In the wake of losing to Cal State Northridge, Utes head coach Larry Krystkowiak said that he may make changes to the playing rotation in the near future, and maybe even on Friday night against the College of Idaho.
"I'm not ready to make any decisions public yet," Krystkowiak said. "But if and when they are made, they will be apparent right away."
Two spots are troubling for Utah. At point guard, the Utes have struggled with turnovers, and the Utah ballhandlers have struggled to get into the lane off the dribble.
At center, Jason Washburn has been very good in spurts since initially losing his spot to sophomore Dallin Bachynski.
Krystkowiak has said that he likes what Washburn brings off the bench, scoring and shotblocking. At the point, Glen Dean and Jarred DuBois have split the majority of the minutes, with Brandon Taylor being a notable exception in the win over SMU.
Small forward Cedric Martin's spot doesn't appear to be in jeopardy, as he brings the best perimeter defense on the team to the table.
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