Utah Utes Necktie Prep
| University of Utah Utes|
Show your team spirit with this Utah Utes silk necktie. They're made from the finest materials.
Officially licensed college logo neckties. These 100% silk collegiate men's ties are the perfect gift for students, alumni, dads and fans.
US SRP: 35.00
Buy 10 or more and save even more! We will adjust the price to 25.95 each when we process your order. Any quantity 10 or more. Mix and Match any 45.00 Sports NeckTie.
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The University of Utah and the Utes
University of Utah athletics teams are known as the "Utes" in honor of the American Indian tribe for which the state of Utah is named. The Utes have inhabited this area of the country for at least 1,000 years. There were originally 12 "Nuche", or "The People", bands throughout Utah and Colorado. The Utes were among the first American Indians to acquire the horse as a means of transportation, and in rock writing the Utes are depicted as horses.
After several armed conflicts with Mormon settlers in 1861, the Utes were relocated to the Uintah Basin in northeastern Utah. Today, tribal headquarters are in Fort Duchesne, Utah, and the Ute Tribe, with a membership of 3,300 and its own tribal government, remains a vibrant part of the state. The University of Utah, in cooperation with the Ute Tribal Business Committee, is proud to share in the tradition of the Ute tribe through the "Utes" nickname.
[The University's mascot, "Swoop," represents the red-tailed hawk, a bird indigenous to the state of Utah.]
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