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Utes not going for jugular


Center Jesse Boone said before the season that the Utah Utes were going to have to forge their own identity in the wake of their historic season last year. And perhaps, just a month into the season, they already have. "Maybe this is just what kind of team we are," Boone said. "We like close finishes." The Utes could be in for another one when they play North Carolina today. But coach Kyle Whittingham would prefer to see his team rediscover a "killer instinct". (Salt Lake Tribune)


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