KEARNS, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – Four people are behind bars in connection to a drive-by shooting and a deadly crash in Kearns. Police believe the shooting was in retaliation to another incident in recent weeks. The shooting and crash happened about 7:00 p.m. Tuesday near 5240 West 5400 South. Unified Police Department Lt. Brian Lohrke said people in a blue truck opened fire on people inside a home. “I’m sure the folks in the home knew it was coming,” said Lt. Lohrke.
Head coach Kyle Whittingham addressed the media on Monday for his weekly press conference. He recappedSaturday’s win over San Jose State and looked ahead to this week’s matchup against Arizona. “I thought it was a good effort by our football team on Saturday night to close out non-conference play. All three phases made major contributions to win. Defensively you’ve got a bunch of takeaways; we sacked the quarterback, played the run physically, we did everything we tried to accomplish on defense.
The Utah Utes remain unbeaten as they blew past San Jose State University for a 54-16 win Saturday night. Without farther ado here are my game balls for week 3:Tyler Huntley completed 30 of 43 passes for 341 yards and four touchdowns. He’s the first quarterback for the Utes since Brian Johnson in 2008 to have back-to-back 300 yard passing games. His 341 yards passing is almost the most by a Utah quarterback since they joined the Pac-12.
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