2019 Remembered: REVEALED: Laois’s Top 10 Hottest Red Heads of 2019

first_img WhatsApp WhatsApp By LaoisToday Reporter – 23rd December 2019 Pinterest Facebook Facebook Home We Are Laois Hottest Men 2019 Remembered: REVEALED: Laois’s Top 10 Hottest Red Heads of 2019 We Are LaoisHottest Men Electric Picnic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News TAGS2019 Remembered Electric Picnic For those who made it – congratulations!And for those who didn’t, well, there is always next year!Stay tuned for the rest of the week where we will reveal the Top Ten in the remaining four categories before naming the overall Top 10 Hottest Laois Men for 2019.10 – Eoghan KehoeEoghan KeoghEoghan was nominated for this spot on the list, and with these Instagram worthy bikini shots, it’s easy to see why.Stellar goalkeeping skills, luscious red hair and a man who knows how to work the angles. The Mountmellick man gets a nod of approval and spot at number 10 on our list.9 – Bernard O’SheaBernard O’SheaHow could we complied a list of Laois’s hottest red heads and not include Mr O’Shea in on the action?The famous comedian managed to make our Top 10 last year and announced his reaction to the ninth place spot on his then Breakfast Show on 2FM with Keith Walsh and Jennifer Zamparelli.Hilarious, modest, and a man who knows how to dance… kind of. All worthy components of a spot on this list.8 – Brian GlynnBrian GlynnWhen we opened nominations for this segment, we lost count at the amount of times this orange-bombshell was sent in to us.Brian Glynn, or ‘Gingey’, as he is affectionately known as, is not only good looking, but he is also a qualified physiotherapist. Brains and beauty – what a combination. Oh and he is also very good at football.7 – Colm Murphy2019 has proved to be an extremely fruitful year for Murphy. He broke onto the Laois senior football team this year, and has now made it into the Hottest Men’s list for the very first time.This Portarlington man has proved to be a scoring force on the pitch, and this list might even help him to be on off of it.6 – Nathan CarpenterNathan Carpenter could be described as ‘strawberry blonde’ but that makes him a red-head in our book.A former footballer with The Heath, soccer is Carpenter’s main sport and after stints with Portlaoise AFC, he is now at home with Towerhill Rovers where he was one of their leading scorers.5 – Scott LawlessScott Lawless is another man who could fall into the ‘strawberry blonde’ category but as we’ve stated before, that qualifies him here.The ‘Otter’ as he is known, comes highly recommended with a flood of nominations arriving for him to make the list from all over the place.4 – James KellyJames Kelly, rightIs there a man with redder hair in all of Laois than James Kelly?The St Joseph’s clubman was nominated on more than ten occasions and his stock will have risen further following his fine display for his team in their win over Blalyroan-Abbey at the weekend.3 – Chris Booth Chris BoothInto the top three we go and the second Portarlington red-head to make this list is Chris Booth.The Colaiste Iosagain teacher was described by those who nominated him as ‘one of the few red-heads on the planet with the ability to tan in the sun’. What a phenomenon this man is!2 – Evan O’CarrollEvan O’Carroll and Danny O’Reilly celebrate Laois win over WestmeathO’Carroll can now hold his head up high and say for definite certainty that he is the best looking red head on the Laois football team – finishing ahead of county team-mates Colm Murphy and James Kelly.Forget the accuracy in front of the posts, or steering UCD to Sigerson Cup glory last year, this will be the accolade the Crettyard man will bring up most for the rest of the year (or lifetime).1 – Sean Mangan Sean Mangan2016 marked the year when Sean Mangan impressed the nation with his charm on First Dates Ireland.Three years later, the 26 year old continues to impress with his style. Extremely frank and candid, the Kilcavan man is a breathe of fresh air on social media.Besides, what’s hotter than a man on the junior football team of the year?!SEE ALSO – Check out more from the 2019 Remembered Series Twitter Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role Pinterest Out of our brand new categories, this was certainly the most hotly contested of them with nominations and suggestions flooding in on all social media platforms for the last week.Our judging panel had a really hard job narrowing it down to just 10 but they feel they have got it just right.Agree? Disagree? Let us know in the comments. Twitter Laois’s Hottest Red Heads 2019 We thought it was time to bring attention to the hottest red heads the county has to offer. You’re welcome!Brought to you in association with The Laser Suite, PortarlingtonAnd here we have it – our first list!After hundreds and hundreds of nominations and days of deliberations, our judging panel bring you the list of the ten hottest red heads in Laois. 2019 Remembered: REVEALED: Laois’s Top 10 Hottest Red Heads of 2019 Previous article2019 Remembered: 22 players who really impressed at the Laois Divisional Football CompetitionNext articleHere is the 2019 LaoisToday Intermediate football Team of the Year LaoisToday Reporter Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival datelast_img read more

Westwood action delayed on financing changes for Woodside Village project

first_imgA rendering showing the perspective from Rainbow looking to the east.The Westwood City Council is still waiting to hear the details and analysis on an expected new Tax Increment Financing plan for the Woodside Village development.A public hearing on a new TIF project plan was closed during a council meeting last week, but will need to be started again when more financial details are available to the council.The first phase of the project already is well along in its construction, but the later phases have had their costs escalate since the financing plan was put together, according to the developer.The site plans for all phases of the construction have been approved, including modifications to the construction that will take place on the south side of 47th Place. The north phase – that under construction – is fully financed. Still to come are renovations to the health and tennis club and the new retail and residential development on the southside, which is not expected to start until 2017.The redevelopment agreement that was approved in 2011 capped public financing at $22 million for the project. Any change in that amount requires council approval and the city’s financial consultants are reviewing materials now.City Attorney Ryan Denk told the council last week that a new public hearing requires 30-day notice, but the hearing only serves its purpose if all of the financial recommendations have been worked through. That has not happened yet, he said.Jayme Tebow, an unsuccessful candidate for city council in this month’s election, said she did not believe residents “are getting the information” they need. She also objected to the makeup of the city’s finance team that is dealing with the developer. The team includes outside consultants. The mayor and one council member also are part of the team.Because of the notification limit, the financing cannot be considered at the regular May council meeting.last_img read more

Justice Thomas meets with Barry U. law students

first_imgJustice Thomas meets with Barry U. law students April 1, 2011 Regular News SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS from the left, met with three students from the Federalist Society chapter at Barry University School of Law — Amit Schlesinger, Rinaldo J. Cartaya III, and Nicholas Primrose — who attended the 30th Annual Student Symposium at the University of Virginia. The students spent the weekend hearing panels regarding the theme of this year’s symposium, “Capitalism, Markets, and the Constitution.” Justice Thomas delivered the keynote address discussing his life and ideology on the court and where he sees the judicial branch and country going. He cautioned that the country is at a crossroads where the way we interpret the Constitution and decide cases could greatly affect our society. Other highlights of the event included a speech by former CEO of BB&T Bank, John Allison, who spoke on the policy implications that led to the housing bubble and ideas about changing federal monetary and lending policies. His speech ended with an inspiration call to “commit yourself to being a lifelong learner. Learn from your mistakes. Life is a constant education, if you choose to make it one.”last_img read more

Sierra Leone’s doctors end nationwide strike

first_imgHawanatu Conteh, a nurse at Connaught Hospital, tends to a patient while the hospital’s doctors strike over pay and conditions, in Freetown, Sierra Leone December 4, 2018. Picture taken December 4, 2018. REUTERS/Cooper Inveen/File Photo Doctors in Sierra Leone have ended a 13-day strike pushing for better pay and working conditions that had paralyzed the country’s hospitals.Hawanatu Conteh, a nurse at Connaught Hospital, tends to a patient while the hospital’s doctors strike over pay and conditions, in Freetown, Sierra Leone December 4, 2018. Picture taken December 4, 2018. REUTERS/Cooper Inveen/File PhotoThe health ministry said it had agreed a timeline with doctors to respond to their demands, announcing the agreement in a statement signed by the heads of two doctors’ associations.The strike impacted an already threadbare health system in one of the world’s poorest countries, leaving its biggest and busiest hospitals in disarray and the sick unattended.“At this point we can only trust their word,” said Abdul Njai, president of the junior doctors’ association.“It’s not exactly how we wanted things to go, but our patients need us now. They can’t wait any longer.”Striking doctors had been demanding pay rises, equipment purchases, and health insurance for medical professionals.“The ministry has agreed to meet the doctors’ demands over the course of the next year and asked them not to disclose further details, Njai said.Sierra Leone is still recovering from an Ebola epidemic in 2014-2016 that killed nearly 4,000 people, including more than 250 medical staff.Related Dealing with Ebola in Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Defends Lockdown center_img China offers to help Sierra Leonelast_img read more

USC cornerbacks Harris, Lammons speed progress by slowing game

first_imgUSC cornerback Chris Lammons (3) says he expects much improved play in 2015 because, thanks to his experience in 2014, ‘you know what’s going to happen.’USC cornerback Chris Lammons (3) says he expects much improved play in 2015 because, thanks to his experience in 2014, ‘you know what’s going to happen.’COLUMBIA – After going straight from high school in Florida to the college football fast lane that is the SEC, University of South Carolina cornerbacks Al Harris Jr. and Chris Lammons are seeing the game at a different speed as they enter year two.“The game’s slowing down a little more,” Harris said.What exactly does that mean?“You know what’s about to happen,” Lammons said.The continued development of Harris and Lammons, as well as junior Rico McWilliams, is considered vital to the improvement of a USC defense that ranked 92nd in the NCAA College Bowl Subdivision last season.To coaches, evidence of the game slowing down is shown by a player speeding up.“You see if they react quicker to things,” said co-defensive coordinator Jon Hoke. “That means they’re processing things faster.”It’s a byproduct of experience.“One thing about football is it’s a repetition game and the more reps you have, the more chances you have to get better,” Hoke said. “They played quite a bit last year, so they have a lot of reps under their belt.”Harris started four games in 2014 and was selected to the SEC All-Freshman team, while Lammons started seven. Those two and McWilliams, who has eight career starts, are considered the main competitors for USC’s two starting cornerback positions.The USC passing defense ranked 52nd in the nation in 2014, while the rushing defense was No. 105. Hoke was hired this offseason to install a new defensive scheme, which the players describe as more aggressive.“I feel good about it,” Lammons said. “It just allows everybody to make plays and be unselfish.”Coach Steve Spurrier describes the scheme as simpler for the cornerbacks to learn.“When they know what to do, they should have a better chance of executing their assignment,” he said.Lammons said he’s been working on his footwork and coverage away from the ball.“I feel good,” said Lammons, who is from Lauderhill. “I’m smarter, bigger, healthier, just everything.”Harris said that a key moment in his development came this spring, when he took some time off and went back to Fort Lauderdale.“I got to go home and work out with the people that I know best,” Harris said. “When I came back, I was refreshed.”After summer sessions with his USC teammates and a couple of weeks of fall practice, he said he can see things that he couldn’t notice last year.“Instead of being like a robot, I can be free on the field,” he said. “I’m trying to play the ball better, break on routes. Just trying to make plays.”He provided some evidence during the Gamecocks’ scrimmage Saturday, when both he and Lammons had an interception. None of the returning cornerbacks had an interception in 2014.“I feel like we looked good out there,” Harris said. “Me, Chris, Rico, Rashad (Fenton), Chaz (Elder), all of us.”Elder, a junior who is splitting time between safety and corner, has a simple answer for the defensive backfield’s top priority.“Playing fast,” he said.Which might happen, if things slow down enough.last_img read more

After embarrassing loss last year, Utah embarrasses Arizona State with lights-out defensive performance

first_img Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) is wrapped up at the line of scrimmage by Arizona State Sun Devils defensive linemen Roe Wilkins (95) and Jermayne Lole (90) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes linebacker Devin Lloyd (20) leads the Utes onto the field before the start of an NCAA football game against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) runs around the defensive line during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. SALT LAKE CITY — Ever since Utah joined the Pac-12 eight years ago, Arizona State has been a thorn in the Utes’ side. Nobody has beaten Utah more than the Sun Devils, who like USC and Washington, have six wins over the Utes. The last two years were especially embarrassing for the Utes, who lost to the Sun Devils by a combined 38 points, while allowing 68 points.So what did the Utes do to make up for it this year?“Obviously last year’s game against those guys left a sour taste in our mouths. We wanted to get that out. We were sitting on it for a year so it was about time to let it loose.” — Utah defensive coordinator Morgan ScalleyThey turned the tables and simply embarrassed the Sun Devils, holding them to their lowest point total in 11 years and keeping them from setting a modern FBS record for most consecutive games scoring double-digit points (they had 125 straight double-digit games, which was tied with Louisiana Tech).After the game, coach Utah coach Kyle Whittingham gushed, “I can’t remember a better defensive effort, certainly not as of late. Our defense was lights-out tonight.”Ute defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley gave all the credit to the players and said they had extra motivation after what happened last year in Tempe when Arizona State rolled up 536 yards and 38 points on the Utes.This year, the Utes held the Sun Devils to exactly 400 fewer yards and 35 fewer points.“Obviously last year’s game against those guys left a sour taste in our mouths,” Scalley said. “We wanted to get that out. We were sitting on it for a year so it was about time to let it loose.” Utah Utes wide receiver Derrick Vickers (8) is hit by Arizona State Sun Devils linebacker Tyler Whiley (23) on a running play during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Arizona State came into this year’s game averaging 402 yards per game. Utah held them to 136 yards. ASU freshman quarterback Jayden Daniels, a player the Utes coveted out of high school, was averaging 268 yards per game passing. He got 25 against Utah’s stout defense, completing just 4 of 18 passes. About 10 of those passes were fired into the third row of the stands as he was scrambling all night and just trying to get rid of the ball. Daniels was also sacked three times, all by Utah’s defensive end Bradley Anae, who Whittingham called, the “best edge rusher in the Pac-12.” In fact, Whittingham was a prophet, telling Anae before the game that he was going to get three sacks in the game.ASU coach Herm Edwards, a former defensive star in the NFL, was certainly impressed by Utah’s defensive effort. “You have to give Utah a lot of credit,” he said. “They put a lot of pressure on our quarterback. They found ways to get to him and he was under duress most of the day.”Before and during the game, all eyes were on Ute running back Zack Moss and his quest to break the career rushing record set by Eddie Johnson 31 years ago. It took until late in the fourth quarter for Moss to get past Johnson, but in the meantime, the Ute defense took center stage. Utah Utes linebacker Devin Lloyd (20) trips up Arizona State Sun Devils quarterback Jayden Daniels (5) and prevents him from going out of bounds near the end of the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) runs past Arizona State Sun Devils defensive back Kobe Williams (5) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Arizona State Sun Devils defensive back Chase Lucas (24) tries to reel in a tipped ball that was batted away by Utah Utes wide receiver Donte Banton (13) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes defensive end Bradlee Anae (6) celebrates with the rest of the defensive line after stopping Arizona on third down during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes wide receiver Jaylen Dixon (25) dives for the first Utah touchdown during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson A shirtless Utes fan bellows into the rain during a break in play in the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. A shirtless Utes fan bellows into the rain during a break in play in the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes quarterback Tyler Huntley (1) throws the ball during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes tight end Cole Fotheringham (89) is flipped through the air by Arizona State Sun Devils defensive back Chase Lucas (24) during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes defensive back Javelin Guidry (28) enters the field for warmups before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes linebacker Devin Lloyd (20) trips up Arizona State Sun Devils quarterback Jayden Daniels (5) and prevents him from going out of bounds near the end of the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) runs around the defensive line during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes defensive back Julian Blackmon (23) warms up before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Colter Peterson Colter Peterson Colter Peterson Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) is wrapped up at the line of scrimmage by Arizona State Sun Devils defensive linemen Roe Wilkins (95) and Jermayne Lole (90) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes defensive backs Jaylon Johnson, right, and Tareke Lewis warm up before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Colter Peterson Colter Peterson Utah Utes quarterback Jason Shelley (15) hurdles Arizona State Sun Devils linebacker Darien Butler (37) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes defensive back Javelin Guidry (28) enters the field for warmups before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. A Utah Utes fan cheers as the team huddles up during warmups before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Grid View The Utah Utes celebrate during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes defensive end Bradlee Anae (6) celebrates with the rest of the defensive line after stopping Arizona on third down during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes defensive back Terrell Burgess (26) warms up before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes defensive back Terrell Burgess (26) warms up before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Arizona State Sun Devils quarterback Jayden Daniels (5) lands on a wild snap during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) runs in the second Utah touchdown of the game against Arizona State Sun Devils linebacker Merlin Robertson (8) while quarterback Tyler Huntley (1) signals first down during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. The Utah Utes celebrate during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes tight end Cole Fotheringham (89) is flipped through the air by Arizona State Sun Devils defensive back Chase Lucas (24) during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Colter Peterson Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) runs in the second Utah touchdown of the game against Arizona State Sun Devils linebacker Merlin Robertson (8) while quarterback Tyler Huntley (1) signals first down during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes wide receiver Jaylen Dixon (25) dives for the first Utah touchdown during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes quarterback Jason Shelley (15) hurdles Arizona State Sun Devils linebacker Darien Butler (37) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes defensive back Julian Blackmon (23) warms up before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes wide receiver Derrick Vickers (8) is hit by Arizona State Sun Devils linebacker Tyler Whiley (23) on a running play during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes defensive backs Jaylon Johnson, right, and Tareke Lewis warm up before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson A Utah Utes fan cheers as the team huddles up during warmups before the start of an NCAA football game between the Utah Utes and Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Arizona State Sun Devils quarterback Jayden Daniels (5) lands on a wild snap during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Utah Utes linebacker Devin Lloyd (20) leads the Utes onto the field before the start of an NCAA football game against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Colter Peterson Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) runs past Arizona State Sun Devils defensive back Kobe Williams (5) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Arizona State Sun Devils defensive back Chase Lucas (24) tries to reel in a tipped ball that was batted away by Utah Utes wide receiver Donte Banton (13) during the second half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. The Sun Devils only managed 21 yards in the first quarter. The second quarter was the same — 21 yards — giving them 42 at halftime. The only reason they were within shouting distance of Utah were two turnovers by the Utes, which kept it a two-touchdown game.In the third quarter, the Sun Devils finally got some rushing yards but again couldn’t find the end zone after a couple of Ute gifts — a fumble at their own 18-yard line and an interception returned to the Ute 28. In the first case, the Utes held ASU to a field goal and in the second, they pushed the Sun Devils back enough to force a punt.The Ute front four of Anae, Leki Fotu, John Penisini and Mika Tafua had Daniels running for his life all night. ASU running back Eno Benjamin did end up with 104 yards rushing, but 32 came on one run late in the game and the rest were hard-earned.The Utes came into the game as one of the top-ranked defenses in several categories and will only move up after Saturday’s stellar performance.“Hey, it’s on to next week,” Scalley said. “I’m proud of them. It’s all about the player — they were prepared. They owned it. They worked their tails off. They took pride in what they’re doing.” Utah Utes quarterback Tyler Huntley (1) throws the ball during the first half of an NCAA football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019.last_img read more