Utah Utes

Utah Utes

About Utah Utes

The Utah Utes have represented the University of Utah in Salt Lake City since 1892.

The Utes (602-419-30) have won 24 conference titles, across five different conferences, their last coming in 2004 while competing in the Mountain West Conference.

The Utes hold an impressive 13-4 record in the postseason, giving them the best winning percentage of any team to compete in at least ten bowl games. In 2008 under head coach Kyle Whittingham, Utah finished runner-up to national champion Florida in the AP Poll after beating the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 31-17 in the Sugar Bowl.

Initially operating as an independent, the Utes joined their first conference, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, in 1910 and remained a member until 1937. The team played in the Big Seven Conference, the Skyline Conference, the Western Athletic Conference and the Mountain West Conference before joining the Pacific-12 South Conference in 2011.

Utah Utes Conference Titles

  • 2008: Mountain West Conference
  • 2004: Mountain West Conference
  • 2003: Mountain West Conference
  • 1999: Mountain West Conference
  • 1995: Western Athletic Conference
  • 1964: Western Athletic Conference
  • 1957: Skyline Conference
  • 1953: Skyline Conference
  • 1952: Skyline Conference
  • 1951: Skyline Conference
  • 1948: Skyline Conference
  • 1947: Big Seven Conference
  • 1942: Big Seven Conference
  • 1941: Big Seven Conference
  • 1940: Big Seven Conference
  • 1938: Big Seven Conference
  • 1933: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
  • 1932: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
  • 1931: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
  • 1930: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
  • 1929: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
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