If you were looking for a dramatic overhaul to Utah's offense between now and Saturday, you'll be disappointed based on the thoughts shared at Utah's press conference Monday.
Utah's offense, which went from averaging 37 points in the first six games to 15.3 points in the last three, simply has to play better according to Utah coach Kyle Whittingham.
The only change one can expect to see is more of right tackle Isaac Asiata after he graded out well in his effort on Saturday.
Whittingham said coaching ultimately was to blame for Utah's struggles, saying it was up to the coaches to help the players perform better. If they couldn't, it was the coaches' fault for finding the "wrong guys," he said.<