Utah vs. BYU Basketball Tickets
Posted on November 20th, 2014
The MUSS is selling tickets to the Utah vs. BYU basketball game on Weds, Dec. 10th in Provo. The game starts at 7 p.m. in the Marriott Center. Tickets are $15 each and MUSS members can purchase up to two (2) tickets.
Tickets go on sale Monday, November 24th at noon: www.ulink.utah.edu/muss
Posted on November 20th, 2014
Basketball season has begun! All U of U students can attend basketball games for free; just enter the Huntsman Center with your student ID card. You can also bring up to four non-student guests for free to each game. You will pick-up those tickets when you enter the arena.
Head to Portal 6 and pick-up your official MUSS Basketball jersey, while supplies last. Jerseys will be distributed until 5 minutes before tip-off. Jerseys are only for University of Utah students and each student can only receive one.
Utah Basketball Double Header
Posted on November 6th, 2013
Basketball season officially starts this Friday, Nov. 8 in the Huntsman Center. The men play Evergreen State at 6 p.m. and the women play Denver at 8:30 p.m. All students get in free with student ID card and you can bring up to four friends for free!
Pick-up a free MUSS shirt at Portal 8 (while supplies last; limit one per student) and make sure your student ID card is scanned as you enter the stadium so we can track your attendance. Students with the highest attendance will win a free trip to Las Vegas for the Pac-12 basketball tournament in March.
Basketball MUSS Survey
Posted on March 29th, 2013
Please take our Basketball MUSS Survey and you will be entered to win a B-Ball MUSS Prize Pack! Survey will close Monday, April 15.
Click here to complete the survey.
A Look Back at Vegas and the Pac-12 Tournament
Posted on March 18th, 2013
One week ago, 50 MUSS members boarded a bus headed for Las Vegas to watch the Runnin’ Utes play in their second Pac-12 basketball tournament. After having watched the Utes win their last two regular season games, we went down with the expectation to play at least one competitive game and possibly come away with a win. We were given so much more.
After news broke of two USC players getting suspended, we all had high hopes that we would witness the Utes move past the first round. The seventh seeded Trojans were favored, but not by much. And with the way the team had been playing in their past few games, we knew we could make some waves. When the first game tipped, the MUSS and many other Utah fans were in full force. The Utes and Trojans played a tight game, with the Utes pulling out a narrow 3 point victory. The high intensity the MUSS brought to the game not only helped boost Utah to win, but it also broke the bleachers in the MGM Grand Arena. We left the game feeling good, knowing our trip was extended for another day.
The next day, we all anxiously awaited the game against the 2nd seeded Cal Bears. This was a team that had beaten the Utes twice during the regular season and was expected to do it again a third time. Utah had other plans. The Utes played tough, the MUSS was loud, and the game rolled on. With under twenty seconds left, we watched as the Utes, trailing by three, rallied. We held our breath as Jarred Dubois dribbled down the court and pulled up and shot the ball. After what seemed like an eternity, the ball sank through the net, the MUSS went wild, and the play was later featured in the SportsCenter Top 10. At that point, no one had any doubts that the Utes would pull off the upset. Utah went on to score 20 points in the five minutes of overtime, securing a 10 point win over Cal and advancing the Utes to the Pac-12 semi-finals.
As we gathered in the MUSS for the third time that week, we all had strong belief that the run would continue. We had watched the Utes beat Oregon less than a week before, and we hoped to see it happen again. Unfortunately, the clock struck midnight on Utah’s Cinderella run in the Pac-12, and the Ducks won 64-45.
While it would be easy to dwell on the loss, those of us that took the trip down came away with a very positive feeling. While we had all hoped for a win, none of us ever thought the Utes would actually make it to the semi-finals. And the magic we saw at the Cal game stood out far more than the stinging loss to Oregon. The tournament showed us the potential for the future of the Runnin’ Utes. The future is bright. This program is on the rise, and the MUSS will be there every step of the way. Do you dare to meet us?