2021 Schedule Preview: Utah Utes

(Photo Courtesy of Utah Athletics)

While it has taken a bit longer for teams and conference to get their schedules together for the 2021 season due to the Coronavirus outbreak and various restrictions surrounding the virus, Schedule release schedule has finally begun!

The Utah Utes are the 21st DI team to release their 2021 schedule and second independent team. Utah comes into the 2021 season after going 3-3 during the shortened 2020 season.

Utah’s Full 2021 Schedule:

2/20Air ForceUtah
3/13UtahWestminster (DII)
4/3Boston U.Utah
4/24Cleveland StateUtah
5/1UtahRobert Morris


  • 12-game schedule.
  • One three home games.
  • Two ACC and two Patriot League teams on schedule.

Games to Circle

2/6 @ Bellarmine: After playing the Knights in Utah the past two seasons, Utah will travel to Louisville for the first time in 2021. In 2019, Utah took down the Knights in a very close, 10-9, contests. Last season, Utah pulled away early and despite a comeback effort from the Knights in the second half, Utah took home the, 16-10, victory.

2/20 @ Air Force: The Utes and Falcons have faced each other in each of Utah’s first two seasons as a DI program, and they have been some pretty good contests. In 2019, Utah earned their second-ever win against Air Force, besting the Falcons, 6-5, on the road. Last season, Air Force came back from down 5-1 at the end of the first to beat Utah, 9-8.

3/6 vs Jacksonville: In one of just three home games, Utah will welcome Jacksonville to Salt Lake City. The two faced off last season in Jacksonville in the Moe’s Classic. While it was a game of runs from the get go, Utah was able to hang their hat on some big runs throughout the game that helped them secure the 15-11 victory in their first-ever meeting against the Dolphins.

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