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Utah football: Utes’ secondary getting some extra attention

Whittingham says team needs to end its “turnover drought.”

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The Utes expect a hostile crowd in Provo, but it won’t be any different than what they’ve grown accustomed to in the Pac-12, Whittingham said.

"Once the game starts, you tune everything else out and communicate with each other, and we’ll work on that throughout the week with loudspeakers."

However, the Utes spent part of Tuesday’s practice with the offense inside with crowd noise piped in.


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