2013: 5-7 (3-7 Pac 12)
Kyle Whittingham has been the head coach at Utah since 2005. Since Utah has entered the Pac 12, however, he has not seen much success. Whittingham could see himself on the coaching hot seat if the Utes suffer a third losing season in a row. The 2013 season for the Utes included a huge upset victory over #5 Stanford. Looking at the 2014 season the Utes will need more efforts like the one against Stanford if they want to improve. They face a tough Pac 12 schedule and will travel to the big house to take on Michigan. Wide Receiver Dres Anderson is considered one of the most explosive players in college football and is expected to have a big time year. Can the Utes begin to better compete in the Pac 12? Find out and head to Gold Coast Tickets today!
The Utah Utes operate under head coach Kyle Whittingham at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, which holds just over 45,000 fans. Utah has no national titles but 24 conference titles and 17 bowl appearances. They have rivalries with BYU (the “Holy War”), Utah State (the “Battle of the Brothers”), and Colorado. Interestingly, Utah and Colorado didn’t play for 50 years until reunited in the Pac-12 in 2011, and they have split two games since then. The Utes have two BCS bowl game wins, and have the best bowl game winning percentage out of any team in college football that has 10 or more bowl game appearances. This season the Utes look to get back to their BCS ways and Gold Coast Tickets does not want you to miss out on the action! Gold Coast Tickets has the best selection for all your college football needs this season!