Carter Williams
Carter Williams is a sports desk intern at DeseretNews.com. He is a 2013 graduate of Southern Utah University, where he spent time as Editor-in-Chief at SUU's student newspaper, the University Journal, and two years as the Sports Director at SUU News. Carter grew up in Rochester, N.Y. and spends most of his time Tweeting sports and researching sabermetrics.

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Former Ute football players returned to Salt Lake City for Utah's spring game Saturday, playing in an alumni game beforehand and getting a chance to catch up with one another.
The Utah State athletics department announced Thursday that six additional USU football games will be nationally televised this season. Now, nine of the Aggies’ 13 regular-season games will be aired on na...
According to Lions Insider senior writer Tim Twentyman, Detroit defensive coordinator Teryl Austin spoke to Lions season ticket holders Monday night about the future of the team, and his excitement of having Zi...
Former Aggies Danny Berger and Jordan Stone will play at BYU-Hawaii next season, while nine others in the state are looking for new homes.
Damian Lillard's latest Adidas commercial was released Tuesday morning, a day after signing an extension with the company to make him one of the highest-paid endorsers in the NBA.
C.J. Cron hit a walk-off home run in extra innings Tuesday to lead the Salt Lake Bees to a win, highlighting the week that was for baseball players with Utah ties.
ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper bumped the ex-Cougar into his draft big board Thursday as the 25th-best overall prospect.
Matt Wells has been extended as Utah State’s football head coach through the 2018 season, university officials announced Thursday.
The NCAA basketball season might have ended with Connecticut’s surprising title on Monday, but ESPN’s Joe Lunardi is reminding everyone it’s never too early to think about next year.
Phil Mickelson is one of the best golfers on the planet, but fell short on a small wager with a fan during Tuesday’s practice round at the Masters.