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Utes not getting discouraged

Published October 24, 2012 6:16 pm
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Watching the Utes practice, it's hard to tell they are a team on a 4-game losing streak. The Utes had another solid practice Wednesday. "It was good work," he said. "It is what you want out of a Wednesday." He is using their solid efforts as proof the Utes haven't given up on the season, noting his team consistently has worked hard in practice. "We just haven't made the pivotal, momentum-changing plays in games," he said. "The majority of them have gone against us." Whittingham said sophomore V.J. Fehoko, who was moved to defensive end, will remain with the linebackers now since Jacoby Hale is out for 3-to-4 weeks with an injury. "V.J. has had a great attitude the entire year," Whittingham said. - Lya Wodraska

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