The Old Oquirrh Bucket

The Old Oquirrh Bucket, named after the Oquirrh Mountains to the west of Salt Lake City, is the symbol of in-state basketball supremacy in Utah. Each year the trophy is awarded to the in-state college team (Utah, BYU, Southern Utah, Utah State and Weber State) that has the best win-loss record against in-state competition. In 2007, BYU posted a 5-0 record against in-state schools and brought home the bucket for the first time since 2001.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following are the winners since the trophy was born in the 1974-75 season.

1974-75

Utah State

1983-84

Utah State

1993-94

BYU

2002-03

Utah

1975-76

Utah State

1984-85

Utah State

1994-95

Utah

2003-04

Utah

1976-77 

Weber State

1985-86

Weber State

1995-96

Utah

2004-05

Utah State

1977-78

Utah

1986-87

BYU

1996-97

Utah

2005-06

Utah

1978-79

BYU

1987-88

Utah

1997-98

Utah

2006-07

BYU

1979-80

BYU

1988-89

Utah

1998-99 

Utah

 

 

1980-81 

Utah

1989-90

Utah

1999-00 

Weber State

   

1981-82 

BYU

1991-92

BYU

2000-01

 BYU

   

1982-83 

Utah State

1992-93

Weber State

2001-02

Utah State

   

 

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