SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Troy Taylor would like 90-95 percent of his offense installed by the end of spring practices, though Utah's new offensive coordinator knows there's ebbs and flows to the process.
The Utes returned to the field Tuesday following spring break, and the offense wasn't as sharp as Taylor hoped during its first day in pads.
"You want to progress as spring progresses," Taylor said. "We had two pretty good days, took a little step back today. I thought we played a little slower with the pads and it affected us a little bit.