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The Utah Utes football program is a college football team that represents the University of Utah. The Utes have completed 124 seasons and played in 21 certified bowl games. In 1910, Utah joined the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC), the program's first conference affiliation. The Utes won eight conference championships, including six consecutive titles from 1928 to 1933. In 1938 the Utah, along with six other RMAC schools left the conference to form the Mountain States Conference, more commonly known as the Big Seven. After the Colorado Buffaloes withdrew from the Big Seven, the conference was known as the Skyline Conference. The Utes won ten conference championships while in the conference. In 1962, Utah became a charter member of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). When the charter members of the WAC left at the end of the 1998 season, Utah became a charter member of the Mountain West Conference (MWC) winning four conference titles. In 2010, the Utes withdrew from the MWC and along with former conference rival Colorado, became the 11th and 12th members of the Pac-12 Conference (Pac-12) in the newly formed South Division.

SeasonsEdit

Year Coach Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP°
Independent (1892–1909)
1892 Unknown 0–1–0
1893 No team
1894 Robert Harkness 1–2–0
1895 Walter Shoup 0–1–0
1896 C. B. Ferris 3–2–0
1897 Byron Cummings 1–5–0
1898 Benjamin Wilson 2–1–0
1899 Charles Gatehouse 2–1–0
1900 Harvey Holmes 2–1–0
1901 Harvey Holmes 3–1–0
1902 Harvey Holmes 5–2–1
1903 Harvey Holmes 3–4–0
1904 Joe Maddock 7–1–0
1905 Joe Maddock 6–2–0
1906 Joe Maddock 4–1–0
1907 Joe Maddock 4–2–0
1908 Joe Maddock 3–2–1
1909 Joe Maddock 4–1–0
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (1910–1937)
1910 Fred Bennion 4–2–0 2–2–0 4th
1911 Fred Bennion 5–1–1 3–1–1 T–2nd
1912 Fred Bennion 5–1–1 4–1–0 2nd
1913 Fred Bennion 2–4–1 1–2–0 5th
1914 Nelson Norgren 3–3–0 2–3–0 5th
1915 Nelson Norgren 5–2–0 4–2–0 T–2nd
1916 Nelson Norgren 3–2–0 2–2–0 5th
1917 Nelson Norgren 2–4–0 2–3–0 6th
1918 No team
1919 Thomas M. Fitzpatrick 5–2–0 4–1–0 2nd
1920 Thomas Fitzpatrick 1–5–1 1–2–1 5th
1921 Thomas Fitzpatrick 3–2–1 2–1–1 3rd
1922 Thomas Fitzpatrick 7–1–0 5–0–0 1st
1923 Thomas Fitzpatrick 4–3–0 2–3–0 6th
1924 Thomas Fitzpatrick 3–4–1 2–2–1 7th
1925 Ike Armstrong 6–2–0 5–1–0 T–2nd
1926 Ike Armstrong 7–0–0 5–0–0 1st
1927 Ike Armstrong 3–3–1 3–1–1 T–3rd
1928 Ike Armstrong 5–0–2 4–0–1 1st
1929 Ike Armstrong 7–0–0 6–0–0 1st
1930 Ike Armstrong 8–0–0 7–0–0 1st
1931 Ike Armstrong 7–2–0 6–0–0 1st
1932 Ike Armstrong 6–1–1 6–0–0 1st
1933 Ike Armstrong 5–3–0 5–1–0 T–1st
1934 Ike Armstrong 5–3–0 4–2–0 5th
1935 Ike Armstrong 4–3–1 4–1–1 3rd
1936 Ike Armstrong 6–3–0 5–2–0 3rd
1937 Ike Armstrong 5–3–0 5–2–0 T–2nd
Skyline Conference (1938–1961)
1938 Ike Armstrong 7–1–2 4–0–2 1st W Sun Bowl
1939 Ike Armstrong 6–1–2 4–1–1 2nd
1940 Ike Armstrong 7–2–0 5–1–0 1st
1941 Ike Armstrong 6–0–2 4–0–2 1st
1942 Ike Armstrong 6–3–0 5–1–0 T–1st
1943 Ike Armstrong 0–7–0 0–2–0 2nd
1944 Ike Armstrong 5–2–1 1–2–1 3rd
1945 Ike Armstrong 4–4–0 3–2–0 3rd
1946 Ike Armstrong 8–3–0 4–2–0 3rd L Pineapple Bowl [A 1]
1947 Ike Armstrong 8–1–1 6–0–0 1st
1948 Ike Armstrong 8–1–1 5–0–0 1st
1949 Ike Armstrong 2–7–1 2–3–0 4th
1950 Jack Curtice 3–4–3 1–2–2 4th
1951 Jack Curtice 7–4–0 4–1–0 1st
1952 Jack Curtice 6–3–1 5–0–0 1st
1953 Jack Curtice 8–2–0 5–0–0 1st
1954 Jack Curtice 4–7–0 3–3–0 T–4th
1955 Jack Curtice 6–3–0 4–1–0 2nd
1956 Jack Curtice 5–5–0 5–1–0 2nd
1957 Jack Curtice 6–4–0 5–1–0 1st
1958 Ray Nagel 4–7–0 3–3–0 5th
1959 Ray Nagel 5–5–0 3–2–0 4th
1960 Ray Nagel 7–3–0 5–1–0 3rd
1961 Ray Nagel 6–4–0 3–3–0 T–3rd
Western Athletic Conference (1962–1998)
1962 Ray Nagel 4–5–1 1–2–1 6th
1963 Ray Nagel 4–6–0 2–2–0 T–3rd
1964 Ray Nagel 9–2–0 3–1–0 T–1st W Liberty Bowl 14
1965 Ray Nagel 3–7–0 1–3–0 5th
1966 Mike Giddings 5–5–0 3–2–0 T–2nd
1967 Mike Giddings 4–7–0 2–3–0 4th
1968 Bill Meek 3–7–0 2–3–0 5th
1969 Bill Meek 8–2–0 5–1–0 2nd
1970 Bill Meek 6–4–0 4–2–0 3rd
1971 Bill Meek 3–8–0 3–4–0 T–4th
1972 Bill Meek 6–5–0 5–2–0 T–2nd
1973 Bill Meek 7–5–0 4–2–0 3rd
1974 Tom Lovat 1–10–0 1–5–0 7th
1975 Tom Lovat 1–10–0 1–4–0 6th
1976 Tom Lovat 3–8–0 3–3–0 4th
1977 Wayne Howard 3–8–0 2–5–0 7th
1978 Wayne Howard 8–3–0 4–3–0 2nd
1979 Wayne Howard 6–6–0 5–2–0 2nd
1980 Wayne Howard 5–5–1 2–3–1 7th
1981 Wayne Howard 8–2–1 4–1–1 4th
1982 Chuck Stobart 5–6–0 2–4–0 7th
1983 Chuck Stobart 5–6–0 4–4–0 5th
1984 Chuck Stobart 6–5–1 4–3–1 4th
1985 Jim Fassel 8–4–0 5–3–0 3rd
1986 Jim Fassel 2–9–0 1–7–0 9th
1987 Jim Fassel 5–7–0 2–6–0 7th
1988 Jim Fassel 6–5–0 4–4–0 5th
1989 Jim Fassel 4–8–0 2–6–0 7th
1990 Ron McBride 4–7–0 2–7–0 7th
1991 Ron McBride 7–5–0 4–4–0 4th
1992 Ron McBride 6–6–0 4–4–0 T–5th L Copper Bowl
1993 Ron McBride 7–6–0 5–3–0 4th L Freedom Bowl
1994 Ron McBride 10–2–0 6–2–0 T–2nd W Freedom Bowl 8 10
1995 Ron McBride 7–4–0 6–2–0 T–1st
1996 Ron McBride 8–4 6–2 T–2nd (Mountain) L Copper Bowl
1997 Ron McBride 6–5 6–2 T–2nd (Mountain)
1998 Ron McBride 7–4 5–3 T–3rd (Pacific)
Mountain West Conference (1999–2010)
1999 Ron McBride 9–3 5–2 T–1st W Las Vegas Bowl
2000 Ron McBride 4–7 3–4 T–5th
2001 Ron McBride 8–4 4–3 T–3rd W Las Vegas Bowl
2002 Ron McBride 5–6 3–4 T–5th
2003 Urban Meyer 10–2 6–1 1st W Liberty Bowl 21 21
2004 Urban Meyer 12–0 7–0 1st W Fiesta Bowl 5 4
2005 Kyle Whittingham 7–5 4–4 T–4th W Emerald Bowl
2006 Kyle Whittingham 8–5 5–3 T–3rd W Armed Forces Bowl
2007 Kyle Whittingham 9–4 5–3 T–3rd W Poinsettia Bowl
2008 Kyle Whittingham 13–0 8–0 1st W Sugar Bowl 4 2
2009 Kyle Whittingham 10–3 6–2 3rd W Poinsettia Bowl 18 18
2010 Kyle Whittingham 10–3 7–1 2nd L Las Vegas 23
Pac-12 Conference (2011–present)
2011 Kyle Whittingham 8–5 4–5 T–2nd (South) W Won Sun Bowl
2012 Kyle Whittingham 5–7 3–6 5th (South)
2013 Kyle Whittingham 5–7 2–7 5th (South)
2014 Kyle Whittingham 9–4 5–4 5th (South) W Las Vegas Bowl 20 21
2015 Kyle Whittingham 10–3 6–3 T–1st (South) W Las Vegas Bowl 16 17
2016 Kyle Whittingham 9–4 5–4 3rd (South) W Foster Farms Bowl 21 23
2017 Kyle Whittingham 7–6 3–6 5th (South) W Heart of Dallas Bowl
2018 Kyle Whittingham 9–5 6–3 1st (South) L Holiday Bowl 19 20


Total: 677–463–31[3]
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
Indicates BCS bowl, Bowl Alliance or Bowl Coalition game. 1947 Pineapple Bowl was not sanctioned as a bowl game.

NotesEdit

  1. The NCAA did not certify the Pineapple Bowl as a bowl game; the game counts as a regular season game in official NCAA statistics.[1][2]

ReferencesEdit

Template:Pac-12 Football Team Seasons

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