|03 Sep 20||Utah  ||-|| BYU|
|12 Sep 20||Utah  ||-|| Montana|
|19 Sep 20||Wyoming  ||-|| Utah|
|26 Sep 20||California  ||-|| Utah|
|02 Oct 20||Utah  ||-|| USC|
|31 Dec 19||Utah|| ||10 - 38|| ||Texas|
|06 Dec 19||Utah|| ||15 - 37|| ||Oregon|
|30 Nov 19||Utah|| ||45 - 15|| ||Colorado|
|23 Nov 19||Arizona|| ||7 - 35|| ||Utah|
|16 Nov 19||Utah|| ||49 - 3|| ||UCLA|
The Utah Utes football program is a college football team that competes in the Pac-12 Conference (Pac-12) of the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of NCAA Division I and represents the University of Utah. The Utah college football program began in 1892 and has played home games at the current site of Rice-Eccles Stadium since 1927. They have won twenty-four conference championships in five conferences during their history, and, as of the end of the 2018 season, they have a cumulative record of 677 wins, 464 losses, and 31 ties (.591).
The Utes have a record of 17–5 (.773) in bowl games. Among Utah's bowl appearances are two games from the Bowl Championship Series (BCS): the Fiesta Bowl and the Sugar Bowl. In the 2005 Fiesta Bowl, Utah defeated the Pittsburgh Panthers 35–7, and in the 2009 Sugar Bowl, they defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide 31–17. During those seasons, Utah was a member of the Mountain West Conference, whose champion does not receive an automatic invitation to a BCS bowl. The Utes were the first team from a conference without an automatic bid to play in a BCS bowl game—colloquially known as being a BCS Buster—and the first BCS Buster to play in a second BCS Bowl.