One of the hottest gifts this holiday season is the iPad Mini and the Campus Store is the only place in the valley where they are still in stock. Purchases made through the Campus Store are eligible for education pricing. Stop by and pick up yours today before they’re gone. The iPad mini pricing starts at $329 and comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. If you have AT&T or Verizon, you have the option to add your iPad Mini to your Network or you can purchase a WiFi only iPad.
The iPad measures 7.87 inches in height and 5.3 inches in width and weights just 0.68 pounds, making it perfect for on the go travel. The iPad mini features a FaceTime HD camera and a 10 hour battery life. For more information on all of our iPads check out UTech at
The weather will start cooling down before you know it and the Campus/Red Zone Stores have you covered, literally, with all of our sweatshirts and jackets.
Check out our website (www.uredzone.com) or stop by any Red Zone Store to see everything we have to offer.
A Little Sneak Peek...
The black-out game is October 27th vs. Cal, make sure to mark it on your calendar, and we are SO excited about this year’s official black-out merchandise. All we have right now are pictures, but as soon as we have more details we will let you know.
See them on our blog.
Layton Tent Sale
If you’re a Ute fan in the Layton area who loves a good bargain, you are definitely going to want to check out our Tent Sale this weekend. Select Champion Hoodies/Sweatshirts will be on sale for up to 50% off and with fall right around the corner, these sweatshirts will be the perfect addition to your Utah collection.
This is also your last chance to pick up the exclusive Summer Color Splash line. All merchandise is now marked down to $9.88. Sizes and sales may vary. Available while supplies last.
The sale will take place Friday, September 7 from 10 AM – 8 PM and then on Saturday from 10 AM – 9 PM. This event is a Layton Store exclusive.
The Layton Red Zone is located at 447 W. 1425 N. Layton, UT 84041
Utah vs. Northern Colorado
Who am I sir? A Utah man am I! Congratulations to the Utah football team who won their first game Thursday night beating the Northern Colorado Bears 41-0! This has been the first shut out game by the Utah defense since they beat Wyoming 50-0 back in 2007.
This game also marked the return of quarterback Jordan Wynn who completed 19 of 27 passes for 200 yards and threw for 2 touchdowns. John White had a good game averaging 5 yards per his 24 carries and scoring one touchdown. Tight-End Jake Murphy recorded the most receiving yards last night with 6 receptions for 78 yards and 2 touchdowns. Defensive tackle Joe Kruger also scored a touchdown after intercepting the ball in the fourth quarter. Freshman quarterback Travis Wilson had an impressive debut with two rushing touchdowns. Way to go Utes!
The Utes will take the field again next Friday against the Utah State Aggies up in Logan. ‘The Battle of the Brothers’ is the 12th most played rivalry in the nation and Utah currently leads the series 77-28-4. The last time these two teams met was 2009 when the Utes won by 18 points.
Drum & Feather Logo to Change?
On December 30, 2011, KSL published an article entitled ‘The University of Utah says goodbye to the drum and feather.’ While we now know the publication of this article was a little premature as the drum and feather logo as well as the team name ‘Utes’ is still in use, is there a chance the logo and name we are all so familiar with could go away?
The drum and feather logo was originally introduced in 1976. The school has permission from the Ute Tribal council to use both the symbol and the nickname ‘Utes.’ Originally, the school’s mascot was an American Indian but that was dropped when the school discontinued the use of the redskins nickname. For a short time, a cartoon Native American boy named Hoyo was used as the mascot, but he was also dropped. During the 1980′s a ‘Crimson Warrior’ would ride onto the field before home football games and plant a lance into a bale of hay, however, this image was never considered an official mascot. Finally, in 1996, the University introduced ‘Swoop’ the red-tailed hawk who has now become a staple at almost every Utah Athletics event.
We want to know what Ute fans think about this. How do you feel about the Drum and Feather logo?
Check out our blog to voice your opinion.