|2013||21||12||1st round NIT (loss to St. Mary)||23||12||1st round NCAA|
|2012||15||18||24||12||4th round NIT (semifinal)|
|2011||6||25||26||9||1st round NCAA (won play-in)|
|2010||13||18||32||5||3rd round NCAA (sweet 16)|
|2009||14||17||30||6||2nd round NCAA|
|2008||24||10||1st round NCAA (L)||25||8||1st round NCAA|
|2007||18||15||2nd round CBI||27||8||1st round NCAA|
|2006||11||19||25||9||1st round NCAA|
|2005||14||15||20||9||1st round NIT|
The Utes were dominant in the 1990s but have been completely owned by BYU since Dave Rose took the reins in 2005. Does “talent and tradition” from the 1990s translate into sweet 16? Meanwhile you posit BYU would be lucky to dance. The facts say otherwise. Since Rose took over…
- BYU owns Utah head-to-head 12-4
- Utah has played in one NCAA tournament game, BYU 10.
- Utah had 1 NIT game (a loss to WCC St. Mary), BYU 5.
- Utah did play in 2 CBI games, BYU 0 (BYU was in a better tourney every season).
BYU has advanced further in the post-season EVERY season. BYU has had a better record EVERY season. BYU has out-recruited Utah EVERY season. BYU has finished higher ranked EVERY season. How’s that for tradition and history?