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69 Days to Kickoff

<junior high snicker>   #69: Available jersey after Simi Moala transferred to Jackson State.

Was having difficulty cracking the two-deep and threw in the towel last fall, it seems.

  • UteManX
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    Nice!

  • Ute Dub

    69 is Gross.

    https://static.clubs.nfl.com/image/private/t_editorial_landscape_mobile_2x/f_auto/panthers/kdgmm64fi3cptvhcsbcd.jpg

  • Plourde Advances to 1500m Finals at Canadian Championships

    TOWNSHIP OF LANGLEY, B.C. – Simone Plourde of Utah cross country and track & field advanced to the finals of 1500m race at the Canadian Championships on Saturday inside McLeod Athletic Park after posting yet another PR.

    The Utah sophomore earned an automatic berth into the finals after finishing third in her heat with a PR mark of 4:14.93 – and was just .35 off from the leader while ending up with the fifth-fastest time on Saturday.
     
    Finals will take place on Sunday, June 26, at 3:50 p.m. (MT).

    utahutes.com article

    PlainsUte
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    70 Days to Kickoff

    #70 Hunter Lotulelei, RS Freshman OL, 6-2, 323

    Ute fans are very familiar with the Lotulelei name; Hunter is cousin of Star & Lowell Lotulelei.  Hunter comes to the Utes from Highland High in SLC.  He was First Team All-State, All-Region and 2nd Team All-USA as a HS Senior 2017, went on a 2-year LDS mission, and did not see action on game days in 2020 and 2021 football seasons at Utah.  Hunter has been getting reps in practice in the scout teams for a couple years and, as one of several RS Freshmand and Sohps in the OBLOCK, he should get some action in special teams and maybe on OL in 2022.  Certainly one to watch.

    Hunter Lotulelei on Hudl

    #70 Hunter Lotulelei

    Ute Dub

    Anyone attend the air show at Hill today? I thought it was great!

    we got there as early as possible so the crowds weren’t too bad early on. The F-22 was the best, didn’t stay for F-35.  

  • Utesbyfive

    I thought about going, but then I heard attendance is supposed to be 500,000 people. That’s too much for me.