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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah has a new high school football classification as it goes from 5 to 6 with the addition of 3AA.
2013 prep football preview

First Published Aug 17 2013 06:17 pm • Last Updated Aug 20 2013 05:25 pm

The 2013 prep football season kicks off Thursday, and the eight-page preview wrap will be in Sunday’s Tribune.

Inside, you’ll find a story on Utah’s approach to new policies in Texas and Alabama that limit the amount of contact football teams can having during the week leading up to a game.

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Our wrap cover story looks into the addition of a sixth classification in Utah, 3AA. It is being met with mixed reviews.

Tribune columnist Kurt Kragthorpe weighs in on the sixth classification and offers his reasons for not liking it.

We offer a list of 10 offensive and 10 defensive players around the state to keep an eye on this season.

Corner Canyon High enters the field of competition this season, and it doesn’t look like the Chargers will have to wait long to experience success.

And don’t miss a preview of each school, which started appearing online in early July. Our two-a-days will continue through Wednesday to make sure we offer a preview for all 103 football programs. You can find your favorite school’s preview by clicking here then clicking on your school and finding the two-a-day.




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