The Graham Anderson Show 9.2.11

The atmosphere at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah is a little different than what I’ve been experiencing these last few years at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium in the Bronx (home of the Columbia University Lions!!!!).  The Utes got off to an interesting start last night.  The 27-10 final can be deceiving in either direction.  After jumping out to a dominant 24-0 lead, the team seemed to relax and then allow an inferior, but better than expected, opponent to make the game seem respectable.  Is Norm Chow’s offense going to work?  Does Jordan Wynn have the mettle to lead this team to a possible Pac-12 Championship?  Is Kyle Whittingham ready for a 12 game season of tough games every single week?  Based on what we saw last night, what are we excited about and what are we nervous for?  Can we schedule Wyoming and New Mexico in the middle of the year so we can pad some stats and rest our starters?  MUSS President, Sean Davenport, joins the show to break down the game and talk about the future of Utah football.

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