Alema Harrington, Frank Dolce, Riley Jensen, and David James discuss this week's college football game in the Great American Football Panel (Photo: KUTV)(KUTV) - Each week the Great American Football Panel invades the KUTV Talkin Sports set to impart their Football knowledge, and these guys know their stuff…cause they’ve been there! Former BYU Running back Alema Harrington, Former Ute Quarterback Frank Dolce and former Aggie QB Riley Jensen break down this weeks local games! Among the topics?
(KUTV) Utah coach Kyle Whittingham has safely tucked away his 7th straight win over BYU, now it's time to focus on improving his own team. Adam Mikulich was at Coach Whitt's weekly briefing where the Coach broke down a list of items that must be improved u
Alema Harrington, Frank Dolce, and Riley Jensen join David James to break down the BYU-Utah rivalry game coming up on Saturday (Photo:KUTV)Each week, our panel of experts are in to break down the games and make their picks for our division 1 college Football teams. Former Utah QB and current Ute Broadcaster Frank Dolce, former BYU Running Back Alema Harrington, and former Utah St QB Riley Jensen with a special rivalry edition of the panel! Utah vs BYU.
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