Utah linebacker announces intention to enter transfer portal
Utah linebacker Owen Chambliss is entering the transfer portal. The freshman linebacker announced on Friday he intends to put his name in the portal when the new window opens on Dec. 4. Chambliss came to Utah in the 2023 recruiting cycle after a strong career at Corona (Calif.) Cenennial. He...
Olympics Return to Salt Lake City, LDS Women's Leaders Removed, and Female Football Players Reflect on Lawsuit Settlement
• Salt Lake City has been named the preferred host for the 2034 Winter Olympics. • Leaders of the Relief Society in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the San Francisco Bay Area have been ordered to step down, ending a decade-long tradition.
Salt Lake City one step closer to hosting 2034 Winter Olympics
Salt Lake City, Utah, is one step closer to landing its second Winter Olympic Games after the International Olympic Committee announced it would be entering a "targeted dialogue" with the city for the 2034 Winter Games.
Utah Flips Arizona DB Commit Quimari Shemwell
Utah's recruiting class adds yet another member with early signing day approaching
Olympic Critics Warn of Potential Problems Over Benefits for 2034 Games
• Dave Owen, a critic of the 2002 Olympics, opposes the 2034 games, stating they will "create more problems than benefits." • Owen highlights the cost of the previous Olympics, including federal taxpayer money and infrastructure projects.
Instant Replay: Tony Finau Hits Flagstick On Unlucky Shot At Hero World Challenge
SALT LAKE CITY – Utahn and PGA Tour golfer Tony Finau hit the top of the flagstick during an unlucky shot at the Hero World Challenge tournament. The 2023 Hero World Challenge is being held at Albany Golf Course in New Providence, Bahamas from November 30-December 3. During his...
Cauldron lit as Salt Lake City committee enters next step with IOC over 2034 bid
SALT LAKE CITY — Derek Parra has seen the Salt Lake City Olympic cauldron re-lit since it was positioned back outside Rice-Eccles Stadium two years ago. Those times allowed him to reflect on the gold and silver speedskating medals he won during the 2002 Winter Olympics, memories he'll always cherish. But a new feeling emerged as he and the crowd around him — a group of former and current Olympians, as well as up-and-comers in winter sports — counted down to see the flame burn once more on a cold Friday night. This time around he couldn't stop thinking about what's on the horizon.
Hillcrest swimmers return to the pool stronger, faster
Hillcrest High’s Maria Magalhaes wins the 200 free in 2:09.3, eight seconds ahead of the nearest competitor, in the dual meet against Brighton High on Nov. 9. (Julie Slama/City Journals) After a gap year from swimming competitively because of the demands in the Canyons School District’s cosmetology program, senior...
5 storylines to follow when No. 12 Utah women’s basketball hosts BYU
The Utah Utes and BYU Cougars — two teams who are off to strong starts to the season — renew their longstanding rivalry Saturday.
A Utah coach on and off the field
There isn't a day that goes by when Ian Hall Jr. isn't coaching. But, this Utah local takes it beyond the football field. Ian Jr. uses his coaching stills in the classroom running a nonprofit organization called 'Street Smarts' where he teaches teenagers about entrepreneurship. He helps them find their...
Following Colorado victory, Utes readying for 2024-25 campaign
Following a hopefully momentum-building regular season finale victory over Coach Prime and his Colorado Buffaloes, the Utah Utes are getting a jump start on readying for their 2024-25 campaign. After a season that fell short of lofty expectations, largely due to star QB Cam Rising’s extended time off due to his knee injury, the Utes will look to retool their roster and ready themselves for their first season in the Big 12.
Former Utah Greats To Spearhead FTW360 Content
SALT LAKE CITY – For The Win 360– a video platform app that operates in conjunction with Utah’s Crimson Collective announced the addition of some former Utah greats who will be contributing content. Stevenson Sylvester (Utah football), Missy Marlowe (Utah gymnastics), and Sean Mooney (Utah basketball) will...
Salt Lake County Mayor: Little Cottonwood gondola is bad for the Olympics
SALT LAKE CITY– The proposed gondola that would stretch eight miles up Little Cottonwood Canyon is bad for the 2034 Olympics, said Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson. It isn’t guaranteed that Salt Lake will host the Olympics, but being chosen as a “preferred host” this week greatly improved the city’s chances.
Real Salt Lake Relieves Elliot Fall Of GM Duties, Parts Ways With Multiple Coaches
SALT LAKE CITY – Real Salt Lake decided to shake things up in the front office and coaching staff after losing in the first round of the playoffs for the second straight year. The club announced the series of moves on Friday, December 1. RSL made multiple moves within...
Runnin' Utes' scoring balance helping team find early success
SALT LAKE CITY — It was a relatively quiet night for senior Branden Carlson Monday night. Over the last few seasons, a quiet night for the Runnin' Utes' leading scorer on the road (or at home) often spelled trouble for Utah and indicated a loss was imminent — sometimes by large margins. But Monday night, Carlson's 7 points was enough.
Undefeated BYU Basketball Faces Fresno State at Delta Center
• No. 19 BYU basketball team is set to play against Fresno State at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City. The team has had a strong start to the season with a 6-0 record and is ranked 19th in the AP Top 25 poll.
Silverwolves have great showing in 6A state cross country championship
In a deep and talented field of runners and teams, the Riverton cross country team more than held its own. At the Oct. 26 state meet, Riverton placed fourth in Class 6A on both the boys’ and girls’ side. The boys had five runners in the top 61 of all participants, including three in the top 25. Meanwhile, the girls edged out Herriman and were 34 points behind third-place Westlake. The girls placed three runners in the top 25 and five in the top 48.
Take 2 Podcast: SLC 2034 Olympics 'preferred host,' RFK Jr. in Utah, Celeste Maloy sworn in
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Host: Heidi Hatch. Guests: Greg Hughes Former Utah House Speaker & Scott Howell Former State Senate Minority Leader. Presidential Polls show RFK could be a disrupter. The Great Blue and Red State Debate Newsom V DeSantis. Celeste Maloy wins- sworn in a week after...
Who’s staying, who’s leaving, who’s incoming for Utah football? Tracking 2024 decisions
Who’s staying, who’s leaving, who’s incoming for Utah football? Tracking the 2024 roster.