Suburban League … won La Mirada High’s
                                                                                                       Ironman award … earned three le ers in football
                                                                                                       and two in track … Suburban League shot put
                                                                                                       champion.

                                                                                                       PERSONAL: Son of Tom and Marnie Cullen …
                                                                                                       father played football for Cerritos College …
                                                                                                       one sister … sociology major … full name is John
                                                                                                       Wayne Cullen … born May 16, 1990.




All-America candidate Tony Bergstrom has started all 26 games the past two years at right tackle.

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                                                                                                                                                       2010–Played and started in 10 games, recording
                                                                 14                                                                                    an 8-2 record … missed three games with injury:
                                                                 REGGIE DUNN                                                                           UNLV and New Mexico (thumb) and Boise State
                                                                                                                                                       (shoulder) ... second in the MWC and 30th in
                                                                 Wide Receiver
                                                                 6-0, 170, Jr.                                                                         the NCAA in passing yards per game (233.4)
                                                                 1VL                                                                                   … third in the MWC and 36th na onally in
                                                                 Compton, Calif.                                                                       pass efficiency (139.9) … third in the MWC in
                                                                                                                                                       total offense (232.3) … completed 62% of his
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                                                                 Compton CC
                                                                                                                                                       passes (186-for-299) for 2,334 yards and 17
                                                                                                                                                       touchdowns ( ed for 10th in school history) …
                                        UTAH: Might be the fastest player on the team                                                                  three 300-yard games (Iowa State, Colorado
                                        (he ran a 4.28 40 in junior college and will be                                                                State, SDSU) and five 200-yard games … career-
                                          med for the first me as a Ute this spring) …                                                                  high 362 yards against San Diego State on 21-
                                        a er seeing quality me as a backup receiver                                                                    of-33 passing with two touchdown passes …
                                        last season, he is in line to start this fall … also a                                                         321 yards with three touchdown passes against
                                        big-play threat as a kick returner.                                                                            Colorado State … threw for 325 yards against
                                        2010–Played in all 13 games with two starts (San                                                               Iowa State … three touchdown passes against
                                        Jose State and Notre Dame) … four catches for                                                                  Pi sburgh.
                                        70 yards … long catch of 42 yards against SDSU                                                                 2009–Capped his true freshman season as the
                                        … rushed 12 mes for 99 yards (8.2 average) and                                                                 Poinse a Bowl MVP … had the best season
                                        two touchdowns … scored a touchdown on the                                                                     ever by a Utah true freshman quarterback,
                                        first offensive play of his career against San Jose                                                              comple ng 104-of-179 passes for 1,329 yards
                                        State on a 43-yard reverse … finished second on                                                                 and eight touchdowns… played in six games and
                                        the team in kick returns 12 for 355 yards (29.6                                                                started the last five, going 3-2 as the starter …
                                        average) … became the first Ute in 25 years                                                                     averaged 249.4 yards passing in the five games
                                        to return a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown                                                                   he started and 221.5 ypg overall … 130.75
                                        (vs. Iowa State) … two kick returns for 57 yards                                                               quarterback efficiency ra ng … in his MVP
                                        against both San Diego State and Boise State.             Junior Reggie Dunn is ready for the star ng job      performance vs. Cal in the Poinse a Bowl, he
                                                                                                  at wide receiver. He is also a big-play threat as    completed 26-of-36 passes for a season-high
                                        PRIOR TO UTAH: Played for Compton                         a kick returner.                                     338 yards and three touchdowns … had the
                                        Community College, where he was a grayshirt                                                                    best star ng debut ever by a Utah freshman QB,
                                        in 2007, played in 2008 and redshirted in 2009                                                                 passing for 297 yards and two touchdowns in
                                        … signed out of high school with Oregon State
                                        … in eight games at Compton in 2008, he had                                       3                            a 45-14 win over New Mexico … first collegiate
                                                                                                                                                       appearance came against Wyoming in game
                                        14 recep ons for 193 yards and one touchdown                                      J
                                                                                                                          JORDAN WYNN                  eight, when he brought Utah back from a 10-3
                                        … Verbum Dei High (Calif.) star played wide                                                                    hal ime deficit to victory by going 9-for-14
                                        receiver, cornerback and kick returner … ranked                                   Quarterback
                                                                                                                          6-1, 195, Jr.                passing for 82 yards and a touchdown.
                                        sixth on the SuperPrep “Super 100” list …
                                                                                                                          2VL
                                        four-star recruit by Scout.com ... three- me                                      Oceanside, Calif.            HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in December 2008
                                        All-Camino Real League selec on ... three- me                                     Oceanside HS                 from Oceanside High School (Calif.), where he
                                        all-CIF member ... as a senior, he accounted for                                                               was a two- me all-state, all-San Diego Sec on
                                        over 1,000 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns                                                                 and all-Avocado League selec on … passed for
                                        ... 604 all-purpose yards as a junior with 15             UTAH: All-conference candidate is recovering
                                                                                                                                                       3,336 yards and 32 touchdowns with a 64%
                                        touchdowns ... in 2006, he helped Verbum                  from Dec. 13 surgery to his right (throwing) arm
                                                                                                                                                       comple on rate as a senior in 2008 … had three
                                        Dei capture the CIF-Southern Sec on tle                   … will miss spring ball, but is expected to resume
                                                                                                                                                       300-yard passing games as a senior … threw for
                                        and earned all-CIF honors ... scored 35 career            throwing in June and should be full strength by
                                                                                                                                                       356 yards and four touchdowns against Mira
                                        touchdowns and compiled over 3,500 all-                   August …11-4 as Utah’s starter … four 300-yard
                                                                                                                                                       Mesa … 2,559 passing yards and 21 TDs (63%
                                        purpose yards in high school … also ran track.            and eight 200-yard games in his career … 25
                                                                                                                                                       comple on rate) as a junior … le ered two
                                                                                                  career touchdown passes ranks 10th at Utah …
                                                                                                                                                       years … honor roll all four years … named a prep
                                        PERSONAL: Son of Reginald, Sr. and Jackie Dunn            3,663 career passing yards currently ranks 12th
                                                                                                                                                       scholar.
                                        ... has one younger brother, Rendell … sociology          at Utah … with Wynn on the field in the past
                                        major … full name is Reginald Francis Dunn, Jr. …         two seasons, Utah is 52-of-56 (93%) in the red
                                                                                                                                                       PERSONAL: Son of Robert Wynn and Simone
                                        born Jan. 5, 1989.                                        zone … in 2009, he became only the third true
                                                                                                                                                       Place… lived with his father … two brothers and
                                                                                                  freshman to start at quarterback for Utah since
                                                                                                                                                       one sister … economics major … born July 5,
                                        YEAR      G/GS     REC     YDS    AVG      TD      LONG   the NCAA restored freshman eligibility in 1972
                                        2010      13/2       4      70    17.5      0        42
                                                                                                                                                       1990.
                                                                                                  … member of the 2009 signing class graduated
                                                                                                  from high school early and enrolled at Utah that     YEAR G/GS COM ATT INT PCT YDS TD LONG
                                        YEAR       KOR     YDS    AVG       TD     LONG
                                                                                                  spring.                                              2009     6/5 104 179 4 .581 1329 8   69
                                        2010        12     355    29.6       1       100
                                                                                                                                                       2010 10/10 186 299 10 .622 2334 17   71
                                                                                                                                                       Totals 16/15 290 478 14 .607 3663 25




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                                                                                                       fumbles against TCU and in MAACO Bowl Las
                       9                                                   4                           Vegas against Boise State … six tackles against
                       CONROY BLACK                                        BRIAN BLECHEN               Boise State … recovered a fumble at Air Force …
                                                                                                       Academic all-MWC.
                       Defensive Back                                      Linebacker
                       6-0, 184, Sr.                                       6-2, 222, So.
                       1VL                                                 1VL                         HIGH SCHOOL: All-CIF, all-county and all-
                       Miramar, Fla.                                       Moorpark, Calif.            Marmonte League u lity player … quarterback
                                                                                                       also played linebacker, safety and punter …




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                       Fullerton CC                                        Moorpark HS
                                                                                                       No. 14 ranked dual-threat quarterback in the
                                                                                                       na on and No. 87 overall player in the state
UTAH: Speedster is scheduled to start this fall     UTAH: All-America candidate has moved to           of California by Rivals.com … No. 76-ranked
a er serving as the team’s third corner a year      linebacker a er earning Freshman All-America       linebacker in the na on by Scout.com … No.
ago… runs a 4.30-second 40 and has a 39”            honors at strong safety as a true freshman in      34-ranked quarterback by ESPN … Moorpark
ver cal jump.                                       2010 … recruited as a quarterback, he won the      High School (Calif.) was a two- me CIF finalist …
2010–Played in all 13 games and was frequently      star ng job at strong safety in the first week of   team also won back-to-back Marmonte League
the first defensive subs tute … 19 tackles with      his first fall camp … playmaker had two game-       championships in 2008-09 … in his senior
one sack … four tackles (including a 4-yard sack)   saving intercep ons as a freshman and four         season, he rushed 54 mes for 414 yards (7.7
and three pass breakups against Iowa State …        picks total.                                       average) and six touchdowns … also had 52
first career intercep on came against Colorado       2010–Made four freshman All-America teams:         tackles, three sacks, three forced fumbles and
State.                                              Spor ng News, Rivals.com (second team), Phil       three intercep ons (returned one 80 yards for
2009–Redshirt.                                      Steele (second team) and CollegeFootballNews.      a touchdown) … set Moorpark High pun ng
                                                    com (honorable men on) … honorable men on          record at 43.3 yards per punt on 34 punts …
PRIOR TO UTAH: Fullerton College team captain       all-MWC defensive back was a three- me MWC         le ered four years in football, two years in track
had 17 solo tackles, returned an intercep on        Defensive Player of the Week (Pi sburgh, Air       and one year in swimming and basketball.
for a touchdown and had three pass breakups         Force, BYU) … finished third in the MWC in
in 2008 … Fullerton was the Southern California     intercep ons (4) and intercep ons per game         PERSONAL: Son of Robert Blechen and Marta
Football Associa on (SCFA) champion …               (0.31) … second on the team and ed for             Alarcon Blechen … grandfather (Bob Blechen)
Fullerton won the Na onal Bowl and made it          seventh in the MWC in passes defended with         was dra ed by the Detroit Lions in 1956 and
to the SoCal Championship semi-finals … also         nine (5 pass breakups, 4 intercep ons) … ed        played organized football un l he was 64 years
all-conference in track … ran the 100-meters in     for third on the team with 67 tackles … 3.5        old … father and uncle played college football
10.3 seconds and was clocked at 20.98 seconds       TFL (1.5 sacks) … in his first college game, he     … has two brothers … enjoys snowboarding and
in the 200 meters … prepped at Everglades           intercepted a pass on the first play of over me     video games … name is pronounced bleckin …
High (Fla.), where he was second team all-state     against Pi to set up the winning field goal …       has not declared a major … born Sept. 30, 1991
by the Sun-Sen nel and the Miami Herald …           pick in the end zone with 1:22 remaining against   during Monday Night Football.
13 intercep ons in three years, including five       San Diego State allowed the Utes to run out
in both his sophomore and junior seasons …          the clock for a 38-34 victory … career-high nine   YEAR G/GS     UT AT TOT   TFL SACK PBU INT
Everglades was the 6A District II champ in 2005     tackles against Air Force and TCU … forced         2010 13/13    37 30 67 3.5-25 1.5-19 5   4
… also le ered in track.

PERSONAL: Son of Kenneth Black and Rosalind
Maxwell … mother and father were born in
Jamaica, where his father currently resides …
three brothers and a sister … majoring in human
development/family sciences … born Oct. 31,
1988.

YEAR G/GS     UT AT TOT TFL SACK PBU INT
2010 13/0     15 4 19 1.0-4 1.0-4  3   1




                                                    Brian Blechen, a freshman All-American in 2010, has moved from safety to linebacker.


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                                                               DAVE KRUGER                                             STAR LOTULELEI
                                                               Defensive Line                                          Defensive Tackle
                                                               6-5, 280, Jr.                                           6-4, 310, Jr.
                                                               2VL                                                     1VL
                                                               Orem, Utah                                              South Jordan, Utah
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                                                               Timpanogos HS                                           Snow College

                                        UTAH: A er star ng in 17 games at nose tackle         UTAH: All-conference candidate joined the team
                                        his first two seasons, he will move to end this        in late August of 2010 and developed into one of
                                        spring … has played in all 26 games in the last       the best tackles on the team by season’s end …
                                        two years.                                            big and athle c, he is projected to start at nose
                                        2010–Played in all 13 games, star ng 10 at nose       tackle this fall.
                                        tackle … 27 total tackles with two TFL and a half     2010– Played in all 13 games, earning a star ng
                                        sack … season-high six tackles against Pi sburgh      job at tackle for the final three games of the
                                        … three tackles vs. both Air Force and Boise          regular season … 21 total tackles with 2.5 TFL
                                        State… two tackles included a half sack against       and a half sack … five tackles and a half sack
                                        San Jose State.                                       against San Jose State… four tackles vs. TCU
                                        2009– Rivals.com second-team Freshman All-            included one TFL … four tackles vs. Wyoming
                                        American … played in all 13 games and started         … also made several cameo appearances at
                                        the last seven at nose tackle … 37 total tackles      offensive guard.                                              Senior J.J. Williams is expected to start at
                                        included 6.0 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks … 13                                                                   either rover or mac linebacker. He missed most
                                        tackles with 1.5 TFL in first career start vs. Air     PRIOR TO UTAH: Played for Snow College in                    of last season with a foot injury.
                                        Force … eight tackles against TCU … had a 9-yard      2008, making 52 tackles with 14 TFL, three sacks
                                        sack with two tackles and a forced fumble vs.         and one forced fumble ... prepped at Bingham                 a foot injury … played in two games (TCU and
                                        UNLV … assisted sack and a fumble recovery            High (Utah), where he was first-team all-state by             Notre Dame) … started against Notre Dame
                                        against Louisville.                                   both the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News              when he recorded three of his four total tackles.
                                        2008–Redshirt.                                        ... 72 tackles and seven sacks as a senior in 2007           2009-Played in 13 games, star ng against Air
                                                                                              ... Bingham went 14-0 and won the state tle                  Force ... 20 total tackles included a season-high
                                        HIGH SCHOOL: All-state, all-region and all-valley                                                                  nine against Air Force ... two solo tackles and a
                                        defensive end as a senior in 2007 … three-year        PERSONAL: Son of Star Lotulelei, Sr. ... married             pass breakup against New Mexico ... Academic
                                        starter for Timpanogos High (Utah) … led class        (Fuiva) ... daughter Arilani ... sociology major             All-MWC.
                                        5A in sacks as a junior and had 13 sacks as a         … full name is Starlite Lotulelei ... last name is           2006-Played in all 13 games, star ng the last
                                        senior … ranked No. 48 in the na on at his            pronounced lo-too-leh-lay ... born in Tonga.                 seven games at rover linebacker ... got his first
                                        posi on by Scout.com.                                                                                              start against New Mexico when the two players
                                                                                              YEAR       G/GS    UT     AT   TOT         TFL       SACK
                                                                                              2010       13/3     7     14    21       2.5-6       0.5-3
                                                                                                                                                           ahead of him were injured and then never
                                        PERSONAL: Son of Paul and Jennifer Kruger …                                                                        relinquished the posi on ... 55 tackles ranked
                                        father played football for Oregon State … three                                                                    fi h on the team ... returned an intercep on
                                        brothers and two sisters … brother Paul was                                                                        22 yards for a touchdown against UNLV ... 4.5
                                        an all-conference defensive end for Utah in
                                        2008 and now plays for the Bal more Ravens …                                   13                                  tackles for loss.
                                                                                                                                                           2005-Redshirt.
                                        brother Joe is a sophomore defensive end for                                   J.J. WILLIAMS
                                                                                                                       J                                   HIGH SCHOOL: Twice named all-league at
                                        Utah … has not declared a major … full name is                                                                     Grandview High (Colo.) ... a two- me defensive
                                                                                                                       Linebacker
                                        David Brent Kruger … born May 17, 1990.                                        6-0, 220, Sr.                       MVP ... team captain as a senior ... also le ered
                                                                                                                       3VL                                 in baseball ... baseball team won conference in
                                        YEAR     G/GS     UT    AT   TOT       TFL    SACK                             Aurora, Colo.
                                        2009      13/7    13    24    37    6.0-18   1.5-13
                                                                                                                                                           2004 ... academic all-state.
                                                                                                                       Grandview HS
                                        2010     13/10     6    21    27     2.0-7    0.5-3
                                        Totals   26/17    19    45    64    8.0-25   2.0-16                                                                PERSONAL: Son of Doug and Rhonda Williams
                                                                                              UTAH: One me walk-on is projected to start                   ... one brother and two sisters ... father played
                                                                                              at either rover or mac linebacker a er first                  football for BYU ... brother played football at
                                                                                              recovering from January foot surgery … will                  the University of Pennsylvania ... served an LDS
                                                                                              miss spring ball … played in all 13 games as a               mission to the West Indies from 2007-2009 ...
                                                                                              freshman and sophomore (star ng in eight)                    economics major ... full name is Jaysen Williams,
                                                                                              before missing 11 games last season with a foot              but he prefers J.J. ... born Feb. 26, 1986.
                                                                                              injury … played as a true freshman in 2006,
                                                                                                                                                           YEAR     G/GS     UT    AT   TOT      TFL    INT
                                                                                              followed by an LDS church mission …returned to               2006     13/7     30    25    55    4.5-9 1-22-1
                                                                                              the team in the spring of 2009.                              2009     13/0      8    12    20      0-0    0-0
                                                                                              2010: Pegged as a starter in the preseason, he               2010      2/1      3     1     4      0-0    0-0
                                                                                              spent most of the year on the disabled list with             Totals   28/8     41    38    79    4.5-9 1-22-1



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SIAOSI AIONO                                        JOSEPH BRYANT                                       NATE FAKAHAFUA
Offensive Line                                      Defensive Back                                      Defensive Line
6-2, 290, Fr.                                       6-4, 194, Fr.                                       6-3, 196, Fr.
HS                                                  HS                                                  HS
West Covina, Calif.                                 Bryan, Texas                                        Salt Lake City
South Hills HS                                      Bryan HS                                            Highland HS  
First-team all-Sierra League … second-team          Free safety was first-team all-district … Bryan HS   2010 Utah 4A MVP as a receiver will play




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all-sate … 2010 Nike Camp offensive line MVP         (Texas) team captain … le ered three years in       defensive end at Utah … first-team all-state in
… South Hills HS (Calif.) team captain … also       both football and track … son of Joe Bryant and     2010 and second-team all-state in 2009 … first-
le ered in track … parents are Mac and Rita …       Helen King … father is a correc onal officer and      team all-region in 2009 and 2010 … led Highland
one brother and three sisters … enjoys playing      mother is a deten on officer … one brother and        High to the 2010 4A state championship,
the ukulele … full name is Tau Siaosi Aiono         one sister … enjoys hun ng, fishing and working      catching 10 passes for a state record 200
(name is pronounced see-oh-see eye-oh-no) …         on cars … born Apr. 26, 1993.                       yards and three touchdowns in the tle game
born May 16, 1993 in Salt Lake City.                                                                    (also had two sacks) … as a senior, he had 58
                                                                                                        recep ons for 1,351 yards (96.5 yards per game)
                                                    ANTHONY DENHAM                                      and 17 touchdowns … two-way player totaled
ISAAC ASIATA                                        Wide Receiver                                       62 tackles, 17.5 sacks and two intercep ons in
Offensive Line                                      6-4, 231, Jr.
                                                                                                        2010 … Highland High’s team captain in football
6-3, 318, Fr.                                       JC
                                                    Monterey Park, Calif.                               and basketball … won four le ers in football,
HS
Spanish Fork, Utah                                  East L.A. College                                   basketball and track … second-team all-state and
Spanish Fork HS                                                                                         first-team all-region basketball selec on in 2009
                                                    All-state and all-conference receiver for East      … honor roll student has a 4.0 GPA his senior
Enrolled in school in January and will par cipate   L.A. College … four star recruit by both Rivals     year … son of Ana Fakahafua and stepfather Le
in spring camp … first-team all-state as a junior    and Scout … set school records for receiving        Fonohemia … guardians are Dave and Katherine
and senior … Spanish Fork HS (Utah) team            yards and touchdowns in a game and a season         Orchard … has seven siblings … brother Jake
captain as a junior and senior … three-year         … as a freshman in 2009, had 1,189 receiving        Orchard plays basketball for Westminster
starter … two-year honor roll student … he and      yards and 16 touchdowns … finished second in         College in Salt Lake City … likes Chinese food
five siblings were raised by a single mom (Leitu     the American Mountain Conference rankings in        and country music … full name is Napaa Lilo
Tui) … three brothers and two sisters … cousin      2010 with 40 catches for 475 yards and seven        Fakahafua (pronounced fa-ka-lah-foo-a) … born
of former Ute running back Ma Asiata and            touchdowns … all-city, all-league while playing     Jan. 5, 1993 in Los Angeles.
current Ute RB Shawn Asiata … full name is Isaac    for Woodrow Wilson HS (Calif.) … team captain
Andrew Asiata (pronounced ah-see-ah-ta) …           led Woodrow Wilson in receiving three years …
born Dec. 29, 1992.                                 won four le ers in football, two in basketball
                                                                                                        SENI FAUONUKU
                                                    and one in track … son of Anthony Denham Sr.        Defensive Line
                                                                                                        6-0, 290, Fr.
                                                    and Dana Lewis spent his high school years in
TEVITA BLOOMFIELD                                   foster care … two sisters and a brother … cousin
                                                                                                        HS
Linebacker                                                                                              West Jordan, Utah
                                                    is married to former 12-year NFL safety Marcus      Bingham HS  
6-0, 230, Fr.
                                                    Robertson … hopes to major in sociology/
HS
West Valley City, Utah                              criminal jus ce … full name is Anthony Dion         Played for championship teams in both Texas
Hunter HS                                           Denham Jr. … nickname is A.D. … born July 21,       (Euless Trinity HS) and Utah (Bingham HS) …
                                                    1991.                                               Euless Trinity was crowned the 2007 na onal
Second-team all-state as a senior in 2010 …                                                             champion, while Bingham won Utah 5A state
all-region 2 … set Hunter High (Utah) record for                                                          tles in 2009 and 2010 … first-team all-state
tackles in a game … All-America rugby player                                                            in Utah as a junior and senior and honorable
played for Highland High’s state champion team                                                          men on as a sophomore … Euless Trinity’s
… selected for the rugby All-American game vs.                                                          freshman MVP in 2007 … 98 tackles, eight sacks,
Canada … also le ered in basketball (Hunter                                                             four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery
High) … honor roll student every year … son of                                                          as a junior … 75 tackles and eight sacks as a
Tefua and Kavata Bloomfield … father played                                                              senior at Bingham High … earned three le ers
football for BYU from 1993-95 … one of nine                                                             in football and two in wrestling … placed fi h
children … born Aug. 8, 1993.                                                                           in the state in the heavyweight class in 2010
                                                                                                        … only person in his family to graduate from
                                                                                                        high school … son of Tevita Fauonuku and
                                                                                                        Gena Newton … six siblings … enjoys playing
                                                                                                        rugby and wrestling … interested in majoring
                                                                                                        in physical educa on and sports medicine …
                                                                                                        full name is Viliseni Fauonuku, but goes by Seni
                                                                                                        (name is pronounced senny fow-oh-new-koo)…
                                                                                                        born Apr. 30, 1993 in Oahu, Hawaii.




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                                        CHARLES HENDERSON                                  DANIEL KRISTENSEN                                   earned le ers in football, track and basketball …
                                        Wide Receiver                                      Offensive Line                                      son of Keith McGill, Sr. and Shoundelle Paxton
                                        5-9, 172, Fr.                                      6-5, 257, Fr.                                       … father is a doctor and a USC graduate … two
                                        HS                                                 HS                                                  sisters … has a daughter (Khiani) … hobbies
                                        New Orleans, La.                                   Salt Lake City                                      include paintball and cars … would like to major
                                        McDonogh 35 HS                                     Cottonwood HS                                       in mass communica on … full name is Keith
                                                                                                                                               William McGill II … born Mar. 9, 1989.
                                        All-state receiver as a senior in 2010 …           All-region and all-state … led Co onwood HS
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                                        three- me all-district kick and punt returner      (Utah) in de-cleaters as a junior (87) and senior
                                        … 45 recep ons for 1,076 yards and eight           (98) … earned three le ers in football and two      DANIEL NIELSON
                                        touchdowns his senior year … McDonogh 35           in basketball … honor roll student … son of         Offensive Line
                                        HS (La.) was the 2009 10-4A champion … also        Michael and Jamie Kristensen … two brothers         6-6, 321, Fr.
                                        le ered in track … made the Principal’s honor      and a sister … enjoys astronomy, basketball and     HS
                                        roll and Maroon honor roll … son of the late       reading … full name is Daniel Kama Kristensen …     Hurricane, Utah
                                                                                                                                               Hurricane HS  
                                        Charles Thomas and Nadine Henderson … father       born Mar. 30, 1993.
                                        played football at Southeastern Louisiana …                                                            2010 first-team all-state … 2009 honorable
                                        mother has a master’s degree in social work                                                            men on all-state … first-team all-region as a
                                        from Southern University-New Orleans … two
                                                                                           HARVEY LANGI
                                                                                           Running Back                                        junior and senior … Hurricane HS (Utah) was
                                        brothers and two sisters … born Feb. 3, 1993.                                                          region champion in 2008, 2009 and 2010, and
                                                                                           6-1, 216, Fr.
                                                                                           HS                                                  was the state runner-up in 2009 … earned
                                        BENJI KEMOEATU                                     South Jordan, Utah                                  three le ers in football and wrestling and two
                                        Offensive Line                                     Bingham HS                                          in track … 2010 3A state heavyweight wrestling
                                        6-5, 350, Jr.                                                                                          champion … physics Student of the Year … son
                                        JC                                                 Enrolled in school in January and will par cipate   of Barra and Bri a Nielson … one brother and
                                        Kahuku, Hawaii                                     in spring camp … All-American played in the         three sisters … comes from an athle cally and
                                        Lackawanna CC                                      2010 Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio,         musically gi ed family: brother Jacob plays
                                                                                           Texas … 2010 5A MVP … first-team all-state as        football, throws the discus in track and plays
                                        Played one year at Lackawanna Community            a junior and senior … led Bingham HS (Utah) to      cello; sister Rachel plays volleyball, basketball
                                        College in Scranton, Pa. (2009) … signed a         back-to-back 5A state championships in 2009         and violin, sister Sariah plays viola and sister
                                        Na onal Le er of Intent with Utah on Mar. 4,       and 2010 … Bingham Outstanding Running Back         Maggie rides horses and plays violin … born Mar.
                                        2011 … expects to join the Utes in the summer      and team captain … 570 career rushes for 4,289      28, 1993.
                                        a er comple ng his academic requirements           yards and 55 touchdowns … 152 carries, 1,399
                                        … in high school, he was first-team all-state       yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior … MVP of        JARED NORRIS
                                        and all-OIA as in 2006 and 2007 … Rivals.com       Nike Football Training Camp in Miami … honor
                                                                                                                                               Linebacker
                                        No. 2-rated recruit out of Hawaii and the No.      roll student … son of Samuela and Kaiesita Langi
                                                                                                                                               6-1, 232, Fr.
                                        12 offensive line prospect in the na on as          … has five brothers and three sisters … interests    HS
                                        a senior in 2007 … Scout.com rated him the         include movies and swimming … full name is          Bakersfield, Calif.
                                        na on’s No. 9 prep center in 2007 … started        Havea Hikuleo Langi (pronounced long-ee) …          Centennial HS
                                        four years at Kahuka High (Hawaii) … Kahuka        born Sept. 24, 1992.
                                        was the 2005 and 2006 state champ … played                                                             All-conference and all-state as a senior …
                                        in the Army all-star game … also par cipated in                                                        first-team all-area and all-area Defensive
                                        judo and wrestling … son of Manako and Ahea
                                                                                           KEITH MCGILL                                        Player of the Year … Bakersfield Jockey Club’s
                                        Kolovetekina Kemoeatu … three brothers played      Defensive Back                                      2010 Outstanding Athlete Award … two- me
                                                                                           6-3, 200, Jr.                                       Defensive Player of the Week … 2009 and
                                        for Utah: Ma’ake (1998-2001), Chris (2001-04)
                                                                                           JC                                                  2010 Hometown All-Stars Linebacker Award …
                                        and Tevita (2001-04) … Chris was a first-team       La Mirada, Calif.
                                        All-American in 2004 and now starts for the                                                            captained Centennial HS (Calif.) football team …
                                                                                           Cerritos College  
                                        Pi sburgh Steelers … Ma’ake is an eight-year pro                                                       three-year star ng linebacker … Centennial HS
                                        in his first year with the Washington Redskins                                                          (Calif.) co-Defensive MVP as a junior .. second-
                                                                                           First-team All-America safety … 11th-rated
                                        a er four years with the Bal more Ravens and                                                           team all-area and all-league in 2009 … Centennial
                                                                                           player (all posi ons) in the Rivals.com Juco
                                        three with the Carolina Panthers … one sister …                                                        was SYL league and area champion his junior and
                                                                                           Top 50 players … first-team all-state and all-
                                        enjoys rugby, fishing and cooking … full name                                                           senior yeasr … team also won conference tle
                                                                                           conference … Northern Conference Defensive
                                        is Penisimani Kemoeatu … goes by Benji … last                                                          in 2009 … won three le ers in football and one
                                                                                           Player of the Year … Cerritos College was the
                                        name is pronounced kay-moy-ah-too … born                                                               in baseball … son of David Morris and Michelle
                                                                                           Northern Conference co-champion and playedi n
                                        Nov. 8, 1990.                                                                                          Barge … father is a deputy sheriff and mother
                                                                                           the 2010 Southern California Bowl … in 2010, he
                                                                                                                                               is an a orney … father swam in college … three
                                                                                           had 37 tackles, seven intercep ons (returned for
                                                                                                                                               brothers and one sister … enjoys skateboarding,
                                                                                           203 yards and a touchdown), five pass breakups
                                                                                                                                               boogie boarding, snowboarding, quad-riding
                                                                                           and two blocked kicks … blocked a field goal
                                                                                                                                               and X-Box Live … avid skateboarder a ended
                                                                                           a empt by Bakersfield College on the last play
                                                                                                                                               a professional skateboarding camp (Camp
                                                                                           of the game, finishing the play by receiving a
                                                                                                                                               Woodward) and was the biggest skateboarder
                                                                                           lateral at the 35-yard line and scoring the game-
                                                                                                                                               they had ever had … full name is Jared Sco
                                                                                           winning touchdown … at La Mirada High, he
                                                                                                                                               Norris … born July 19, 1993.


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JARRELL OLIVER                                       … Scholar-Athlete all four years … Silver Spur       TRAVIS STILL
Running Back                                         award recipient … le ered one year in football       Wide Receiver
5-9, 210, Fr.                                        and three years in baseball … son of Jimmy           6-1, 194, Fr.
HS                                                   and Deanna Pedroza … one brother … enjoys            HS
Sugar Land, Texas                                    snowboarding and math … name is pronounced           Spanish Fork, Utah
Dulles HS                                            quin- n ped-ro-za … nickname is Q … born May         Spanish Fork HS  
                                                     12, 1993.
First-team all-district as a junior and senior …




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                                                                                                          Second-team all-state as a senior … two years
23-5A Newcomer of the Year … le ered three
                                                     JORDAN ROBLES                                        honorable men on all-state … Spanish Fork HS
years in football and one year in track at Dulles
                                                                                                          (Utah) Sophomore of the Year in 2008 … also
HS (Texas) … DECA vice president … son of Jarrod     Offensive Line
                                                                                                          earned three le ers in baseball and basketball
and Maylasia Oliver … one sister … enjoys golf,      6-5, 257, Fr.
                                                     HS                                                   … Spanish Fork won two state baseball
fishing and watching movies … full name is
                                                     Woodland Hills, Utah                                 championships (2009-10) … son of Brian and
Jarrell Kevin Oliver (first name is pronounced
                                                     Salem Hills HS                                       Shelly S ll … two brothers and one sister …
ja-rell) … born April 29, 1993.
                                                                                                          enjoys camping and fishing … full name is Travis
                                                     All-state, all-region … Salem Hills HS (Utah) team   Brian S ll (pronounced steel) … born Dec. 11,
PO’U PALELEI                                         captain … son of Rob and Jeane Robles … both         1992.
Offensive Line                                       parents played basketball at Snow College … two
6-5, 380, Jr.                                        brothers and three sisters … brother Griff is a       JOHN WHITE IV
JC                                                   sophomore quarterback for the Utes … enjoys
Las Vegas, Nev.                                                                                           Running Back
                                                     playing the guitar … full name is Jordan Dus n       5-9, 190, Jr.
Salt Lake CC                                         Robles … born Sept. 21, 1992 in Santa Clara,         JC
Signed an NLI on March 1 … played one year           Calif.                                               Torrance, Calif.
of junior college ball at Eastern Arizona in                                                              L.A. Harbor College
2008, redshir ng in 2009 … a ended Salt Lake         ERIC ROWE
Community College in 2010… prepped at Bishop                                                              Mid-year junior college signee intends to start
                                                     Defensive Back
Gorman HS (Nev.), where he was all-state, all-                                                            school this spring … Central West Conference
                                                     6-1, 177, Fr.
region and all-conference in 2006 … played in        HS                                                   Offensive Player of the Year … set numerous L.A.
the 2007 U.S. Army All-American Bowl … also          Spring, Texas                                        Harbor College records from 2009-10 … school
played on the defensive line in high school … 23     Klein HS                                             career records include: rushing yards (2,527),
pancake blocks as a senior … 49 career pancake                                                            rushing touchdowns (34), total touchdowns
blocks … 21 tackles, six TFL and three sacks on      First-team 13-5A all-district in 2010 and second-    (41), points (248), all-purpose yards (3,767) …
defense as a senior … 31 tackles, seven TFL, one     team in 2009 … third-team 5A all-state as a          school single-season records include: rushing
sack, three quarterback hurries and 25 pancake       junior and honorable men on as a senior …            touchdowns (18), total touchdowns (25), points
blocks while grading out close to 90-percent on      2010 Rivals 5A all-state pick …2010 5A first-         (152), all-purpose yards (2,056) … last fall, he
the offensive line in 2005 … had 19 tackles, five      team all-Texas defense … 2010 Texas AP Top 100       rushed for 1,491 yards on 184 carries, averaging
TFL, one sack, two quarterback hurries and 10        Football Player … first-team all-area defense         8.1 yards per carry and 149.1 yards per game
pancake blocks in 2004 … name is pronounced          as a junior and first-team all-Greater Houston        … had four 200-plus yard games in 10 games in
po pah-leh-lay … has four sisters … uncle of the     defense as a senior … VYPE Magazine’s Top            2010 … rushed for 18 touchdowns as a freshman
same name played football at Washington State        50 Legends of the Fall … finalist for Defensive       and 16 as a sophomore … second-leading
… married to the former Teishna Hoopiiaina           Player of the Year by the Houston Touchdown          receiver on 2010 team had 21 catches for
Palelei … born Nov. 4, 1988.                         Club … Klein HS (Texas) Most Valuable Defensive      176 yards … set L.A. Harbor record for longest
                                                     back as a junior and senior … team captain his       run from scrimmage (97 yards) and longest
                                                     senior year … Klein High made the 2009 state         kickoff return (107 yards) … L.A. Harbor won
QUINTON PEDROZA                                      semi-finals and was the region champion …             league tles in 2009 and 2010 … prepped at
Wide Receiver/Defensive Back                         career stats included 207 tackles, four forced       South Torrance (Calif.) High, where he was all-
6-2, 211, Fr.                                                                                             conference, all-state and all-CIF … 1,850 rushing
                                                     fumbles, nine intercep ons (returned one for
HS                                                                                                        yards and 29 touchdowns in nine games as a
Chino, Calif.                                        a touchdown), three blocked punts and two
                                                     kickoff returns for a touchdown … also competes       senior in 2008 … also le ered in track … son of
Chino HS
                                                     in basketball and track … all-district basketball    John White III and Vicki White … one brother
League MVP in his only year playing high             player as a junior … member of Na onal Honor         and one sister … interests include computer
school football … all-conference, all-valley, all-   Society … son of Nelson and Denise Rowe …            graphics, drawing, music and wolves … wants to
San Bernardino County … set Chino HS (Calif.)        father graduated from Purdue and mother              major in sociology … full name is John White IV
season records for recep ons (54), receiving         from Cleveland State … two sisters both play         … born April 7, 1991.
yards (1,078) and receiving touchdowns (16)          volleyball … lived in six ci es in four states
… averaged 19.96 yards per catch … also had          growing up … full name is Nelson Eric Rowe Jr …
67 tackles and four intercep ons in 2010 and         born Oct. 3, 1992 in Cleveland, Ohio.
returned punts and kickoffs … averaged 15.38
yards on eight punt returns and 31.87 yards
on 15 kickoff returns (478 yards) … Chino High
won 2010 league tle and was 11-1 overall


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                                        TEAM STATISTICS                                                                          2010 RESULTS
                                        Category                                      UU                           OPP
                                        SCORING                                      430                            264          Date       Opponent                 Result           A end.     TV
                                         Points Per Game                             33.1                          20.3          Sept. 2    PITTSBURGH               W, 27-24 (OT)    45,730     VERSUS
                                        FIRST DOWNS                                  243                            219
                                                                                                                                 Sept. 11   UNLV *                   W, 38-10         45,102     The Mtn.
                                         Rushing                                     104                             73
                                         Passing                                     125                            128          Sept. 18   at New Mexico *          W, 56-14         23,940     The Mtn.
                                         Penalty                                       14                            18          Sept. 25   SAN JOSE STATE (HC)      W, 56-3          45,099
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                                        RUSHING YARDAGE                             1988                          1452           Oct. 9     at Iowa State            W, 68-27         43,195     FCS
                                         Yards gained rushing                       2153                          1811           Oct. 16    at Wyoming *             W, 30-6          20,014     The Mtn.
                                         Yards lost rushing                          165                            359          Oct. 23    COLORADO STATE *         W, 59-6          45,029     The Mtn.
                                         Rushing A empts                              428                           451          Oct. 30    at Air Force *           W, 28-23         37,211     CBS C
                                         Average Per Rush                              4.6                           3.2         Nov. 6     TCU *                    L, 47-7          46,522     CBS C
                                         Average Per Game                           152.9                         111.7          Nov. 13    at Notre Dame *          L, 28-3          80,795     NBC
                                         TDs Rushing                                   27                              9
                                                                                                                                 Nov. 20    at San Diego State *     W, 38-34         34,951     The Mtn.
                                        PASSING YARDAGE                             3069                          2927
                                         Comp-A -Int                          248-398-12                    233-380-12           Nov. 27    BRIGHAM YOUNG *          W, 17-16         45,272     The Mtn./CBS C
                                         Average Per Pass                              7.7                           7.7         Dec. 22    vs. Boise State $        L, 26-3          41,923     ESPN
                                         Average Per Catch                           12.4                          12.6          HC-Homecoming; *-MWC game; $-Las Vegas Bowl
                                         Average Per Game                           236.1                         225.2
                                         TDs Passing                                   24                            20
                                        TOTAL OFFENSE                               5057                          4379
                                         Total Plays                                 826                            831         RUSHING
                                         Average Per Play                              6.1                           5.3        Player                 GP     A Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
                                         Average Per Game                           389.0                         336.8         WIDE, Eddie            13    149 742   25 717 4.8 11   39 55.2
                                        KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                    46-1100                       60-1122          ASIATA, Ma             13    155 706   11 695 4.5 8    42 53.5
                                        PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                     35-616                        11-113          ROBLES, Griff            4     17 130    6 124 7.3 0    47 31.0
                                        INT RETURNS: #-Yards                      12-194                        12-167          SHAKERIN,Sausan         6     12 105    0 105 8.8 2    72 17.5
                                        KICK RETURN AVERAGE                          23.9                          18.7         DUNN, Reggie           13     12 107    8   99 8.2 2   43    7.6
                                                                                                                                CAIN, Terrance         10     25 127   42   85 3.4 1   21    8.5
                                        PUNT RETURN AVERAGE                          17.6                          10.3
                                                                                                                                VAKAPUNA, Tauni        13     19   79   0   79 4.2 2   24    6.1
                                        INT RETURN AVERAGE                           16.2                          13.9         BURTON, Beau           11      9   59   0   59 6.6 1   19    5.4
                                        FUMBLES-LOST                               20-14                         27-13          SMITHSON, Shaky        13      4   33   0   33 8.2 0   20    2.5
                                        PENALTIES-Yards                           76-665                        61-505          SELLWOOD, Sean         13      1   17   0   17 17.0 0  17    1.3
                                         Average Per Game                            51.2                          38.8         PHILLIPS, Joe          13      1    7   0    7 7.0 0    7    0.5
                                        PUNTS-Yards                              55-2052                       67-2720          BROOKS, Jereme         13      2    0   8   -8 -4.0 0   0 -0.6
                                         Average Per Punt                            37.3                          40.6         WYNN, Jordan           10     18   41  52  -11 -0.6 0  10 -1.1
                                         Net punt average                            33.8                          30.2         TEAM                    7      4    0  13  -13 -3.2 0   0 -1.9
                                        TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                    29:29                         30:31          Total                  13    428 2153 165 1988 4.6 27  72 152.9
                                        3RD-DOWN Conversions                      74/175                        66/182          Opponents              13    451 1811 359 1452 3.2 9   84 111.7
                                         3rd-Down Pct                                42%                           36%
                                        4TH-DOWN Conversions                       11/17                           4/19         PASSING
                                         4th-Down Pct                                65%                           21%          Player                  G     Effic    Cmp-A -Int       Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
                                        SACKS BY-Yards                            29-195                         12-77          WYNN, Jordan           10   139.85   186-299-10      62.2 2334 17 71 233.4
                                        MISC YARDS                                   103                               0        CAIN, Terrance         10   141.51      61-96-2      63.5 703 6 75 70.3
                                        TOUCHDOWNS SCORED                              56                            32         SMITHSON, Shaky        13   349.40        1-2-0      50.0   32 1 32     2.5
                                                                                                                                ROBLES, Griff            4     0.00        0-1-0       0.0    0 0   0    0.0
                                        FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS                       13-17                         15-21
                                        ON-SIDE KICKS                                 1-1                           1-1         Total                  13   140.95   248-398-12      62.3 3069 24 75 236.1
                                                                                                                                Opponents              13   137.07   233-380-12      61.3 2927 20 93 225.2
                                        RED-ZONE SCORES                      (41-49) 84%                   (30-36) 83%
                                        RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS                  (33-49) 67%                   (16-36) 44%
                                        PAT-ATTEMPTS                         (55-56) 98%                   (25-28) 89%          RECEIVING
                                                                                                                                Player                  G      No.        Yds         Avg   TD      Long Avg/G
                                        ATTENDANCE                                272754                        240106
                                                                                                                                BROOKS, Jereme         13       51        633        12.4    4        75   48.7
                                         Games/Avg Per Game                      6/45459                       6/40018          CHRISTOPHER, De        12       39        660        16.9    6        71   55.0
                                         Neutral Site Games                                                   1/41923           WIDE, Eddie            13       34        271         8.0    2        31   20.8
                                                                                                                                ASIATA, Ma             13       32        195         6.1    1        19   15.0
                                                                                                                                SMITHSON, Shaky        13       25        383        15.3    3        61   29.5
                                        SCORE BY QUARTERS                                                                       MATTHEWS, Luke         13       18        289        16.1    3        57   22.2
                                        Quarter                      1st   2nd    3rd            4th       OT       Total       MOEAI, Kendrick        12       11        225        20.5    1        47   18.8
                                        Utah                         57    162    111             97        3        430        ROGERS, Dallin         12       11        167        15.2    2        36   13.9
                                        Opponents                    71     58     79             56        0        264        CLIFFORD, Brad          6        6         79        13.2    0        30   13.2
                                                                                                                                ASIATA, Shawn          13        6         32         5.3    1        10    2.5
                                                                                                                                MOALA, Fatu            13        5         44         8.8    0        13    3.4
                                                                                                                                DUNN, Reggie           13        4         70        17.5    0        42    5.4
                                                                                                                                RANSOM, Dexter          8        2         12         6.0    0         8    1.5
                                                                                                                                MCNABB, Griff            8        2          8         4.0    1         5    1.0
                                                                                                                                SHAKERIN,Sausan         6        1          6         6.0    0         6    1.0
                                                                                                                                VAKAPUNA, Tauni        13        1         -5        -5.0    0         0   -0.4
                                                                                                                                Total                  13      248       3069        12.4   24        75 236.1
                                                                                                                                Opponents              13      233       2927        12.6   20        93 225.2


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TOTAL OFFENSE                                                 PUNT RETURNS
Player             G   Plays   Rush   Pass   Total   Avg/G    Player                                  No.       Yds     Avg       TD   Long
WYNN, Jordan      10    317     -11   2334   2323     232.3   SMITHSON, Shaky                          30       572    19.1        2     78
CAIN, Terrance    10    121      85    703    788      78.8   MCNABB, Griff                              3        22     7.3        0     11
WIDE, Eddie       13    149     717      0    717      55.2   TOPPS, Reggie                             1        10    10.0        1     10
ASIATA, Ma        13    155     695      0    695      53.5   BIRD, Greg                                1        12    12.0        0      0
ROBLES, Griff       4      18    124      0    124      31.0   Total                                    35       616    17.6        3     78
SHAKERIN,Sausan    6      12    105      0    105      17.5   Opponents                                11       113    10.3        2     19




                                                                                                                                               2 0 1 1 S P R I NG P R O S P E C T U S
DUNN, Reggie      13      12     99      0      99      7.6
VAKAPUNA, Tauni   13      19     79      0      79      6.1
SMITHSON, Shaky   13       6     33     32      65      5.0   INTERCEPTIONS
BURTON, Beau      11       9     59      0      59      5.4   Player                                  No.       Yds     Avg       TD   Long
SELLWOOD, Sean    13       1     17      0      17      1.3   BLECHEN, Brian                            4        16     4.0        0     14
PHILLIPS, Joe     13       1      7      0       7      0.5   TAPLIN-ROSS, Ju                           2        49    24.5        0     52
BROOKS, Jereme    13       2     -8      0      -8     -0.6   WALKER, Chaz                              2        24    12.0        0     24
TEAM               7       4    -13      0     -13     -1.9   BURTON, Brandon                           2        69    34.5        0     57
Total             13    826    1988   3069   5057     389.0   BLACK, Conroy                             1         0     0.0        0      0
Opponents         13    831    1452   2927   4379     336.8   MARTINEZ, Ma                              1        36    36.0        1     36
                                                              Total                                    12       194    16.2        1     57
                                                              Opponents                                12       167    13.9        0     57
ALL PURPOSE
Player             G Rush Rec PR KOR IR      Tot Avg/G
SMITHSON, Shaky   13   33 383 572 507 0 1495 115.0            KICK RETURNS
WIDE, Eddie       13 717 271     0    0 0 988 76.0            Player                                  No.        Yds    Avg       TD   Long
ASIATA, Ma        13 695 195     0    0 0 890 68.5            SMITHSON, Shaky                          21        507   24.1        0     52
BROOKS, Jereme    13   -8 633    0   63 0 688 52.9            DUNN, Reggie                             12        355   29.6        1    100
CHRISTOPHER, De   12    0 660    0   27 0 687 57.2            BROOKS, Jereme                            3         63   21.0        0     24
DUNN, Reggie      13   99   70   0 355 0 524 40.3             TAPLIN-ROSS, Ju                           3         67   22.3        0     36
MATTHEWS, Luke    13    0 289    0    0 0 289 22.2            MCNABB, Griff                              2         36   18.0        0     24
MOEAI, Kendrick   12    0 225    0    0 0 225 18.8            A’ASA, Neli                               2         24   12.0        0     18
ROGERS, Dallin    12    0 167    0    0 0 167 13.9            CHRISTOPHER, De                           1         27   27.0        0     27
ROBLES, Griff       4 124     0   0    0 0 124 31.0            ASIATA, Shawn                             1         10   10.0        0     10
TAPLIN-ROSS, Ju   13    0    0   0   67 49 116      8.9       ANDERSEN, Boo                             1         11   11.0        0     11
SHAKERIN,Sausan    6 105     6   0    0 0 111 18.5            Total                                    46       1100   23.9        1    100
CAIN, Terrance    10   85    0   0    0 0     85    8.5       Opponents                                60       1122   18.7        0     71
CLIFFORD, Brad     6    0   79   0    0 0     79 13.2
VAKAPUNA, Tauni   13   79   -5   0    0 0     74    5.7       FUMBLE RETURNS
BURTON, Brandon   13    0    0   0    0 69    69    5.3       Player                                  No.        Yds    Avg       TD   Long
MCNABB, Griff       8    0    8 22    36 0     66    8.2       Total                                     0          0    0.0        0      0
BURTON, Beau      11   59    0   0    0 0     59    5.4       Opponents                                 4         41   10.2        1     27
MOALA, Fatu       13    0   44   0    0 0     44    3.4
ASIATA, Shawn
MARTINEZ, Ma
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                                                    2.8
                                                              SCORING
                                                                                                |------------ PATs ------------|
WALKER, Chaz      13    0    0   0    0 24    24    1.8       Player                   TD   FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
A’ASA, Neli       13    0    0   0   24 0     24    1.8       PHILLIPS, Joe             0 13-17 55-56        0-0      0 0-0      0 0  94
SELLWOOD, Sean    13   17    0   0    0 0     17    1.3       WIDE, Eddie              13   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  78
BLECHEN, Brian    13    0    0   0    0 16    16    1.2       ASIATA, Ma                9   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  54
RANSOM, Dexter     8    0   12   0    0 0     12    1.5       CHRISTOPHER, De           6   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  36
BIRD, Greg        13    0    0 12     0 0     12    0.9       SMITHSON, Shaky           5   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  30
ANDERSEN, Boo     13    0    0   0   11 0     11    0.8       BROOKS, Jereme            4   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  24
TOPPS, Reggie     13    0    0 10     0 0     10    0.8       MATTHEWS, Luke            3   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  18
PHILLIPS, Joe     13    7    0   0    0 0      7    0.5       DUNN, Reggie              3   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  18
WYNN, Jordan      10 -11     0   0    0 0    -11 -1.1         VAKAPUNA, Tauni           2   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  12
TEAM               7 -13     0   0    0 0    -13 -1.9         ROGERS, Dallin            2   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  12
Total             13 1988 3069 616 1100 194 6967 535.9        SHAKERIN,Sausan           2   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0  12
Opponents         13 1452 2927 113 1122 167 5781 444.7        CAIN, Terrance            1   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   6
                                                              MOEAI, Kendrick           1   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   6
                                                              TOPPS, Reggie             1   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   6
                                                              MCNABB, Griff              1   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   6
                                                              MARTINEZ, Ma              1   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   6
                                                              BURTON, Beau              1   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   6
                                                              ASIATA, Shawn             1   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   6
                                                              BLECHEN, Brian            0   0-0    0-0       0-0      0 0-0      0 0   0
                                                              Total                    56 13-17 55-56        0-0      0 0-0      0 0 430
                                                              Opponents                32 15-21 25-28        0-2      1 1-2      0 0 264

                                                              FIELD GOALS
                                                              Player              FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
                                                              PHILLIPS, Joe          13-17 76.5 0-0 5-5 3-5 5-7 0-0 48 0


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                                        2010 Statistics
                                        FG SEQUENCE                                                                                 PUNTING
                                        Team                                             Utah                Opponents              Player                  No.       Yds         Avg   Long    TB   FC   I20 Blkd
                                        Pi sburgh                                    (26),(21)         42,(37),(28),(30)            SELLWOOD, Sean           33      1353        41.0     67     3   16    10    3
                                        UNLV                                              (44)                      (28)            PHILLIPS, Joe            16       594        37.1     53     1    7     6    0
                                        New Mexico                                           -                        41            TEAM                      3         0         0.0      0     0    0     0    0
                                        San Jose State                                       -                      (20)            MARSH, Nick               3       105        35.0     45     0    0     1    0
                                        Iowa State                         (23),(25),(22),(33)                        53            Total                    55      2052        37.3     67     4   23    17    3
                                        Wyoming                                           (48)                        38            Opponents                67      2720        40.6     59     4    5    16    1
                                        Colorado State                                    (36)                 (27),(26)
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                                        Air Force                                           42                      (23)
                                        TCU                                                  -                 (24),(23)            KICKOFFS
                                        Notre Dame                                        (46)                         -            Player                  No.       Yds         Avg   TB     OB Retn Net YdLn
                                        San Diego State                                   (32)                         -            MARSH, Nick              65      4263        65.6   17      0    -    -   -
                                        BYU                                            45,(40)         (43),(37),(42),42            PHILLIPS, Joe            13       822        63.2    1      0    -    -   -
                                        Boise State                                39,(44),36               (29),27,(21)            Total                    78      5085        65.2   18      0 1122 46.2  23
                                        Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.                                       Opponents                58      3732        64.3   11      1 1100 41.6  28


                                        DEFENSIVE LEADERS
                                                                                            |---------Tackles---------|                      |-Sacks-|     |----Pass Def----|           |----Fumbles----| Blkd
                                        Player                                      GP       Solo       Ast      Total          TFL/Yds      No-Yards      Int-Yds     BrUp        QBH Rcv-Yds       FF Kick Saf
                                        32 WALKER, Chaz                             13         35        78       113             7.0-20        2.0-14       2-24           1         .          .    1       . .
                                        52 MARTINEZ, Ma                             13         37        54         91            5.5-17          1.5-6      1-36           1         .          .     .      . .
                                        2    BLECHEN, Brian                         13         37        30         67           3.5-25         1.5-19       4-16           5         .       1-0     2       . .
                                        21 CHAPMAN, Lamar                           13         48        19         67          10.5-64         6.5-51            .         3         .          .    3       . .
                                        33 TAPLIN-ROSS, Ju                          13         41        21         62             4.5-9         1.0-3       2-49           1         .          .     .      . .
                                        94 COX, Chris an                            13         19        34         53            8.5-41        4.0-32            .          .        .       2-0      .      . .
                                        27 BURTON, Brandon                          13         34        17         51            1.0-10               .     2-69           8        1           .    1      2  .
                                        18 MANIS, Chad                              11         26        25         51             2.5-6               .          .         1         .       1-0      .      . .
                                        98 SILIGA, Sealver                          12         16        25         41             4.0-8          1.5-4           .         1         .       1-0      .      . .
                                        90 SHELBY, Derrick                          12         19        20         39            6.5-34        2.0-20            .         3         .          .    3       . .
                                        45 ANDERSEN, Boo                            13          7        24         31             2.5-8         0.5-3            .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        44 KRUGER, Dave                             13          6        21         27             2.0-7          0.5-3           .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        92 LOTULELEI, Star                          13          7        14         21             2.5-6         0.5-3           .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        49 REILLY, Trevor                           11         11         8         19            5.5-16        2.0-11            .         1        1           .     .     1  .
                                        9    BLACK, Conroy                          13         15         4         19             1.0-4          1.0-4        1-0          3         .          .     .      . .
                                        35 BIRD, Greg                               13          8        11         19             1.0-2               .          .         1         .       2-0     1      1  .
                                        96 TUI’ONE, Junior                          10          7         9         16            2.0-10          1.0-9           .          .        .       1-0      .      . .
                                        25 HONEYCUTT, Mike                          12          5         6         11                  .              .          .          .        .          .     .     1  .
                                        19 CHAPPUIS, Quade                          11          4         7         11                  .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        91 AIONO, James                             10          5         5         10             0.5-1               .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        28 TOPPS, Reggie                            13          6         3           9            2.0-2          1.0-1           .         1         .          .     .      . .
                                        93 A’ASA, Neli                              13          4         4           8            2.5-7          1.5-5           .         1        1        1-0      .      . .
                                        15 WALKER, Michael                          12          5         3           8                 .              .         .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        68 HEIMULI, Latu                            12          3         4           7            1.0-7         1.0-7           .          1        1           .     .      . .
                                        38 BURTON, Beau                             11          1         6           7                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        24 VAKAPUNA, Tauni                          13          5         2           7                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        51 FAGERGREN, Dave                          12          1         6           7                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        97 FINAU, Tevita                             8          3         2           5                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        31 SPIKES, Victor                            6          2         3           5                 .             .          .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        99 KRUGER, Joe                              13          3         1           4            1.0-1               .          .         1         .          .     .      . .
                                        36 WIDE, Eddie                              13          4          .          4                 .             .          .          .         .       1-0     1       . .
                                        13 WILLIAMS, J.J.                            2          3         1           4                 .             .          .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        6    YANCY, Kamaron                          8           .        3           3                 .              .         .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        29 ROBINSON,Mychal                           7           .        3           3                 .              .         .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        47 WHITTINGHAM, Ty                          10          2         1           3                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        81 MOEAI, Kendrick                          12          2          .          2                 .              .          .          .        .       1-0     1       . .
                                        37 WASHINGTON,Chri                           4           .        2           2                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        59 TONGAONEVAI,Ron                           5          1         1           2                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        23 FREEMAN, Wykie                            7          2          .          2                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        8    MOALA, Fatu                            13          1         1           2                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        14 DUNN, Reggie                             13          2          .          2                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        83 FITZGERALD,Sean                          13          1         1           2                 .             .          .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        75 CULLEN, John                             12          2          .          2                 .             .          .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        41 KING, Jamel                               4          1         1           2                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        79 TAUMOELAU,Percy                          10           .        1           1                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        80 TONGA, Westlee                            9           .        1           1                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        34 ASIATA, Shawn                            13           .        1           1                 .              .         .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        7    CAIN, Terrance                         10          1          .          1                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        10 CHRISTOPHER, De                          12          1          .          1                 .              .         .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        11 MATTHEWS, Luke                           13          1          .          1                 .              .          .          .        .          .     .      . .
                                        30 MARSH, Nick                              13          1          .          1                 .              .          .          .        .       1-0      .      . .
                                        4    ASIATA, Ma                             13          1          .          1                 .             .          .          .         .          .     .      . .
                                        39 PHILLIPS, Joe                            13           .        1           1                 .             .          .           .        .          .     .      . .
                                        TM TEAM                                      7           .         .           .               .              .          .          .         .       1-0      .      . .
                                             Total                                  13        446       484       930            77-305        29-195      12-194         33         4       13-0    13      5  .
                                             Opponents                              13        423       500       923          46.0-187          12-77     12-167         31         8 14-41         13      4  .


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                                        2010 Starters
                                                 MAACO BOWL LAS VEGAS STARTERS
                                                 LT            LG               C                    RG              RT                 QB              RB             TE               TE                WR               WR
                                                 Sam           Caleb            Zane                 Tevita          Tony               Terrance        Ma             Kendrick         Dallin            DeVonte          Luke
                                                 Brenner       Schlauderaff      Taylor               Stevens         Bergstrom          Cain            Asiata         Moeai            Rogers            Christopher      Ma hews

                                                 LE            T                NT                   RE              RLB                MLB             SLB            CB               CB                FS               SS
                                                 Derrick       Sealver          Neli                 Chris an        Ma                 Chaz            Chad           Bandon           Lamar             Jus n            Brian
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                                                 Shelby        Siliga           A’asa                Cox             Mar nez            Walker          Manis          Burton           Chapman           Taplin-Ross      Blechen



                                            OFFENSE - REGULAR SEASON
                                            POS.       PITT          UNLV              UNM            SJS           ISU               WYO           CSU           AFA           TCU              ND            SDSU          BYU
                                            LT         John          John              John           John          John              John          John          John          John             John          John          John
                                                       Cullen        Cullen            Cullen         Cullen        Cullen            Cullen        Cullen        Cullen        Cullen           Cullen        Cullen        Cullen
                                            LG         Caleb         Caleb             Caleb          Caleb         Caleb             Caleb         Caleb         Caleb         Caleb            Caleb         Caleb         Caleb
                                                       Schlauderaff   Schlauderaff       Schlauderaff    Schlauderaff   Schlauderaff       Schlauderaff   Schlauderaff   Schlauderaff   Schlauderaff      Schlauderaff   Schlauderaff   Schlauderaff
                                            C          Zane          Zane              Tevita         Zane          Zane              Zane          Zane          Zane          Zane             Zane          Zane          Zane
                                                       Taylor        Taylor            Stevens        Taylor        Taylor            Taylor        Taylor        Taylor        Taylor           Taylor        Taylor        Taylor
                                            RG         Tevita        Tevita            Walter         Tevita        Tevita            Tevita        Tevita        Tevita        Tevita           Tevita        Tevita        Tevita
                                                       Stevens       Stevens           Wa s           Stevens       Stevens           Stevens       Stevens       Stevens       Stevens          Stevens       Stevens       Stevens
                                            RT         Tony          Tony              Tony           Tony          Tony              Tony          Tony          Tony          Tony             Tony          Tony          Tony
                                                       Bergstrom     Bergstrom         Bergstrom      Bergstrom     Bergstrom         Bergstrom     Bergstrom     Bergstrom     Bergstrom        Bergstrom     Bergstrom     Bergstrom
                                            QB         Jordan        Terrance          Terrance       Jordan        Jordan            Jordan        Jordan        Jordan        Jordan           Jordan        Jordan        Jordan
                                                       Wynn          Cain              Cain           Wynn          Wynn              Wynn          Wynn          Wynn          Wynn             Wynn          Wynn          Wynn
                                            RB         Eddie         Eddie             Eddie          Eddie         Eddie             Ma                          Ma                             Ma            Eddie         Ma
                                                       Wide          Wide              Wide           Wide          Wide              Asiata                      Asiata                         Asiata        Wide          Asiata
                                            WR         Shaky         DeVonte           DeVonte        DeVonte                         DeVonte       DeVonte       Shaky         DeVonte          DeVonte       Shaky         Shaky
                                                       Smithson      Christopher       Christopher    Christopher                     Christopher   Christopher   Smithson      Christopher      Christopher   Smithson      Smithson
                                            WR         Jereme                          Jereme         Reggie                          Jereme        Jereme                      Jereme           Reggie        Sean          Jereme
                                                       Brooks                          Brooks         Dunn                            Brooks        Brooks                      Brooks           Dunn          Fitzgerald    Brooks
                                            WR         Luke          Luke              Luke                                           Luke          Luke          Luke          Luke             Luke          Luke          Luke
                                                       Ma hews       Ma hews           Ma hews                                        Ma hews       Ma hews       Ma hews       Ma hews          Ma hews       Ma hews       Ma hews
                                            TE         Kendrick      Kendrick          Kendrick       Kendrick      Kendrick          Brad          Kendrick      Kendrick      Kendrick                       Kendrick      Kendrick
                                                       Moeai         Moeai             Moeai          Moeai         Moeai             Clifford       Moeai         Moeai         Moeai                          Moeai         Moeai
                                            RB/TE                    Ma                               Ma            Neli
                                                                     Asiata                           Asiata        A’asa
                                            TE/WR                                                                   Brad                            Fatu                        Fatu
                                                                                                                    Clifford                         Moala                       Moala
                                            RB                                                                      Shawn                                         Shawn                          Shawn
                                                                                                                    Asiata                                        Asiata                         Asiata

                                            DEFENSE - REGULAR SEASON
                                            POS.       PITT          UNLV              UNM            SJS           ISU               WYO           CSU           AFA           TCU              ND            SDSU          BYU
                                            LE         Junior        Junior            Junior         Junior        Junior            Junior        Derrick       Derrick       Derrick          Derrick       Derrick       Derrick
                                                       Tui’one       Tui’one           Tui’one        Tui’one       Tui’one           Tui’one       Shelby        Shelby        Shelby           Shelby        Shelby        Shelby
                                            T          Sealver       Sealver           Sealver        Sealver       Sealver           Sealver       Sealver       Sealver       Sealver          Sealver       Star          Sealver
                                                       Siliga        Silliga           Siliga         Siliga        Siliga            Siliga        Siliga        Siliga        Siliga           Siliga        Lotulelei     Siliga
                                            NT         Dave          Dave              Dave           Dave          Dave              Dave          Dave          Dave          Dave             Star          Dave          Star
                                                       Kruger        Kruger            Kruger         Kruger        Kruger            Kruger        Kruger        Kruger        Kruger           Lotulelei     Kruger        Lotulelei
                                            RE         Chris an      Chris an          Chris an       Chris an      Chris an          Chris an      Chris an      Chris an      Tevita           Chris an      Chris an      Chris an
                                                       Cox           Cox               Cox            Cox           Cox               Cox           Cox           Cox           Finau            Cox           Cox           Cox
                                            RLB        Ma            Ma                Ma             Ma            Ma                Ma            Ma            Ma            Ma               Ma            Ma            Ma
                                                       Mar nez       Mar nez           Mar nez        Mar nez       Mar nez           Mar nez       Mar nez       Mar nez       Mar nez          Mar nez       Mar nez       Mar nez
                                            MLB        Chaz          Chaz              Chaz           Chaz          Chaz              Chaz          Chaz          Chaz          Chaz             Chaz          Chaz          Chaz
                                                       Walker        Walker            Walker         Walker        Walker            Walker        Walker        Walker        Walker           Walker        Walker        Walker
                                            SLB        Chad          Chad              Chad           Chad          Chad                            Chad                        Chris an         J.J.                        Chad
                                                       Manis         Manis             Manis          Manis         Manis                           Manis                       Cox              Williams                    Manis
                                            CB         Brandon       Brandon           Brandon        Brandon       Brandon           Brandon       Brandon       Brandon       Brandon          Brandon       Brandon       Brandon
                                                       Burton        Burton            Burton         Burton        Burton            Burton        Burton        Burton        Burton           Burton        Burton        Burton
                                            CB         Lamar         Lamar             Lamar          Lamar         Lamar             Conroy        Lamar         Lamar         Lamar            Lamar         Lamar         Lamar
                                                       Chapman       Chapman           Chapman        Chapman       Chapman           Black         Chapman       Chapman       Chapman          Chapman       Chapman       Chapman
                                            NB                                                                                        Lamar
                                                                                                                                      Chapman
                                            FS         Jus n         Jus n             Jus n          Jus n         Jus n             Jus n         Jus n         Jus n         Jus n            Jus n         Jus n         Jus n
                                                       Taplin-Ross   Taplin-Ross       Taplin-Ross    Taplin-Ross   Taplin-Ross       Taplin-Ross   Taplin-Ross   Taplin-Ross   Taplin-Ross      Taplin-Ross   Taplin-Ross   Taplin-Ross
                                            SS         Brian         Brian             Brian          Brian         Brian             Brian         Brian         Brian         Brian            Brian         Brian         Brian
                                                       Blechen       Blechen           Blechen        Blechen       Blechen           Blechen       Blechen       Blechen       Blechen          Blechen       Blechen       Blechen
                                            SAF                                                                                                                   Greg                                         Greg
                                                                                                                                                                  Bird                                         Bird


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                                                                      2010 Participation
NO.   NAME                  PITT   UNLV   UNM     SJS       ISU       WYO   CSU       AFA       TCU     ND      SDSU       BYU       BSU
1     Shaky Smithson        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
2     Brian Blechen         x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
3     Jordan Wynn           x                     x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x
4     Ma Asiata             x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
6     Kamaron Yancy         x      x      x       x         x         x     x                   x
7     Terrance Cain                x      x       x         x         x     x                           x       x          x         x
7     Ben Soliven                                 x
8     Fatu Moala            x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
9     Conroy Black          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x




                                                                                                                                                2 0 1 1 S P R I NG P R O S P E C T U S
10    DeVonte Christopher   x      x      x       x         x         x     x                   x       x       x          x         x
11    Luke Ma hews          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
12    Griff Robles                         x       x         x               x
13    J.J. Williams                                                                             x       x
14    Reggie Dunn           x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
15    Michael Walker               x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
16    Griff McNabb           x      x      x       x         x         x     x                                              x
18    Chad Manis            x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x                         x          x         x
19    Quade Chappuis               x      x       x         x         x     x                   x       x       x          x         x
20    Zach Wade             x      x
21    Lamar Chapman         x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
22    Sausan Shakerin                                       x         x     x         x         x       x
23    Wykie Freeman         x      x      x       x                   x     x                                                        x
24    Tauni Vakapuna        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
25    Mike Honeycu          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x
27    Brandon Burton        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
28    Reggie Topps          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
29    Mychal Robinson       x      x                                        x         x                 x       x          x
30    Nick Marsh            x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
31    Victor Spikes         x      x                        x               x                                              x         x
32    Chaz Walker           x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
33    Jus n Taplin-Ross     x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
34    Shawn Asiata          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
35    Greg Bird             x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
36    Eddie Wide            x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
37    Chris Washington                    x       x         x               x
38    Beau Burton                         x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
39    Joe Phillips          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
41    Jamel King            x      x      x       x
44    Dave Kruger           x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
45    Boo Andersen          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
46    Jamal Smith                                 x
47    Tyler Whi ngham                             x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
49    Trevor Reilly         x      x      x       x         x         x               x         x       x                  x         x
51    Dave Fagergren        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x                 x       x          x         x
52    Ma Mar nez            x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
54    Tevita Stevens        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
56    Kapua Sai                                   x                         x
59    Ron Tongaonevai              x              x         x               x
62    Patrick Greene        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
64    Vyncent Jones                       x       x         x               x
66    Ma Snow                                     x
68    Latu Heimuli          x      x      x       x         x               x         x         x       x       x          x         x
70    Tony Bergstrom        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
71    Walter Wa s           x      x      x                 x               x                           x                  x
72    Caleb Schlauderaff     x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
73    Daniel Bukarau                              x         x               x
74    Sam Brenner           x      x      x       x         x         x     x                   x       x       x          x         x
75    John Cullen           x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x
76    Jeremiah Tofaeono     x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
77    Zane Taylor           x      x              x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
79    Percy Taumoelau       x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x                                    x         x
80    Westlee Tonga         x      x      x       x         x         x     x                                              x         x
81    Kendrick Moeai        x      x      x       x         x               x         x         x       x       x          x         x
83    Sean Fitzgerald       x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
84    Brad Clifford          x      x      x                 x         x                                                    x
85    Jereme Brooks         x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
86    Sean Sellwood         x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
88    Dexter Ransom         x      x      x       x         x               x         x                         x
89    Dallin Rogers         x      x      x       x         x               x         x         x       x       x          x         x
90    Derrick Shelby        x      x              x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
91    James Aiono           x      x      x       x         x         x     x                                   x          x         x
92    Star Lotulelei        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
93    Neli A’asa            x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
94    Chris an Cox          x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x
96    Junior Tui’one        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x                                    x         x
97    Tevita Finau                                          x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x
98    Sealver Siliga        x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x                  x         x
99    Joe Kruger            x      x      x       x         x         x     x         x         x       x       x          x         x



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                                        2010 Game Summaries
                                            GAME 1 - SEPTEMBER 2                                                            GAME 2 - SEPTEMBER 11
                                            Pittsburgh (15/15)                 24       Salt Lake City                      UNLV                                  10        Salt Lake City
                                                                                        Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,730)                                                        Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,102)
                                            Utah (NR/24)                  (OT) 27                                           Utah (20/20)                          38

                                        SALT LAKE CITY—True freshman safety Brian Blechen intercepted a Pi pass in         SALT LAKE CITY—Terrance Cain passed for 207 yards and two touchdowns
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                                        over me and Joe Phillips made a 21-yard field goal to give Utah a 27-24 win         in place of injured starter Jordan Wynn and Utah beat UNLV 38-10. Cain
                                        over the 15th-ranked Panthers. The third-largest crowd in Utah history (45,730)    completed 13-of-20 passes and was not intercepted or sacked. Shaky Smithson
                                        watched the 24th-ranked Utes take a 24-13 lead midway through the fourth           provided the sizzle for an over-capacity crowd (45,102) in Rice-Eccles Stadium.
                                        quarter when Jordan Wynn and DeVonte Christopher hooked up for a 61-yard           Smithson returned a punt 77 yards for a touchdown and also caught a 55-yard
                                        touchdown pass. But Pi scored 11 unanswered points to send the game                touchdown pass. Eddie Wide rushed for 77 yards and two touchdowns and
                                        into over me. Utah finished with 405 yards to Pi ’s 266, and the Ute defense        Jereme Brooks had four recep ons for 77 yards and a score. Chaz Walker led
                                        held Heisman candidate Dion Lewis to 75 yards rushing. Wynn passed for 283         the defense with a career-high 16 tackles, while Ma Mar nez also had a
                                        yards and three touchdowns, and Christopher had a career night with eight          career day with 12 stops. Brian Blechen made two pass breakups to go with
                                        recep ons for 155 yards. In his first start, Chaz Walker led the defense with a     seven tackles.
                                        career-high 11 tackles.
                                                                                                                           SCORING BY QUARTERS                1         2          3    4 FINAL
                                        SCORING BY QUARTERS           1       2     3          4   OT FINAL                UNLV                               3         0       7       0       10
                                        Pi sburgh                     0     7       3      14       0        24            Utah                               3        14      14       7       38
                                        Utah                          0    14       3       7       3        27
                                                                                                                           SCORING SUMMARY
                                        SCORING SUMMARY                                                                    UU - Phillips 44 field goal, 12:35, 1st
                                        PITT - Lewis 3 run (Hutchins kick), 12:00, 2nd                                     LV - Kohorst 28 field goal, 3:16, 1st
                                        UU - Brooks 19 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 6:27, 2nd                           UU - Wide 3 run, 7:44, 2nd
                                        UU - Brooks 3 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 5:39, 2nd                            UU - Brooks 20 pass from Cain, 0:32, 2nd
                                        UU - Phillips 26 field goal, 11:52, 3rd                                             UU - Smithson 55 pass from Cain, 13:47, 3rd
                                        PITT - Hutchins 37 field goal, 3:51, 3rd                                            LV - Hasson 19 blocked punt return, 11:06, 3rd
                                        PITT - Hutchins 28 field goal, 9:48, 4th                                            UU - Smithson 77 punt return, 7:22, 3rd
                                        UU - Christopher 61 pass from Wynn, 7:59, 4th                                      UU - Wide 13 run, 13:08, 4th
                                        PITT - Baldwin 44 pass from Sunseri (Baldwin pass from Sunseri), 7:11, 4th
                                        PITT - Hutchins 30 field goal, 0:00, 4th                                            TEAM STATISTICS                                    LV                UU
                                        UU - Phillips 21 field goal, OT                                                     First Downs                                      18                   14
                                                                                                                           Net Rushing                                  42-102               28-131
                                        TEAM STATISTICS                                 PITT                 UU            Passing                                     18-37-0              13-20-0
                                        First Downs                                      17                  21            Passing Yards                                   217                  207
                                        Net Rushing                                   36-82              27-122            Total Offense                                    319                  338
                                        Passing                                     16-28-1             21-36-1            Fumbles-Lost                                    2-1                  1-1
                                        Passing Yards                                   184                 283            Penal es                                       7-41                 7-70
                                        Total Offense                                 64-266              63-405            Intercep ons-Yds                                0-0                  0-0
                                        Fumbles-Lost                                    1-1                 2-2            Pun ng                                        7-239                5-165
                                        Penal es                                      12-75               11-99            Punt Returns                                 3-39-1              5-128-1
                                        Intercep ons-Yds                                1-0                 1-2            Kickoff Returns                               5-65-0               2-34-0
                                        Pun ng                                        4-178               4-125            Time of Possession                            36:33                23:27
                                        Punt Returns                                   1-18               1-(-2)           Third Down Conversions                         9-20                 5-11
                                        Kickoff Returns                                 4-75                3-63            Fourth Down Conversions                         1-3                  0-0
                                        Time of Possession                            34:06               25:54            Sacks By                                        0-0                 2-11
                                        Third Down Conversions                         5-14                7-14
                                        Fourth Down Conversions                         1-1                 0-0            INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
                                        Sacks By                                        0-0                2-16            Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Wide 15-77-2, Asiata 8-39-0.
                                                                                                                           LV: Cox 16-31-0, Randle 8-29-0, Clayton 10-28-0.
                                        INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                                                                 Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Cain 13-20-0-207-2.
                                        Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Asiata 16-65-0, Wide 9-47-0.                             LV: Clayton 18-37-0-217-0
                                        Pi : Lewis 25-75-1, Hynoski 5-15-0.                                                Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Brooks 4-77-1, Wide 2-8-0, Smithson 1-55-1.
                                        Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 21-36-1-283-3.                               LV: Johnson 7-94-0, Payne 4-30-0, Vidal 2-29-0, Barefield 2-24-0.
                                        Pi : Sunseri 16-28-1-184-1.                                                        Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 1-22, McNabb 1-12. LV: Sullivan 3-49.
                                        Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Christopher 8-155-1, Brooks 5-87-2, Wide 4-24-0.       Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 5-128. LV: Hasson 0-19-1, Carter 1-21.
                                        Pi : Baldwin 4-71-1, Shanahan 4-51-0.                                              Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Walker 16, Mar nez 12, Blechen 7, Manis
                                        Kickoff Returns–Utah: Brooks 3-63. Pi : Douglas 3-51, Saddler 1-24.                 7. Sacks: Chapman 1.5-8, A’Asa 0.5-3. TFL: Chapman 1.5-8, Andersen 1.0-1,
                                        Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 1-(-2). Pi : Reed 1-18.                                Mar nez 1.0-4. Intercep ons: None
                                        Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Walker 11, Chapman 7, Cox 6, Kruger 6,
                                        Mar nez 6. Sacks: Tui’one 1-9, Heimuli 1-7. TFL: Tui’one 1-9, Heimuli 1-7, Cox
                                        1-6. Intercep ons: Blechen 1-2.



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                                                                             2010 Game Summaries
 GAME 3 - SEPTEMBER 18                                                                   GAME 4 - SEPTEMBER 25
 Utah (14/14)                           56        Albuquerque, N.M.                      San Jose State                       3        Salt Lake City
                                                  University Stadium (23,940)                                                          Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,099)
 New Mexico                             14                                               Utah (13/13)                        56

ALBUQUERQUE—Terrance Cain completed 20-of-23 passes, including 20 of




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his final 21 a empts, to break the school single-game record for comple on            SALT LAKE CITY—Jordan Wynn returned from a two-game injury absence to
percentage (86.9%) and Utah crushed New Mexico 56-14. Cain finished with              start at quarterback, but he and the rest of the first string gave way to backups
248 yards passing and three touchdowns (no intercep ons), while also rushing         in the second half of a 56-3 rout of San Jose State on Sept. 25. Wynn completed
for a touchdown. Jereme Brooks caught six passes for 99 yards—one a 75-              14-of-18 passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns in one half of play. Utah
yard touchdown catch—while third-string quarterback Griff Robles led Utah’s           scored on its very first offensive play when Reggie Dunn ran a reverse 43
rushers with six carries for 64 yards. Joe Phillips made all eight PATs to e for     yards for a touchdown. The Spartans responded immediately with a 71-yard
the second-most in school history. Utah, which allowed just one defensive            kickoff return to Utah’s 20-yard line, only to se le for a field goal. They would
touchdown, got eight tackles from Lamar Chapman, Chad Manis and Chaz                 not score again on a Utah defense that held them to 1-of-12 on third down
Walker. Each had two tackles for loss and Chapman had a sack. Ma Mar nez             conversions and just seven first downs. Nearly everyone got into the act for
returned his first career intercep on 36 yards for a touchdown.                       Utah, which piled up 427 yards of total offense and got touchdowns from eight
                                                                                     different players.
SCORING BY QUARTERS                 1         2         3     4 FINAL
Utah                                7        14      28      7          58           SCORING BY QUARTERS                 1         2          3        4 FINAL
New Mexico                          0         0      14      0          14           San Jose State                      3         0       0           0        3
                                                                                     Utah                                7        28       7          14       56
SCORING SUMMARY
UU - Asiata 1 run (Phillips kick), 6:55, 1st                                         SCORING SUMMARY
UU - Rogers 1 pass from Cain (Phillips kick), 11:00, 2nd                             UU - Dunn 43 run (Phillips kick), 12:06, 1st
UU - Cain 12 run (Phillips kick), 0:29, 2nd                                          SJSU - Waid 20 field goal, 8:24, 1st
NM - Butler 27 fumble recovery (Aho kick), 14:49, 3rd                                UU - S. Asiata 10 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 14:18, 2nd
UU - Brooks 75 pass from Cain (Phillips kick), 14:04, 3rd                            UU - Topps 10 punt return (Phillips kick), 12:35, 2nd
UU - Mar nez 36 intercep on return (Phillips kick), 13:08, 3rd                       UU - Wide 8 run (Phillips kick), 9:40, 2nd
UU - Smithson 73 punt return (Phillips kick), 9:48, 3rd                              UU - Rogers 36 pass from Wynn, 2:02, 2nd
NM - Williams 18 pass from Aus n (Aho kick), 3:16, 3rd                               UU - M. Asiata 1 run (Phillips kick), 9:08, 3rd
UU - Christopher 33 pass from Cain (Phillips kick), 1:24, 3rd                        UU - Vakapuna 1 run (Phillips kick), 13:32, 4th
UU - Vakapuna 24 run (Phillips kick), 12:23, 4th                                     UU - Bu. Burton 7 run (Phillips kick), 2:34, 4th

TEAM STATISTICS                                    UU                NM              TEAM STATISTICS                                   SJSU                    UU
First Downs                                       19                  16             First Downs                                       7                        22
Net Rushing                                   35-180               37-69             Net Rushing                                   32-94                    40-272
Passing                                      20-23-0             18-35-1             Passing                                      9-13-0                   18-24-0
Passing Yards                                    248                 161             Passing Yards                                    78                       155
Total Offense                                  58-428              72-230             Total Offense                                 45-172                    64-427
Fumbles-Lost                                     4-3                 1-0             Fumbles-Lost                                    1-0                       0-0
Penal es                                        6-65                5-54             Penal es                                       4-40                       1-5
Intercep ons-Yds                              1-36-1                 0-0             Intercep ons-Yds                                0-0                       0-0
Pun ng                                         3-147               8-349             Pun ng                                        9-247                     3-153
Punt Returns                                 5-144-1                 1-3             Punt Returns                                    0-0                      5-43
Kickoff Returns                                  2-83                6-99             Kickoff Returns                                7-178                      1-26
Time of Possession                             26:56               33:04             Time of Possession                            28:57                     31:03
Third Down Conversions                          6-12                6-18             Third Down Conversions                         1-12                      7-12
Fourth Down Conversions                          1-1                 0-2             Fourth Down Conversions                         1-1                       2-2
Sacks By                                        5-27                 1-4             Sacks By                                        0-0                      3-20

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                                                                   INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Robles 6-64-0, Vakapuna 7-43-1, Asiata 9-32-1,             Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Wide 8-61-1, M. Asiata 11-51-1, Dunn 1-43-1,
Wide 8-25-0, Cain 1-12-1. NM: Aus n 8-38-0, Dennis 9-25-0.                           Robles 4-34-0, Bu. Burton 4-32-1, Vakapuna 8-25-1. SJSU: Mulldrow 10-58-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Cain 20-23-0-248-3.                                 Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 14-18-0-124-2, Cain 4-6-0-31-0.
NM: Aus n 15-27-1-128-1, Gruner 3-8-0-33-0.                                          SJSU: LaSecla 8-12-0-67-0, Faulkner 1-1-0-11-0.
Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Brooks 6-99-1, Asiata 5-54-0, Christopher 2-55-1.        Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Brooks 5-44-0, Wide 3-16-0, Rogers 2-40-1.
NM: Dennis 4-41-0, Kirk 4-21-0, Williams 3-24-1, Hernandez 2-33-0.                   SJSU: Harrison 3-26-0, Nunn 2-10-0.
Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 2-83. NM: McPhearson 3-59.                             Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 1-2. SJSU: Driver 2-86, Yell 4-82.
Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 4-140-1. NM: Kirk 1-3.                                   Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 4-33. SJSU: None.
Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Chapman 8, Manis 8, Walker 8. Sacks:                 Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Mar nez 6, Capman 6, Walker 5, Lotulelei
Chapman 1-7, Cox 1-6, Reilly 1-6, Topps 1-1. TFL: Chapman 2-10, Reilly 2-7,          5. Sacks: Chapman 1.0-8, Mar nez 1.0-6. TFL: Chapman 1.5-9, Walker 1.5-2,
Manis 2-5, Walker 2-2, Topps 2-2. Intercep ons: Mar nez 1-36-1.                      Mar nez 1.0-6. Intercep ons: None.



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                                        2010 Game Summaries
                                            GAME 5 - OCTOBER 9                                                                    GAME 6 - OCTOBER 16
                                            Utah (10/10)                         68        Ames, Iowa                             Utah (11/10)                            30        Laramie, Wyo.
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                                                                                           Jack Trice Stadium (43,195)                                                              War Memorial Stadium (20,014)
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                                            Iowa State                           27                                               Wyoming                                  6

                                        AMES—Shaky Smithson lit up Iowa State with 261 all-purpose yards, a                      LARAMIE—Ma Asiata rushed for 109 yards and Utah’s defense pitched a
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                                        touchdown recep on and a touchdown pass to lead the No. 10 Utes to a 68-27               shutout for three quarters in a 30-6 victory over Wyoming in Laramie. Utah
                                        rout over the Cyclones in Ames. Smithson had a career-high 75 receiving yards            scored on its first possession when Jordan Wynn found a wide-open Luke
                                        and 186 return yards—among those a 78-yard punt return. Jordan Wynn passed               Ma hews for a 45-yard touchdown pass. Ma hews finished with four grabs for
                                        for 325 yards and two touchdowns in direc ng Utah to its highest point total in          66 yards while ght end Brad Clifford had a career game with five recep ons
                                        27 years. Eddie Wide rushed for 71 yards and two scores, DeVonte Christopher             for 63 yards. Utah broke the game open with a 16-point second quarter to take
                                        had 124 receiving yards and a TD, and Reggie Dunn became just the seventh Ute            a 23-0 lead into hal ime. The Utes, who held the Cowboys to 67 net rushing
                                        in history (the first since 1985) to return a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown.           yards, recorded 11 tackles for loss to the tune of 52 yards. Brandon Burton ed
                                        Utah held the Cyclones to 0-11 on third downs behind Chad Manis’ career-high             his career high with six tackles, while Trevor Reilly had 2.5 tackles for loss and
                                        nine tackles, intercep ons by Brandon Burton and Jus n Taplin-Ross and three             a sack.
                                        pass breakups by Conroy Black.
                                                                                                                                 SCORING BY QUARTERS                  1         2         3    4 FINAL
                                        SCORING BY QUARTERS                  1         2          3    4 FINAL                   Utah                                 7        16       7      0       30
                                        Utah                              10          31      17      10       68                Wyoming                              0         0       0      6        6
                                        Iowa State                        14           0       6       7       27
                                                                                                                                 SCORING SUMMARY
                                        SCORING SUMMARY                                                                          UU - Ma hews 45 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 11:50, 1st
                                        ISU - Robinson 2 run (Mahoney kick), 10:46, 1st                                          UU - Phillips 48 field goal, 9:12, 2nd
                                        UU - Phillips 23 field goal , 8:53, 1st                                                   UU - Christopher 16 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick blocked), 2:21, 2nd
                                        UU - Wide 2 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 7:09, 1st                                    UU - Wide 6 run (Phillips kick), 0:55, 2nd
                                        ISU - Williams 20 pass from Arnaud (Mahoney kick), 3:28, 1st                             UU - Dunn 7 run (Phillips kick), 1:41, 3rd
                                        UU - Christopher 32 pass from Smithson (Phillips kick), 10:25, 2nd                       WY - Leonard 10 pass from Crum (Biezuns rush failed), 7:23, 4th
                                        UU - M. Asiata 1 run (Phillips kick), 6:31, 2nd
                                        UU - Wide 2 run (Phillips kick), 4:09, 2nd                                               TEAM STATISTICS                                     UU                WY
                                        UU - Smithson 61 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 1:34, 2nd                               First Downs                                        22                  10
                                        UU - Phillips 25 field goal, 0:00, 2nd                                                    Net Rushing                                       188                  67
                                        UU - Phillips 22 field goal, 9:12, 3rd                                                    Passing                                       17-26-3             10-17-0
                                        ISU - Franklin 36 pass from Arnaud (Mahoney kick blocked), 7:53, 3rd                     Passing Yards                                     243                 116
                                        UU - Dunn 100 kickoff return (Phillips kick), 7:40, 3rd                                   Total Offense                                      431                 183
                                        UU - Wide 5 run (Phillips kick), 1:49, 3rd                                               Fumbles-Lost                                      0-0                 3-0
                                        UU - Phillips 33 field goal, 12:07, 4th
                                                                                                                                 Penal es                                         3-30                2-20
                                        UU - Shakerin 1 run (Phillips kick), 8:01, 4th
                                                                                                                                 Intercep ons-Yds                                  0-0                3-32
                                        ISU - Capello 19 run (Mahoney kick), 5:13, 4th
                                                                                                                                 Pun ng                                           2-80               7-327
                                                                                                                                 Punt Returns                                    5-118                 0-0
                                        TEAM STATISTICS                                     UU                 ISU
                                        First Downs                                        28                   19               Kickoff Returns                                   2-35                2-47
                                        Net Rushing                                       239                  170               Time of Possession                              29:53               30:07
                                        Passing                                       26-36-1              13-31-2               Third Down Conversions                           5-11                5-14
                                        Passing Yards                                     354                  178               Fourth Down Conversions                           0-1                 0-1
                                        Total Offense                                   79-593               63-348               Sacks By                                         4-31                 1-8
                                        Fumbles-Lost                                      1-1                  0-0
                                        Penal es                                         4-35                 3-25               INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
                                        Intercep ons-Yds                                2-109                  1-0               Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Asiata 16-109-0, Wide 13-57-1, Dunn 3-25-1.
                                        Pun ng                                           2-77                9-450               WY: Alexander 19-44-0, Carta-Samuels 9-27-0, Ogbonna 3-19-0.
                                        Punt Returns                                    6-156                  0-0               Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 16-25-3-230-2, Cain 1-1-0-13-0.
                                        Kickoff Returns                                4-168-1               12-253               WY: Carta-Samuels 8-12-0-84-0, Crum 2-4-0-32-1.
                                        Time of Possession                              35:40                24:20               Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Clifford 5-63-0, Ma hews 4-66-1, Wide 3-41-0,
                                        Third Down Conversions                           8-13                 0-11               Christopher 3-40-1. WY: Leonard 3-58-1, McNeill 3-12-0.
                                        Fourth Down Conversions                           0-0                  0-0               Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 1-11, McNabb 1-24. WY: Muhammad 1-29,
                                        Sacks By                                          1-4                  0-0               Ogbonna 1-18.
                                                                                                                                 Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 4-111, McNabb 1-7. WY: None.
                                        INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                                                                       Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Burton 6, Chapman 5, Reilly 5, Shelby 5,
                                        Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Wide 13-71-2, M. Asiata 11-58-1, Cain 2-29-0,                  Walker 5. Sacks: Chapman 1-12, Shelby 1-12, Reilly 1-5, A’Asa 1-2. TFL: Reilly
                                        Shakerin 5-24-1.                                                                         2.5-7, Chapman 2-13, Shelby 2-15, A’asa 2-4, Burton 1-10. Intercep ons: None.
                                        ISU: Johnson 5-50-0, Robinson 12-45-1, Woody 7-44-0, Capello 2-27-1.
                                        Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 23-31-1-325-2, Cain 2-3-0-(-3)-0-0,
                                        Smithson 1-1-0-32-1, Robles 0-1-0. ISU: Arnaud 13-31-2-178-2.
                                        Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Christopher 6-124-1, Wide 4-46-1, Brooks 4-29-0,
                                        Smithson 2-75-1. ISU: Franklin 4-59-1, Williams 3-28-1.
                                        Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 2-41, Dunn 1-100-1, Christopher 1-27.
                                        ISU: Johnson 7-162, Lenz 3-56.
                                        Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 5-145, McNabb 1-11. ISU: None.
                                        Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Manis 9, Reilly 6, Chapman 5. Sacks: Black
                                        1-4. TFL: Chapman 1-5, Black 1-4, Reilly 1-2, Cox 1-1. Intercep ons: Burton
                                        1-57, Taplin-Ross 1-52.


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 GAME 7 - OCTOBER 23                                                                      GAME 8 - OCTOBER 30
 Colorado State                          6        Salt Lake City                          Utah (8/7)                           28       Colorado Springs, Colo.
                                                  Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,029)                                                          Falcon Stadium (37,211)
 Utah (9/9)                             59                                                Air Force                            23

SALT LAKE CITY—Jordan Wynn completed 23-of-29 passes for 321 yards and                COLORADO SPRINGS—Utah built up an 18-point lead and then held on to beat




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three touchdowns (no intercep ons) in just three quarters of work to lead Utah        Air Force 28-23 in Colorado Springs. The Utes stuck to the ground—rushing
to a 59-6 win over Colorado State in Salt Lake City. Utah rolled up 648 yards of      51 mes compared to just 23 pass a empts—and ge ng 95 yards and a
total offense—the fi h-best single-game total in school history—while holding           touchdown from Ma Asiata, and 82 yards and two scores from Eddie Wide.
CSU to a pair of field goals and 213 total yards. The Rams had just 28 rushing         Utah maneuvered out of several jams by forcing five turnovers, holding AFA
yards—minus-five in the first three quarters against the No. 1 defense. DeVonte         to 0-3 in fourth down a empts and making a cri cal stop on a two-point
Christopher caught five passes for 111 yards, including a 71-yard TD recep on          conversion a er the Falcons had closed within five in the fourth quarter.
from Wynn. Eddie Wide rushed for 71 yards and a touchdown. Sausan Shakerin            Freshman Brian Blechen had a career day with a team-high nine tackles and
rushed a team-high 80 yards—72 on a touchdown run—all in the fourth                   contributed a third-quarter intercep on that set up Utah’s final score. Blechen
quarter. Chaz Walker’s eight tackles led a defense that stopped CSU on 10-of-
                                                                                      also recovered a fumble. Other big defensive plays came on Jus n Taplin-Ross’
12 third down a empts. Lamar Chapman had a sack, 1.5 tackles for loss and a
                                                                                      intercep on, a fumble caused and fumble recovered by Greg Bird and a forced
forced fumble.
                                                                                      fumble by Lamar Chapman.
SCORING BY QUARTERS                 1         2          3    4 FINAL
Colorado State                     0          6       0       0           6           SCORING BY QUARTERS                  1        2            3        4 FINAL
Utah                               7         17      21      14          59           Utah                                 7        7        14           0       28
                                                                                      Air Force                            7        3         0          13       23
SCORING SUMMARY
UU - M. Asiata 1 run (Phillips kick), 10:37, 1st                                      SCORING SUMMARY
CS - Deline 27 field goal, 13:14, 2nd                                                  UU - Wide 1 run (Phillips kick), 6:43, 1st
UU - Wide 30 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 10:11, 2nd                               AF - Warzeka 11 run (Soderberg kick), 2:50, 1st
UU - Phillips 36 field goal, 8:30, 2nd                                                 AF - Soderberg 23 field goal, 11:44, 2nd
CS - Deline 26 field goal, 4:39, 2nd                                                   UU - M. Asiata 1 run (Phillips kick), 6:22, 2nd
UU - Christopher 71 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 3:37, 2nd                         UU - Ma hews 36 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 4:25, 3rd
UU - Smithson 18 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 10:28, 3rd                           UU - Wide 1 run (Phillips kick), 00:54, 3rd
UU - M. Asiata 1 run (Phillips kick), 8:09, 3rd                                       AF - Jefferson 59 run (Soderberg kick), 11:34, 4th
UU - Wide 36 run (Phillips kick), 2:42, 3rd                                           AF - Halderman 49 pass from Jefferson, 10:22, 4th
UU - McNabb 5 pass from Cain (Phillips kick), 8:59, 4th
UU - Shakerin 72 run (Phillips kick), 1:27, 4th
                                                                                      TEAM STATISTICS                                       UU                    AF
                                                                                      First Downs                                        19                       12
TEAM STATISTICS                                     CS                UU
First Downs                                       13                   27             Net Rushing                                       179                      210
Net Rushing                                       28                  221             Passing                                       15-23-1                   8-13-2
Passing                                      19-28-1              32-40-0             Passing Yards                                     148                      201
Passing Yards                                    185                  427             Total Offense                                   74-327                   54-411
Total Offense                                  52-213               69-648             Fumbles-Lost                                      2-0                      4-3
Fumbles-Lost                                     3-1                  3-1             Penal es                                         3-21                     1-15
Penal es                                        6-47                 6-50             Intercep ons-Yds                                 2-11                      1-0
Intercep ons-Yds                                 0-0                  1-0             Pun ng                                          5-167                     1-48
Pun ng                                         5-233                 1-40             Punt Returns                                      0-0                      0-0
Punt Returns                                     0-0                  1-5             Kickoff Returns                                   3-33                     1-19
Kickoff Returns                                 9-162                 3-68             Time of Possession                              36:20                    23:40
Time of Possession                             26:54                33:06             Third Down Conversions                           8-17                     4-11
Third Down Conversions                          2-12                11-15             Fourth Down Conversions                           2-3                      0-3
Fourth Down Conversions                          0-2                  1-1             Sacks By                                          1-2                      0-0
Sacks By                                         1-8                 5-32
                                                                                      INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                                                                    Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: M. Asiata 26-95-1, Wide 23-82-2, Phillips 1-7-0.
Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Shakerin 4-80-1, Wide 9-71-1, M. Asiata 7-39-2.
                                                                                      AF: Jefferson 16-67-1, Clark 11-53-0, Walker 6-31-0, Warzeka 3-30-1.
CS: Nwoke 15-48-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 23-29-0-321-3, Cain 9-11-0-106-1.               Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 15-23-1-148-1.
CS: Thomas 19-28-1-185-0.                                                             AF: Jefferson 8-13-2-201-1.
Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Brooks 7-61-0, Christopher 5-111-1, Smithson              Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Brooks 6-33-0, Wide 2-23-0, Smithson 2-20-0,
5-72-1, Ma hews 2-52-0, Rogers 1-35-0, Moeai 1-32-0, Wide 1-30-1.                     Ma hews 1-36-1. AF: Halderman 3-67-1, Hunter 2-56-0, Freeman 1-45-0.
CS: Nwoke 8-49-0, Pauga 3-38-0,.                                                      Kickoff Returns–Utah: Dunn 1-19, Smithson 1-8. AF: Getz 1-19.
Kickoff Returns–Utah: Dunn 2-42, Smithson 1-26. CS: Good 7-124.                        Punt Returns–Utah: None. AF: None.
Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 1-5. CS: None.                                            Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Blechen 9, Walker 6, Taplin-Ross 5, Siliga 5,
Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Walker 8, Mar nez 7, Manis 5. Sacks: Cox              Shelby 5. Sacks: Walker 1.0-2. TFL: Walker 1.0-2, Shelby 1.0-2, Taplin-Ross 1.0-
1-11, Chapman 1-9, Shelby 1-8, Taplin-Ross 1-3, Siliga 0.5-1, Mar nez 0.5-0.          1, Lotulelei 1.0-1, Tui’one 1.0-1. Intercep ons: Blechen 1-14, Taplin-Ross 1-(-3).
TFL: Chapman 1.5-12, Cox 1-11, Shelby 1-8, Taplin-Ross 1-3, Mar nez 1-2.
Intercep ons: Black 1-0.


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                                            GAME 9 - NOVEMBER 6                                                                GAME 10 - NOVEMBER 13
                                            TCU (3/4/4)                           47       Salt Lake City                      Utah (14/15/15)                          3        South Bend, Ind.
                                                                                           Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,522)                                                          Notre Dame Stadium (80,795)
                                            Utah (5/6/6)                           7                                           Notre Dame                              28

                                        SALT LAKE CITY—Nothing went right for the No. 5 Utes in the most na onally-           SOUTH BEND—Utah lost to Notre Dame 28-3 in its first-ever game against the
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                                        hyped game ever held at Rice-Eccles Stadium. A er hos ng ESPN College                 Irish. Joe Phillips made a 46-yard field goal on Utah’s first possession to give
                                        Football GameDay in the morning, No. 5 Utah was blasted 47-7 by No. 3 TCU             the Utes a 3-0 lead. Despite failing to get a first down in the first quarter, Notre
                                        before the second-largest crowd in Rice-Eccles Stadium history (46,522). The          Dame went up 7-3 a er blocking Sean Sellwood’s punt and taking it in for a
                                        Utes got down 20-0 in the first quarter and never found a rhythm against the           touchdown. The Irish tacked on seven points in the second quarter and 14
                                        country’s top-ranked defense, earning just 11 first downs and conver ng on             more in the third, while holding Utah without a touchdown for the first me
                                        only 3-of-13 third down a empts. Ma Asiata had Utah’s only touchdown of               since 2007. The Utes struggled migh ly on offense, turning the ball over twice,
                                        the day, making a one-handed grab of a Jordan Wynn pass four minutes into             going 4-of-15 on third down a empts and 0-for-2 in the red zone. The defense
                                        the final quarter and with Utah trailing 40-0. DeVonte Christopher returned            fared be er, allowing just 13 Notre Dame first downs, 256 total yards and
                                        from a one-game injury absence to catch six passes for 73 yards. Chaz Walker’s        two (of 10) third down conversions. Ma Mar nez led the defense with nine
                                        career-high 18 tackles led the Ute defense, which coughed up 558 yards to the         tackles.
                                        Frogs.
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                                        SCORING BY QUARTERS                   1        2          3    4 FINAL                Utah                                 3         0       0      0        3
                                        TCU                                20          3      14      10       47             Notre Dame                           7         7      14      0       28
                                        Utah                                0          0       0       7        7
                                                                                                                              SCORING SUMMARY
                                        SCORING SUMMARY                                                                       UU - Phillips 46 field goal, 8:31, 1st
                                        TC - Boyce 26 pass from Dalton (Evans kick), 10:14, 1st                               ND - Blanton 6 blocked punt return (Ruffer kick), 2:04, 1st
                                        TC - Boyce 93 pass from Dalton (Evans kick), 2:11, 1st                                ND - Floyd 3 pass from Rees (Ruffer kick), 12:25, 2nd
                                        TC - Johnson 26 pass from Kerley (Evans kick failed), 0:25, 1st                       ND - Kamara 26 pass from Rees (Ruffer kick), 14:47, 3rd
                                        TC - Evans 24 field goal, 7:55, 2nd                                                    ND - Kamara 12 pass from Rees (Ruffer kick), 9:09, 3rd
                                        TC - Wesley 4 run (Evans kick), 14:20, 3rd
                                        TC - Young 11 pass from Dalton (Evans kick), 5:33, 3rd                                TEAM STATISTICS                                     UU                ND
                                        TC - Evans 23 field goal, 14:49, 4th                                                   First Downs                                        16                  13
                                        UU - Asiata 19 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 11:12, 4th                             Net Rushing                                        71                 127
                                        TC - James 25 run (Evans kick), 4:58, 4th                                             Passing                                       24-40-1             13-20-0
                                                                                                                              Passing Yards                                     194                 129
                                        TEAM STATISTICS                                      TC                UU             Total Offense                                   69-265              49-256
                                        First Downs                                         23                  11            Fumbles-Lost                                      1-1                 0-0
                                        Net Rushing                                        177                  51            Penal es                                        11-70                5-45
                                        Passing                                        22-27-0             16-35-2            Intercep ons-Yds                                  0-0                 1-0
                                        Passing Yards                                      381                 148            Pun ng                                          6-157               6-216
                                        Total Offense                                    72-558              52-199            Punt Returns                                    1-(-2)               2-27
                                        Fumbles-Lost                                       4-1                 2-2            Kickoff Returns                                   3-69                2-53
                                        Penal es                                          3-30                3-22            Time of Possession                              34:35               25:25
                                        Intercep ons-Yds                                  2-55                 0-0            Third Down Conversions                           4-15                2-10
                                        Pun ng                                           3-128               8-347            Fourth Down Conversions                           1-4                 0-1
                                        Punt Returns                                       1-4                1-10            Sacks By                                          2-7                2-17
                                        Kickoff Returns                                     0-0               7-161
                                        Time of Possession                               39:06               20:54            INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
                                        Third Down Conversions                           10-15                3-13            Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: M. Asiata 13-48-0, Wide 8-21-0, Dunn 4-12-0.
                                        Fourth Down Conversions                            0-0                 0-0            ND: Wood 19-71-0, Gray 3-44-0.
                                        Sacks By                                           1-7                 0-0            Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 24-39-1-194-0, Cain 0-1-0-0-0.
                                                                                                                              ND: Rees 13-20-0-129-3.
                                        INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                                                                    Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wide 5-17-0, Smithson 4-44-0, Brooks 4-33-0,
                                        Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Wide 9-32-0, M. Asiata 6-27-0.                              Christopher 4-32-0, M. Asiata 4-23-0. ND: Floyd 4-39-1, Kamara 2-38-2.
                                        TC: James 11-64-1, Wesley 12-50-1.                                                    Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 2-43, Dunn 1-26. ND: Jackson 2-53.
                                        Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 16-35-2-148-1. TC: Dalton 21-26-0-              Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 1-(-2). ND: Blanton 2-27.
                                        355-3, Kerley 1-1-0-26-1.                                                             Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Mar nez 9, Walker 6. Sacks: Cox 1-4, Siliga
                                        Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Christopher 6-73-0, Asiata 5-28-1.                        1-3. TFL: Shelby 1-5, Cox 1-4, Siliga 1-3, Andersen 0.5-2, Taplin-Ross 0.5-2.
                                        TC: Kerley 7-68-0, Young 5-84-1, Boyce 3-126-2, Johnson 2-33-1.                       Intercep ons: None.
                                        Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 6-139. TC: None
                                        Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 1-10. TC: Kerley 1-4.
                                        Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Walker 18, Cox 12, Blechen 9, Mar nez 8.
                                        Sacks: None. TFL: Blechen 1-4, Lotulelei 1-2, Cox 1-1. Intercep ons: None.




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 GAME 11 - NOVEMBER 20                                                                  GAME 12 - NOVEMBER 27
 Utah (23/25/24)                       38        San Diego, Calif.                      Brigham Young                       16       Salt Lake City
                                                 Qualcomm Stadium (34,951)                                                           Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,272)
 San Diego State                       34                                               Utah (20/23/22)                     17

SAN DIEGO—Utah came back from a 20-3 second quarter deficit to beat San              SALT LAKE CITY—Brandon Burton blocked a field goal a empt on the last play




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Diego State 38-34 in a thriller in Qualcomm Stadium. Jordan Wynn passed for         of the game and Utah earned a come-from-behind 17-16 victory over Brigham
a career-high 362 yards, including second quarter touchdown passes of 57            Young on Nov. 27 in Salt Lake City. Utah scored all 17 of its points in the fourth
yards to Luke Ma hews and a 47-yard Hail Mary to Kendrick Moeai. The pass           quarter, including the go-ahead touchdown on a 3-yard run by Ma Asiata with
to Moeai as me expired sent Utah into the locker room trailing by just three        4:24 remaining. Joe Phillips started Utah’s scoring with a 40-yard field goal and
points, 27-24. The Aztecs regained the lead with the only score of the third        DeVonte Christopher’s acroba c catch in the end zone brought Utah to within
quarter, but Utah held a 14-0 advantage in the fourth quarter on touchdown          three (13-10) a minute later. A er a BYU field goal gave the Cougars a 16-10
runs by Ma Asiata and Eddie Wide. Greg Bird set up Asiata’s touchdown by            lead, Asiata scored what proved to be the winning touchdown. Utah held a BYU
blocking a punt that Chris an Cox returned to the SDSU 3-yard line. Brian           team that was averaging 173 rushing yards a game to 65 yards on the ground.
Blechen secured the victory with a leaping intercep on in the end zone. Earlier
                                                                                    Ma Mar nez had a career-high 17 tackles, Brian Blechen had seven tackles, a
intercep ons came from Brandon Burton (along with a team-high seven
                                                                                    sack, an intercep on and a pass breakup, and Burton ba ed down three passes
tackles) and Chaz Walker.
                                                                                    in addi on to his game-winning block.
SCORING BY QUARTERS                1         2         3    4 FINAL
Utah                               3        21       0     14          38           SCORING BY QUARTERS                 1        2            3        4 FINAL
San Diego State                   14        13       7      0          34           Brigham Young                       3        3        7            3       16
                                                                                    Utah                                0        0        0           17       17
SCORING SUMMARY
SD - Brown 10 pass from Lindley (Perez kick), 13:01, 1st                            SCORING SUMMARY
UU - Phillips 32 field goal, 9:17, 1st                                               BY - Payne 43 field goal, 4:34, 1st
SD - Brown 11 pass from Lindley (Perez kick), 00:49, 1st                            BY - Payne 37 field goal, 00:02, 2nd
SD - Hillman 5 run (Perez kick failed), 13:26, 2nd                                  BY - Jacobson 21 pass from Heaps (Payne kick), 4:51, 3rd
UU - Ma hews 57 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 11:47, 2nd                          UU - Phillips 40 field goal, 14:56, 4th
SD - Escobar 14 pass from Lindley (Perez kick), 5:28, 2nd                           UU - Christopher 37 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 13:46, 4th
UU - Wide 16 run (Phillips kick), 4:22, 2nd                                         BY - Payne 42 field goal, 7:38, 4th
UU - Moeai 47 pass from Wynn (Phillips kick), 00:00, 2nd                            UU - Asiata 3 run (Phillips kick), 4:24, 4th
SD - Brown 90 pass from Lindley (Perez kick), 11:12, 3rd
UU - Asiata 1 run (Phillips kick), 13:18, 4th                                       TEAM STATISTICS                                      BY                    UU
UU - Wide 1 run (Phillips kick), 10:21, 4th
                                                                                    First Downs                                       19                        14
                                                                                    Net Rushing                                       65                        89
TEAM STATISTICS                                   UU                   SD
First Downs                                      22                  29             Passing                                      22-37-1                   15-37-3
Net Rushing                                     138                  59             Passing Yards                                    228                       207
Passing                                     21-34-0             36-54-3             Total Offense                                     293                       296
Passing Yards                                   362                 528             Fumbles-Lost                                     3-3                       1-0
Total Offense                                 69-500              75-587             Penal es                                        2-20                      3-40
Fumbles-Lost                                    0-0                 1-0             Intercep ons-Yds                                3-80                       1-0
Penal es                                       8-75                8-64             Pun ng                                         4-164                     6-213
Intercep ons-Yds                               3-12                 0-0             Punt Returns                                     1-7                       2-2
Pun ng                                        5-175                3-94             Kickoff Returns                                  4-47                      5-77
Punt Returns                                   2-14                 1-0             Time of Possession                             32:32                     27:28
Kickoff Returns                                5-137                6-91             Third Down Conversions                          6-15                      4-15
Time of Possession                            31:15               28:45             Fourth Down Conversions                          0-1                       1-1
Third Down Conversions                         4-14                8-12             Sacks By                                         1-9                      2-27
Fourth Down Conversions                         3-3                 0-0
Sacks By                                       1-11                 1-3             INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
                                                                                    Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: Wide 18-73-0, M. Asiata 8-23-1. BY: Kariya 14-36-0,
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                                                                  Quezada 12-30-0.
Rushing (A -Yds-TD)–Utah: M. Asiata 19-87-1, Wide 10-66-2.
                                                                                    Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 13-30-1-199-1, Cain 2-7-2-8-0.
SD: Hillman 14-54-1, Sullivan 3-8-0.
Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)–Utah: Wynn 21-33-0-362-2.                                BY: Heaps 22-37-1-228-1
SD: Lindley 36-54-3-528-4.                                                          Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Brooks 3-72-0, Smithson 3-35-0, Rogers 2-38-0,
Receiving (No-Yds-TD)–Utah: Rogers 4-49-0, Brooks 3-63-0, M. Asiata 3-32-0,         Christopher 1-37-1. BY: Jacobson 7-92-1, Kariya 4-29-0, Hoffman 3-22-0.
Wide 2-29-0, Christopher 2-19-0, Moala 2-15-0, Ma hews 1-57-1, Moeai 1-47-          Kickoff Returns–Utah: Dunn 2-32, A’asa 1-18, Taplin-Ross 1-14, Smithson 1-13.
1. SD: Sampson 12-154-0, V. Brown 8-184-3, Sandifer 6-81-0, Escobar 6-65-1.         BY: Hoffman 2-29, Falslev 2-18.
Kickoff Returns–Utah: Smithson 2-70, Dunn 2-57, S. Asiata 1-10. SD: D. Brown         Punt Returns–Utah: Smithson 2-2. BY: Team 1-7.
4-64, Davis 2-27.                                                                   Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Mar nez 17, Walker 14, Taplin-Ross 8.
Punt Returns–Utah: Bird 1-12, Smithson 1-2. SD: Parker 1-0.                         Sacks: Blechen 1-15, Walker 1-12. TFL: Siliga 2.5-4, Blechen 1-15, Walker 1-12,
Utah Defensive Leaders–Tackles: Burton 7, Taplin-Ross 6, Chapman 6.                 Mar nez 1.5-3, Taplin-Ross 1-1. Intercep ons: Blechen 1.
Sacks: Cox 1-11. TFL: Cox 1-11, Shelby 1-3. Intercep ons: Burton 1-12, Blechen
1-0, Walker 1-0.


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                                        2010 Game Summaries
                                                                                                                               TEAM STATISTICS                             UU             BS
                                            GAME 13 - DECEMBER 22                                                              First Downs                                   8             23
                                                                                                                               Net Rushing                             29-107         37-202
                                            Utah (19/20/19)                        3        MAACO Bowl - Las Vegas, Nev.
                                                                                                                               Passing                                10-24-0        29-40-1
                                                                                            Sam Boyd Stadium (41,923)
                                            Boise State (10)                      26                                           Passing Yards                                93            341
                                                                                                                               Total Offense                                200            543
                                                                                                                               Fumbles-Lost                                3-3            4-3
                                        LAS VEGAS—Utah’s defense started fast, but the offense led by backup                    Penal es                                 10-83            3-29
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                                        quarterback Terrance Cain couldn’t keep pace and Utah lost 26-3 to 10th-               Intercep ons-Yds                           1-24            0-0
                                        ranked Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl. On the game’s first drive, Lamar              Pun ng                                   5-41.2         1-47.0
                                        Chapman sacked Bronco quarterback Kellen Moore, jarring loose the ball,                Punt Returns                                1-0           1-15
                                        which was recovered by Neli A’asa at the BSU 20-yard line. Utah couldn’t               Kickoff Returns                           6-146            2-33
                                        capitalize on its field posi on and first-team all-Mountain West Conference              Time of Possession                        26:50          33:10
                                        kicker Joe Phillips missed a 39-yard field goal—his first miss inside 40 yards all       Third Down Conversions                     2-13           8-18
                                        season. Other key defensive plays in Boise’s scoreless first quarter included           Sacks By                                    1-7           4-21
                                        forcing the Broncos to punt, stopping them on downs and an intercep on by
                                        Chaz Walker that he returned to the BSU 32-yard line. The intercep on set up           INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
                                        Utah’s only score of the day—a 44-yard field goal by Phillips. Utah would not           Rushing (A -Yds-TD)-Utah: Wide 6-34-0, Smithson 3-32-0.
                                        score again while mustering just 200 yards in total offense. Walker led Utah            BS: Mar n 14-147-1, Avery 12-55-0.
                                        with 10 tackles, an intercep on and a forced fumble, while Chapman added               Passing (Comp-A -I-Yds-TD)-Utah: Cain 10-24-0-93-0.
                                        nine stops, a sack and a forced fumble.                                                BS: Moore 28-38-1-339-2.
                                                                                                                               Receiving (No.-Yds-TD)-Utah: Smithson 3-56-0, Wide 3-21-0.
                                        SCORING BY QUARTERS                   1         2         3    4 FINAL                 BS: Pe s 12-147-1, Young 6-64-0.
                                        Utah                                  3         0         0    0       3               Kickoff Returns-Utah: Dunn 2-57, Taplin-Ross 2-53.
                                        Boise State                           0        16         7    3      26               BS: Avery 1-19, Young 1-14.
                                                                                                                               Punt Returns-Utah: Smithson 1-0. BS: Po er 1-15.
                                        SCORING SUMMARY                                                                        Utah Defensive Leaders-Tackles: Walker 10, Chapman 9. Sacks: Chapman 1-7,
                                        UU—Phillips 44 field goal, 0:56, 1st                                                    Cox 1-1. TFL: Chapman 1-7, Cox 1-1. Intercep ons: Walker 1-24.
                                        BS—Mar n 84 run (Brotzman kick) 8:39, 2nd
                                        BS—Brotzman 29 field goal, 2:27, 2nd
                                        BS—Shoemaker 26 pass from Moore (pass failed) 0:18, 2nd
                                        BS—Pe s 18 pass from Moore (Brotzman kick) 8:18, 3rd
                                        BS—Brotzman 21 field goal, 8:49, 4th




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                                                                         2011 Pac-12 Schedule
THURS., SEPT. 1                        SAT., SEPT. 24                            SAT., OCT. 29
Montana State at Utah                  Oregon at Arizona                         Arizona at Washington                   PAC-12 QUICK FACTS
                                       USC at Arizona State                      Colorado at Arizona State
SAT., SEPT. 3                          UCLA at Oregon State                      Stanford at USC
                                                                                                                         ARIZONA
Northern Arizona at Arizona            California at Washington                  California at UCLA
                                                                                                                         Head Coach: Mike Stoops
                                       Colorado at Ohio State                    Washington State at Oregon
UC Davis at Arizona State                                                                                                2010 Record: 7-6/4-5 (T-5th)
                                                                                 Oregon State at Utah
Minnesota at USC                                                                                                         Website: arizonawildcats.com
                                       SAT., OCT. 1




                                                                                                                                                            2 0 1 1 S P R I NG P R O S P E C T U S
UCLA at Houston
Fresno State at California             Arizona at USC                            SAT., NOV. 5                            ARIZONA STATE
San Jose State at Stanford             Oregon State at Arizona State             Utah at Arizona                         Head Coach: Dennis Erickson
Oregon vs. LSU                         UCLA at Stanford                          Arizona State at UCLA                   2010 Record: 6-6/4-5 (T-5th)
Sacramento State at Oregon State       Washington at Utah                        USC at Colorado                         Website: thesundevils.com
Eastern Washington at Washington       Washington State at Colorado              Washington State at California
Idaho State at Washington State                                                  Stanford at Oregon State                CALIFORNIA
Colorado at Hawaii                                                               Oregon at Washington                    Head Coach: Jeff Tedford
                                       THURS., OCT. 6                                                                    2010 Record: 5-7/3-6 (8th)
                                       California at Oregon
                                                                                                                         Website: calbears.com
SAT., SEPT. 10                                                                   SAT., NOV. 12
Utah at USC                            SAT., OCT. 8                              Arizona at Colorado
Arizona at Oklahoma State                                                        Arizona State at Washington State
                                                                                                                         COLORADO
                                       Arizona at Oregon State                                                           Head Coach: Jon Embree
Missouri at Arizona State              Arizona State at Utah                     Washington at USC
                                                                                                                         2010 Record: 2-7/5-6 (5th-Div.*)
San Jose State at UCLA                 Washington State at UCLA                  UCLA at Utah
                                                                                                                         * - Big 12 Conference
California at Colorado                 Colorado at Stanford                      Oregon State at California
                                                                                                                         Website: cubuffs.com
Stanford at Duke                                                                 Oregon at Stanford
Nevada at Oregon
Oregon State at Wisconsin              THURS., OCT. 13                                                                   OREGON
                                       USC at California                         SAT., NOV. 19                           Head Coach: Chip Kelly
Hawaii at Washington                                                             Arizona at Arizona State                2010 Record: 12-1/9-0 (1st)
UNLV at Washington State                                                         USC at Oregon                           Website: goducks.com
                                       SAT., OCT. 15                             Colorado at UCLA
SAT., SEPT. 17                         Arizona State at Oregon                   California at Stanford                  OREGON STATE
Stanford at Arizona                    Stanford at Washington State              Washington at Oregon State              Head Coach: Mike Riley
Arizona State at Illinois              Colorado at Washington                    Utah at Washington State                2010 Record: 5-7/4-5 (T-5th)
Syracuse at USC                        BYU at Oregon State                                                               Website: osubeavers.com
Texas at UCLA                          Utah at Pi sburgh
                                                                                 SAT., NOV. 26
Presbyterian at California                                                       California at Arizona State             STANFORD
Missouri State at Oregon               THURS., OCT. 20                           UCLA at USC                             Head Coach: David Shaw
Washington at Nebraska                 UCLA at Arizona                           Oregon State at Oregon                  2010 Record: 12-1/8-1 (2nd)
Washington State at San Diego State                                              Washington State at Washington          Website: gostanford.com
Colorado vs. Colorado State                                                      Colorado at Utah
Utah at BYU                            SAT., OCT. 22                                                                     UCLA
                                       Utah at California                        Louisiana-Lafaye e at Arizona
                                                                                 Notre Dame at Stanford                  Head Coach: Rick Neuheisel
                                       Washington at Stanford                                                            2010 Record: 4-8/2-7 (9th)
                                       Oregon at Colorado                                                                Website: uclabruins.com
                                       Oregon State at Washington State          SAT., DEC. 3
                                       USC at Notre Dame                         Pac-12 Championship Game                USC
                                                                                                                         Head Coach: Lane Kiffin
                                                                                                                         2010 Record: 8-5/5-4 (T-3rd)
                                                                                                                         Website: usctrojans.com
  UTAH’S FUTURE PAC-12 SCHEDULES
                                                                                                                         UTAH
  2012                        2013 / 2014                     2015 / 2016                2017 / 2018                     Head Coach: Kyle Whi ngham
  Arizona                     Arizona                         Arizona                    Arizona                         2010 Record: 10-3/7-1 (2nd*)
  Arizona State               Arizona State                   Arizona State              Arizona State                   * - Mountain West Conference
  Colorado                    Colorado                        Colorado                   Colorado                        Website: utahutes.com
  UCLA                        UCLA                            UCLA                       UCLA
  USC                         USC                             USC                        USC                             WASHINGTON
  California                  Stanford                        California                 Oregon                          Head Coach: Steve Sarkasian
  Oregon State                Oregon                          Oregon                     Stanford                        2010 Record: 7-6/5-4 (T-3rd)
  Washington                  Oregon State                    Oregon State               Washington                      Website: gohuskies.com
  Washington State            Washington                      Washington State           Washington State
                                                                                                                         WASHINGTON STATE
  Off Schedule:                Off Schedule:                    Off Schedule:               Off Schedule:                    Head Coach: Paul Wulff
  Oregon                      California                      Stanford                   California                      2010 Record: 2-10/1-8 (10th)
  Stanford                    Washington State                Washington                 Oregon State                    Website: wsucougars.com



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201 1 UTAH SCHEDULE
  Date            Opponent               Site
  Sept. 1 (Thu)   Montana State          Salt Lake City
  Sept. 10        at USC *               Los Angeles, Calif.
  Sept. 17        at Brigham Young       Provo, Utah
  Sept. 24        - Open -
  Oct. 1          Washington *           Salt Lake City
  Oct. 8          Arizona State *        Salt Lake City
  Oct. 15         at Pittsburgh          Pittsburgh, Pa.
  Oct. 22         at California *        San Francisco, Calif.
  Oct. 29         Oregon State *         Salt Lake City
  Nov. 5          at Arizona *           Tucson, Ariz.
  Nov. 12         UCLA *                 Salt Lake City
  Nov. 19         at Washington State*   Pullman, Wash.
  Nov. 26         Colorado *             Salt Lake City

  *-Pac-12 Conference Game

				
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