The 1952 Utah Redskins football team was an American football team that represented the University of Utah as a member of the Skyline Conference during the 1952 college football season. In their third season under head coach Jack Curtice, the Redskins compiled an overall record of 6–3–1 with a mark of 5–0 against conference opponents, winning Skyline title for the second consecutive year.
|1952 Utah Redskins football|
|Record||6–3–1 (5–0 Skyline)|
|Home stadium||Ute Stadium|
|1952 Skyline Conference football standings|
|September 20||Oregon State*||L 7–14||15,000|
|September 27||vs. Idaho*||T 21–21||9,500|||
|October 4||Arizona*||L 0–27|
|October 11||BYU||W 34–6|
|October 18||at Denver||W 35–0|
|October 25||at Wyoming||W 27–21|
|November 1||2:00 p.m.||Colorado*||L 14–20||15,300|||
|November 8||at Colorado A&M||W 14–6|
|November 15||at Santa Clara*||W 16–13||5,253|||
|November 27||Utah State||W 20–0|
After the seasonEdit
|Ray Westort||Guard||13||153||Philadelphia Eagles|
|George Bean||Back||17||203||Cleveland Browns|
|Joe Curtis||End||21||244||Chicago Cardinals|
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