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Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham said at Monday's press conference that the starting quarterback remains to be determined.

Coaches were still evaluating the tape Monday, he said, and he expects a new depth chart to be released Wednesday.

"It's very difficult to get through a season with just one guy, anyway," Whittingham said.

Both will likely play, he said.

But Kendal Thompson, on the heels of going 10-for-13 for 95 yards and one touchdown and 83 yards on the ground, made a strong case for himself.

Thompson relieved Travis Wilson after Utah's offense stalled against Michigan, Washington State, and on the first three series against UCLA.

Thompson was made available to the media in the spot usually occupied on Monday pressers by Wilson.

Stay tuned for a more detailed story later.

— Matthew Piper

Twitter: @matthew_piper