BYU vs. Utah
November 24, 2018
Utah finishes its 2017 season with a 7-6 record. It is Utah’s fourth-straight winning season. The Utes also made their fifth straight bowl appearance and defeated West Virginia in the Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl with a win, Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham raises his NCAA-record bowl win percentage to 91-percent (11-1). Utah will open and close its season against in-state teams. Utah has six home games this season with visits from Pac-12 members Washington, Arizona, USC and Oregon. And host’s BYU in the regular-season finale. Rice-Eccles Stadium has been sold out for 44 consecutive games going back to the 2010 opener.
The programs are an essential part of Utah Football, serving as ‘guides to the game’ and memorable keepsakes. They provide information about Ute Players, opposing teams, photos, statistical reports, news updates, and feature articles.
The programs are printed on high-quality paper, standard magazine size and are perfect bound. They are distributed at Rice Eccles Stadium at every home game and have an approximate season exposure of 112,000.
Advertisers in the program will gain exposure to an audience of University of Utah alumni that includes professors, administration, students, and Crimson Club members. Advertisers will also reach a community of proud Ute fans, consisting of some of Salt Lake’s most influential business leaders and professionals.