The 2004 Utah Utes football team represented the University of Utah in the college football season of 2004–2005. This team was the original 'BCS Buster', meaning, this was the first time that a team from a non-BCS conference was invited to play in one of the BCS bowl games. The team, coached by 2nd year head football coach Urban Meyer, played its home games in Rice–Eccles Stadium. Utah was one of three teams in the top-level Division I FBS to finish the season undefeated (the others being the USC Trojans and the Auburn Tigers, the former of which are now conference rivals of Utah in the Pac-12 Conference).

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