Most of the talk around Columbus this month has centered around potential opt-outs within the Ohio State program, new defensive coordinator Jim Knowles and possible assistant coaching changes, and whether the Buckeyes will be motivated to play in the Rose Bowl.

Out in Salt Lake City, it’s a very different story. The Utah program is flying high off its first-ever Pac-12 title and headed for its first-ever berth in the Rose Bowl. And there is reason to think the Utes could present a very difficult matchup for Ohio State.

Josh Furlong is the sports director of and the beat writer for Utah football. He joins host Tom Orr to discuss the Utes and their incredible season.

  • The two tragedies which inspired their run to a title
  • Utah’s ability to dominate games in the trenches
  • The former Ohio State commit who plays a key role for the defense
  • The standout who came out of nowhere to post an incredible season at linebacker
  • Other names that Buckeye fans need to know for the Rose Bowl

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  1. Josh is very articulate. He has me thinking that this Utah team is waiting to show the country just how good they are. This is going to go to the team that is the toughest.

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