Up the ante: Utah replaces key positions on offense heading in the PAC-12

Posted: March 8, 2011 by Dan Condie in NCAA Football, Utah
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More pieces continue to come together for the Utes before the start of Spring practice. As recently as a week ago, Utah has added 2 gigantic offensive linemen. Po’u Palelei, 6’5” 380 lb, signed with the Utes early last week, as well as Benji Kemoeatu, 6’3” 350 lb.

Position changes will include WR Luke Matthews moving to FB, G Tevita Stevens moving to C, and slot option Reggie Dunn filling in a more permanent WR spot.

Coaching changes will be under the microscope as Norm Chow takes over OC duties, Tim Davis will coach the OL with all its fresh faces.

Last season, at its height of success, the Utes’ offense averaged over 40 points a game. The last 4 games, they averaged under 10. The players and coaching staff are very anxious and optimistic about the coming season.

So are we.

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Comments
  1. Chris says:

    Great news! Can’t wait for the season to start.

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