SALT LAKE CITY, UT – NOVEMBER 11: General view of a Utah Utes football helmet during the Utes game at Rice-Eccles Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Gene Sweeney Jr/Getty Images)For Utah, Saturday’s loss to Arizona State did more than put their PAC-12 title hopes in jeopardy. In losing the game, the Utes also lost starting QB Tyler Huntley to a season-ending injury.According to a report by ESPN, Huntley sustained a broken collarbone in the third quarter against Arizona State. The injury will effectively end his season. At the time, Huntley had to be carted off the field.Huntley was replaced by QB Jason Shelley, but the team couldn’t muster much offense with him.Utah were held to just three points the rest of the game after Huntley went down. The Sun Devils, meanwhile, ran away with the game, scoring 17 points in the fourth quarter for a 38-20 win.Tyler Huntley carted off the field, looking very upset. Hate to see injuries in this rough game.— Jordan Simone (@JordanSimone38) November 3, 2018The loss sent the Utes to 6-3 on the season but 4-3 in conference games. They hold wins over USC and Arizona, the two closest teams in the PAC-12 South standings.Utah’s remaining games are against Oregon, Colorado, and BYU.If the Utes can win just two of those games, it might be enough to send them to the PAC-12 championship game.
Take 6 — the most award-winning vocal group in history — will perform Friday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre.Brock University’s Centre for the Arts will be busy this week with three shows at the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre.It starts Thursday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. where De Temps Antan will perform time-honoured melodies from the stomping grounds of Quebec’s musical past.Through a variety of instruments, including blazing fiddle, brash accordion, exquisite guitar and pristine vocals, the ensemble marries virtuosic playing with the unmistakable joie de vivre found only in traditional music from La Belle Province.De Temps Antan began life as a small Québécois roots band within a much bigger one.Éric Beaudry, André Brunet and Pierre-Luc Dupuis first got together as a trio while playing and touring as members of the Quebec supergroup, La Bottine Souriante.Take 6 — the most award-winning vocal group in history — will perform Friday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m.With 10 Grammy Awards, 10 Dove Awards, a Soul Train Award and many more accolades, Take 6 is the quintessential a cappella group and model for vocal genius.Six virtuosic voices united in crystal clear harmony, against a backdrop of syncopated rhythms, innovative arrangements, and funky grooves that bubble into an intoxicating brew of gospel, jazz, R&B and pop.With praise from such luminaries as Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson, Ella Fitzgerald and Whitney Houston, the multi-platinum selling sextet has toured across the globe, collaborated across genres, and is recognized as the pre-eminent a cappella group in the world.Award-winning jazz vocalist, pianist and songwriter Laila Biali will perform Saturday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m.Biali, who combines pop, rock and soul, all infused with a bit of jazz, has toured with Suzanne Vega, Chris Botti and Paula Cole and recorded with and supported Sting.Biali’s music has been presented at prestigious venues spanning four continents including the North Sea Jazz Festival, Tokyo’s Cotton Club, Peru’s El Festival Internacional de Lima, and Carnegie Hall in New York City.George Koller will join Biali on bass and Davide DiRenzo on drums.Discounted tickets are available for college, university and high school students.To purchase tickets, contact the box office at 905-688-5550 x3257, long distance toll free 1-866-617-3257 or visit online.The Sean O’Sullivan Theatre lobby and box office is open Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.