Stallions Recognize Former Utah College Stars At Halftime
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Playing in Rice-Stadium Eccles, home of the Utah Utes, the Salt Lake Stallions took time at halftime of their home opener against the Arizona Hotshots to recognize a few former greats from local colleges.
The Stallions honored former Utes Tom Hackett, Andy Phillips, Bradon Godrey, Garett Bolles, Scott Mitchell Frank Dolce and former head coach Ron McBride.
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Former Cougars Ed and Bryan Kehl, Daniel Coats, Reno Mahe and Jason Buck made their way to midfield to be introduced as well as former Utah State Aggie Emmett White.
A big drawing poing for the Alliance of American Football is that the teams boost many players who starred on local colleges. The Stallions currently boost nine former Utes, four former Cougars and two former Aggies on the roster.
Salt Lake won its inaugural home opener, 23-15, over the Hotshots.
Next for Salt Lake is a contest against the Orlando Apollos on March 2 at 2 p.m.