• In this April 4, 2015, file photo, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh answers questions during a press conference after their spring NCAA college football game in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Jim Harbaugh hype train has reached its destination in Salt Lake City. After eight months of living in the spotlight as college football’s latest rock star _ and putting Michigan in the national conversation for the first time in years _ the Wolverines new coach is ready to move past the glitz and get gritty on the football field. (AP Photo/Tony Ding) File

    Harbaugh return looms large over Michigan-Utah season opener

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — After eight months of living in the spotlight as college football’s latest rock star, Jim Harbaugh is ready to move past the hype and get gritty on the football field.

  • This Nov. 15, 2014, file photo, shows Brigham Young wide receiver Mitch Mathews, rear, catching a pass over the back of UNLV defensive back Mike Horsey (32) in the second quarter during an NCAA college football game, in Provo, Utah. BYU has visions of mismatches across the field with the 2015 passing game. That begins with a pair of 6-foot-6 receivers nicknamed the Twin Towers. With running back Jamaal Williams gone for the season, Mitch Mathews and Nick Kurtz need to live up to the hype. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

    BYU has high hopes for Twin Towers at receiver

    PROVO, Utah (AP) — The BYU offense has visions of mismatches across the field for quarterback Taysom Hill to exploit this season. That begins with a pair of 6-foot-6 receivers nicknamed the Twin Towers.