Utes may refer to:

  • The fictional island in ARMA 2
  • Ute tribe, indigenous people of North America
  • Students of the University of Utah
  • Utah Utes, athletics team of the University of Utah, named after the Ute tribe
  • An Australian term for a type of Pickup truck or coupe utility vehicle.
  • Underground thermal energy storage (UTES)

Other articles related to "ute, utes":

Chief Ignacio
... Chief Ignacio (1828–1913) was a chief of the Weeminuche band of the Ute tribe of American Indians, also called the Southern Utes, located in present-day Colorado north of the San Juan River ... In January 1880, Chief Ignacio was part of the Ute delegation that traveled to Washington, DC to testify before the US Congress about the 1879 Meeker ... that violence, white settlers wanted to push all the Utes away from their areas ...
Thretton Palamo - University of Utah
... Burdette, Palamo went to Utah and now plays rugby union and American football for the Utes ... his freshman year just playing rugby and, in June 2010, led the Scrummin' Utes to victory in the inaugural USA Sevens Collegiate Rugby Championship, scoring two ... play American football and some help from Burdette, a former Utes tight end, saw Palamo join the Utes American football program in early 2011, taking part in spring scrimmages as a running back ...
Brett Elliott - College - College Stats
... Passing Rushing Season Team GP Comp Att Pct Yds TD INT Att Yds TD 2002 Utah Utes 221. 58.82 2003 ... Utah Utes 59. 49.2 2004 ... Linfield College 437. 66.4 4 ...
Brett Ratliff - College Career - Utah
... In his first start, Ratliff led the Utes to a 41–34 victory over rival BYU to get the Utes to bowl eligibility ... In his second start, he led the Utes to a 38–10 upset victory over #25 Georgia Tech in the Emerald Bowl ... In 2006, Ratliff led the Utes to a 8–5 season record, including a 25–13 victory over Tulsa in the Armed Forces Bowl ...
Fort Garland
... in 1866 and he successfully negotiated a treaty with the Utes in 1867 ... were called to the La Plata region to prevent conflict between the Utes and white prospectors ... The following year, they helped remove white settlers from Ute reservation lands ...