SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Tradition is what makes college football one of the most popular sports in America. From “Roll Tide”, to the “Sooner Schooner” there are plenty to choose from. We often hear about the deep football tradition in the SEC, but what about our local traditions? The MUSS As a former member […]
Isaac Asiata joined Tom Hackett and Andy Phillips on the recent Special Forces Gang podcast and the boys discussed everything from why Asiata was recently cut from the Miami Dolphins to how to handle expectations for this 2019 Utah football season.
Tom Hackett and Andy Phillips discussed a number of hot topics on this week's episode of Special Forces Gang, including the work Jim Harding has done on the offensive line and how it is paying off for his players.
FitCon is Utah's premier fitness expedition held at the Salt Palace on Friday and Saturday. Founded by former Utah football player Dallin Rogers in 2015, FitCon brings energy and offers a range of different events to keep you entertained from key note speakers, sumo wrestling and the main event on Saturday night, the Utah vs. BYU boxing matches.
Jay Hill was an assistant coach at the University of Utah for 14 years before deciding to take over the head coaching duties at Weber State University. His coaching career started in 2001 as a graduate assistant (GA) but it did not take long before he found the trust of Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham and became a full time assistant in 2005.
Former University of Utah middle linebacker Cody Barton was one of six Ute players who were invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. He stopped by the Special Forces Gang podcast to talk about his routine leading up to the combine.
For me personally, coming to Utah was difficult. Not only did I have to leave my family on the other side of the world to pursue a dream I had only had for 12 months, but I also had to learn a new culture that was vastly different from where I was coming from.
Since former Ute punter Tom Hackett arrived in Utah just seven years ago, the recruiting process has changed drastically. It's now more than just making sure recruits are content with their photos posted social media.
Former University of Utah quarterback, Travis Wilson, might be playing at Rice-Eccles Stadium again sometime soon, but with a different team. He was recently in Salt Lake City to work out with the Salt Lake Stallions, Utah’s new professional football team.