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Everyone loves football, but for some, it can be difficult to understand. KSL.com brings those who may struggle with the rules the first portion of a multi-part series to explain the game of football in its simplest form.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Sep 20th - 10:21am
The Utes took a huge risk on Darren Carrington, who came into the football program with a checkered past and having been kicked off Oregon's team. At this point in the season, Carrington has been a model citizen and a difference maker on the team.
Utah’s defensive players were on show in Week 2 of the NFL season. Eric Weddle and Bobby Wagner both make highlight reel interceptions in wins for their teams. Alex Smith continues to impress in his win against the Eagles. Bolles' X-rays negative.
Nadia Gomes scored twice, and freshman Cameron Tucker added a second-half goal as the BYU women’s soccer team held on for its first home win of the season, 3-2 over visiting Kansas in a Monday matinee match.
The Cougars are banged up, with lower body injuries to starting quarterback Tanner Mangum and tight end Moroni Laulu-Pututau, among others. And the offense is also beat up, with a total production that ranks 127th in the country.
This week’s best come from an off-the-field collision at BYU, a spectacular game-winner at Florida, and a remarkable hurdle in Tucson by a Utah recruit. As always, click the video above for the full roundup of Great Clips of the Week.
The bar was set high for Utah’s Darren Carrington entering the season, as the former Oregon Duck and second-team all Pac-12 wideout was billed to be one of several impact players for the Utes’ new-look offense.