Sports with Amy Donaldson for September 18th, 2017

Utah Utes Football

Utah rolled San Jose State 54-16. Despite three turnovers, Utah earned 501 yards of offense, while holding the Spartans to just 30 rushing yards (on 37 attempts). Utes move up in the coaches poll to No. 21. UP NEXT: at Arizona Wildcats, Friday, Sept. 22 at 8:30 p.m.

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BYU Football

BYU got rolled by Wisconsin. It was the first visit to Provo for the No. 10 Badgers, as they handed the Cougars their worst loss since Utah beat them 54-10 in 2011. Tanner Mangum was out with an injury, so sophomore Beau Hoge started in his place.  Hoge completed 11 of 20 passes for 111 yards and two interceptions. His first series ended with a pick and he threw another one in the fourth quarter. UP NEXT: at Utah State, Friday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m.

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Weber State Football

Weber State beat the Sacramento State hornets 31-24 in non-conference action.

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Utah State Football

Utah State walloped by Wake Forest 46-10. UP NEXT: vs. UC Davis, Sept. 23 at 5 p.m.

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SUU Football

SUU football is now 2-1 after a 24-21 win over Northern Iowa. Snow College is 4-0 with a win over Mesa Community College (59-36).

Olympic Update

Nathan Chen returns to the ice where his career started and won the first international competition of the Olympic season.

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BYU Volleyball

BYU women’s volleyball beat Utah women’s volleyball in five sets at Huntsman Center.

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Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick awarded PLAYER OF THE WEEK by the NFL Players Union for his charity work.

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Broncos vs. Cowboys

Broncos killed the Cowboys; former Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott held to 8 yards; Former Utah lineman Garrett Bolles injured.

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Other Football Updates

Washington beat the Rams, 27-20

Seahawks beat the 49ers 12-9

Falcons beat the Packers 24-23

Steelers beat the Vikings 26-9

Chiefs beat the Eagles 27-20

Dolphins beat the Chargers 19-17

Real Salt Lake Soccer

RSL beat Portland Saturday 2-1. Critical game for both teams as Portland sits in first place in the Western Conference and was playing to lock down a top two seed. Real is in 8th place and is just two points behind FC Dallas.

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