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A football-centric episode of “Our Stories: Utah Football - Journey of a Season, Edefuan Ulofoshio & Elijah Hicks,” presented by Carvana, premieres this Saturday, Dec. 11 at 4 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Network

Dec 9, 2021
 
The episode tells the story of Utah’s unprecedented season this year and how California’s Elijah Hicks and Washington’s Edefuan Ulofoshio are creating a positive impact in their communities
 
SAN FRANCISCO - This Saturday, Dec. 11, Pac-12 Networks is sharing three impactful stories from on and off the football field with “Our Stories: Utah Football - Journey of a Season, Edefuan Ulofoshio & Elijah Hicks,” presented by Carvana, premiering at 4 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. MT, and airing again at 8 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. MT following the conclusion of the California men’s basketball game, on Pac-12 Network.
 
Pac-12 Networks takes fans behind the scenes of the 2021 Utah football program that bonded together following tragic losses of two teammates to reach new heights and capture the Utes’ first Pac-12 title in program history. In this episode, family and friends share the influence that both Ty Jordan and Aaron Lowe had on the program, and how the No. 22 continues to make a positive impact on and off the field.
 
“I’m so grateful to them because without knowing it, they [Jordan and Lowe] had this incredible ability to bring a lot of people together,” said Utah football creative director Maddie Hansen. “Their lives meant more than just who they were on the football field. I think the No. 22 to me most of all represents bringing people together and celebrating people that we love.”
 
California safety Elijah Hicks opens up about growing up in a household which prioritized supporting the community and how he learned the importance of giving back. The founder of ‘Intercept Poverty,’ a non-profit organization whose projects include providing emergency relief funds to deserving students at UC Berkeley impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Hicks discusses how he developed the program, as well as his plans to take ‘Intercept Poverty’ nationwide.
 
Washington linebacker Edefuan Ulofoshio tells his story about growing up in Alaska, and how moving to Las Vegas shaped his football career which led to being a walk-on at Washington. The NFL draft prospect reminisces about forcing a fumble against Oregon State in 2018 in his first collegiate play, and what it felt like to have all his hard work culminate in earning a scholarship with the Huskies. Ulofoshio was able to visit his family's home country of Nigeria this past summer, and he shares how he plans on using his degree to help improve public health in low-income communities.
 
HOW TO WATCH (all broadcasts also available in HD via the Pac-12 now app)
 
  • Saturday, December 11
    • Our Stories: Utah Football - Journey of a Season, Edefuan Ulofoshio & Elijah Hicks, presented by Carvana
      • 4 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. MT and 8 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Network and the Pac-12 Now app
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