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No one seems to have written off the Utes. And everyone seems to be waiting, just as Utah fans are, for the breakthroughs to come.
"I’d guess everybody in the league knows you’re in for a physical battle against Utah, but it’s a league where you need some real difference-makers offensively," said Bud Withers, who covers Washington State for the Seattle Times. "Obviously the development of Travis Wilson is going to be huge in that regard."
Washington State at UtahSaturday, 1 p.m.
TV » Pac-12 Network
Sugar Bowl holdovers
How Utes from the 2008 team contribute now:
Boo Andersen, linebacker » Backup has 19 tackles
DeVonte Christopher, receiver » Utah’s leading receiver the last two years is now a backup
Patrick Greene, snapper » Has snapped every ball for the Utes the last three years
Dave Kruger, defensive tackle » Starter is one of the vocal leaders of the defense
Ryan Lacy, corner » Has developed into the Utes’ best corner
Luke Matthews, receiver » Has nine catches for 121 yards
Kendrick Moeai, tight end » Doesn’t have a catch in 2012
Coleman Petersen, kicker » Has struggled with consistency and is 3-for-8 in field goal attempts
Sean Sellwood, punter » Leads the Pac-12 averaging 47.7 yards a punt
Tevita Stevens, center » Has accounted for all offensive snaps
Reggie Topps, corner » Earned starting corner role this year
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