Check out Pac Heisman hopefuls, who made our all-conference team, players to know, new coaches and more before kickoff. The junior will have two seasons of eligibility remaining and is eligible to play with the Utes this season. Everyone knows Alabama and Clemson will be in the playoff mix. But what other teams could make a surprise run toward a title? It starts with Notre Dame. After 31 years as the athletic director at Utah, Chris Hill announced Monday that he will retire this spring.
The classes are full, and the grades are out. Alabama, Ohio State and Texas impressed and earned the only three A-plus marks. The Utes announced the signing of tight end Thomas Yassmin at 4: Not surprisingly, Alabama and Georgia dominate the top performances from bowl season.
But they're not the only ones who starred during the postseason. Gary Andersen, former head coach at Oregon State and Wisconsin, has been hired at Utah to be a defensive assistant and associate head coach, the school announced Tuesday.
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