Talk about a crash course in Utah football. With media members limited to watching just the last 20 minutes of practice, it's hard to say who is having great days and who isn't, but we'll do our best.
Receiver Kenneth Scott made some nice catches and running back Kelvin York looked strong. Quarterbacks Jordan Wynn and Travis Wilson both had their moments as well.
Utah coach Kyle Whittingham said he decided to cut back on the amount of time media members can watch to keep distractions to a minimum and because the Utes will have a 'few wrinkles' in their offense with coordinator Brian Johnson using more of a spread offense.
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