Weber State football gears up for a challenging matchup against the talented Utah team. Despite being an FCS team, a win against a consistently ranked Power Five opponent like Utah would be a significant boost for the No. 9 Wildcats. The team has remained mostly healthy, with a few players’ statuses still unknown. On the other hand, Utah has dealt with injuries to key players, including their starting quarterback. The bulk of the snaps will likely go to redshirt freshman Nate Johnson, who has shown promise in previous games. Levani Damuni has been a standout player for Utah since transferring from Stanford.
Weber State Football Takes on Talented Utah
As Weber State football prepares to take on Utah, the team knows they are up against a deep and talented opponent. Despite being an FCS team, a victory against a consistently ranked Power Five opponent like Utah would provide a significant boost to the No. 9 Wildcats. With the team mostly healthy, they are ready to face their toughest test of the season. On the other hand, Utah has faced injuries, including to their starting quarterback. Redshirt freshman Nate Johnson is expected to lead Utah’s offense, showcasing his potential in previous games. Levani Damuni, a transfer from Stanford, has been a standout player for Utah with his impressive performance.