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Morgan Vance is a Sports Anchor/Reporter and returns to the bumbl’n Beehive State where he went to school at UVU. Stops in Joplin, Mo and the Tri-Cities, WA followed before the opportunity arose to jump back into the middle of the Cougars-Ute’s ruckus.

In Orem, he got his start calling TV play-by-play for the Wolverines as they made the historic leap from Junior College affiliation to Division I. Ronnie Price finished 3rd in the country in scoring as a senior , and Morgan co-produced and narrated an award winning documentary about the future NBA player, titled, “Priceless.”

His favorite things do go like this… Spending time with his wife and 3 little girls, a day on the golf course (no matter how high his handicap may be), watching the show “24”, and anything 80’s. Morgan welcomes any and all story ideas. You can reach him at morgan.vance@fox13now.com and on Twitter at movance13.


Recent Articles
  • Bruno Carneiro talks racing, and taking his career to Japan

    Bruno Carneiro has taken his racing career to Japan, and spoke with Morgan Vance about it:

  • Utah’s Pac-12 woes continue

    A month ago, Utah was 4-0 and fresh off a bye week. But a home loss to Stanford would then spark a miserable stretch through the Pac-12 that has now resulted in four straight losses, the latest of which came Saturday in Eugene. Oregon held the Utes to just three yards on the ground, and out of the end zone in the first half, and outshined Utah offensively to secure a 41-20 home win. Darren Carrington was effective in his […]

  • BYU ends skid with 41-20 win over San Jose State

    PROVO, Utah — It was August the last time that BYU football could claim victory, but after a grueling stretch through September and October that saw the Cougars drop seven consecutive games, they are finally back in the win column. And what better medicine than a San Jose State squad that came into Saturday’s game in Provo with an identical 1-7 record? Tanner Mangum got the Cougars off to a quick start, with BYU jumping out to a lead for […]

  • Real Salt Lake signs head coach Mike Petke to long-term contract extension

    SANDY, Utah — Despite failing to make the playoffs this season, to RSL club ownership, it’s what have you done for me lately. And lately, the Claret and Cobalt have been one of the best teams in Major League Soccer. Since July 4th, they have gone 8-3-4, giving RSL owner Dell Loy Hansen more than enough incentive to sign Petke to a 3-year extension Thursday. Just a few games into the season, Hansen let go of former RSL head coach […]

  • BYU falls to ECU 33-17 in seventh straight loss of season

    The disaster continues. Back in August, no Cougar fan could have possibly fathomed what nightmare Kalani Sitake’s second season in Provo has turned into. A season that started slow for BYU, and has only gotten slower and more disheartening with time. A season that continues to set records in the wrong direction. After getting pounded by nationally ranked programs such as LSU, Wisconsin and rival Utah to begin the campaign, BYU was finally supposed to have faced their equal on […]

  • BYU’s skid their worst since 1968

    Following last week’s loss to Boise State, BYU matched the program’s first five game losing streak since 1970. Turns out, they’ve met another mark in the wrong direction. After getting crushed at Mississippi State on Saturday, the Cougars have now dropped six consecutive games for the first time since 1968. First, the positive for the Cougars: they won the turnover battle, including a couple of interceptions by Dayan Ghanwoloku. But the negative continues to be hummed by the same old […]

  • Utah’s last second 2-point attempt hands USC the win

    Last season in week two, BYU head coach Kalani Sitake decided to go for two instead of take the game into overtime at Rice-Eccles Stadium against rival Utah. The conversion was stopped by Utah’s defense, allowing the Utes to survive with a nail-biting victory. But fast forward over a year later, and the same gamble backfired against the Utes as they were looking for a key conference win against 13th-ranked USC. A Troy Williams keeper fell short of the goal […]

  • Utah falls to Stanford in first loss of season

    SALT LAKE CITY — 20th-ranked Utah entered the first five weeks of the season exactly where they wanted: undefeated (4-0), and with a chance to remain that way heading into next week’s anticipated showdown against fellow Pac-12 South power USC. But then again, the Utes were quickly reminded why Stanford was favored by three and a half points Saturday night at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The Cardinal (4-2) and their Heisman-seeking tail back, Bryce Love, held off the Utes 23-20. Love piled […]

  • Rudy Gobert visits students in North Salt Lake

    NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah — The Utah Jazz have media day on Monday of next week, but Rudy Gobert was out and about in the community Wednesday afternoon. Gobert paid a visit to Foxboro Elementary in North Salt Lake to see their language immersion program for himself. Gobert is from France and communicated with the K-6 students in French. He also answered some hard-hitting questions in English as well. Morgan Vance was there and spoke with the new face of […]

  • Utah holds off BYU to win rivalry game 19-13

    PROVO, Utah — The Holy War continues to remain a lopsided affair in favor of the Utes, but just as it has so many times since the turn of the century, the BYU-Utah rivalry came down to the final drive. Despite a third straight lackluster showing by Tanner Mangum to start the season, the junior quarterback still had a shot to guide the Cougars to an improbable comeback at LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday night, only to watch his receivers […]

  • Glad anchors RSL defense

    SALT LAKE CITY — With six games left in the regular season, Real Salt Lake hopes to finish strong. They visit Vancouver on Saturday. RSL’s defense has been lights out since the beginning of July. They’ve given up only four goals over their last five games. Justen Glad missed the first half of the season, but has returned to make sure RSL, unlike a year ago, gets themselves into the playoffs.

  • Utes open season with 37-16 win over North Dakota

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah sophomore quarterback Tyler Huntley threw for 227 yards and one touchdown, and ran for 70 more yards and two more scores to lead the Utes to a 37-16 win over North Dakota in the season opener Thursday night. Huntley and Utah’s new offense got off to a slow start. Huntley threw an interception on the first drive of the game that led to a North Dakota field goal. Utah’s offense got it going in the […]