August 10, 2006
Finding a groove
Day three of fall camp is in the books. And with it, the Utes seemed more comfortable in their preparations for the season. The relatively uneventful practice sessions saw the Utes once again separated, with the first and third teams meeting in the morning and the second and fourth teams meeting in the afternoon. Wednesday's practices will be the final practice sessions where the team is separated.
Brian Johnson and Tommy Grady worked out in the morning session with the ones and threes respectively, while Brett Ratliff and Kevin Dunn worked out in the afternoon with the twos and fours. All four quarterbacks look like they are starting to shake the rust off of a long summer and find a rhythm. However, with only three days of practice under their belts, nobody has risen above the pack to officially take the starters job as of yet.
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