It was a bit of a transitional season for the Utah football team this season on the offensive side of the ball. It all started with the hiring of Troy Taylor as offensive coordinator, after Coach Whittingham decided to move on from Aaron Roderick. Taylor was bringing in a more pass centric offense that would be more QB focused. Of course, the Utes were also replacing four offensive linemen, their starting running back (Joe Williams), and one of their best wide receivers in Tim Patrick. When you combine all of that you figured there would be some growing pains. The Utes were bringing back their starting QB though with Troy Williams, so they had that going for them… oh wait, Tyler Huntley beat him out for the starting roll. That’s a lot of new on the offensive side of the ball.

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