SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The infusion of cash from joining the Pac-12 Conference has led to a construction zone around Utah's football offices.
One might say the team itself is undergoing as major a renovation as well after just two games.
The Utes (1-1) already have lost to a northern instate rival in overtime, lost quarterback Jordan Wynn to a career-ending injury and now have to regroup in time to face ``the team down south'' - aka No. 25 Brigham Young - on Saturday night.
And this was supposed to be the easier part of the Utes schedule, what with road trips coming next to seemingly vastly improved conference foes Arizona State and UCLA surrounding what initially was billed as a showdown for the Pac-12 South crown at home against No. 2 USC.