Utah Utes vs. Arizona State Sun Devils Recap
October 17, 2015
The Utah Utes hosted the Arizona State Sun Devils. The Utes are playing every game to get into the playoff as they are having one of their best seasons ever. Arizona State has struggled of late and was looking to be the spoiler. The Utes would strike first and take a 7-0 lead, but the Sun Devils responded on the kick off and took it back a 100 yards to tie up the game. From there it would be mostly Travis Wilson and Devontae Booker who would lead the Utes. Booker would run for 118 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Wilson would throw for 297 yards. Arizona State would try to battle back and actually take a 18-14 lead but Utah took over in the 2nd half and score the next 20 points to go on to win and remain undefeated.
Oregon Ducks vs. Utah Utes Recap
September 26, 2015
The Oregon Ducks hosted the Utah Utes on Saturday night. This was a big Pac-12 game as both teams looked to solidfy themselves. The Ducks who lost already lost to Michigan State this season did not want to have another loss on their record. The Utes looked to flex it's muscles and prove they belong in the Pac-12 and show how dominate they could be. Travis Wilson lead his Utes to what would be one of the most impressive wins in school history as they would simply destroy the Ducks in Eugene. Wilson looked like a hesiman canidate as he threw for 227 yards, 4 touchdowns, and ran for a 100 yards. The Ducks could simply not stop the Utes and while the Ducks are used to putting up 60 points on their opponets, they would be the won getting 60 put on them. Oregon QB's struggled once again, and could not get the offense going. The 42 point lose for the Ducks is one of the worst in school history, especially at home.
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Utah Utes Vs. Michigan Wolverines Recap
September 3, 2015
With all the hoopla surrounding the return of legendary University of Michigan quarterback Jim Harbaugh to the Wolverine sidelines as head coach, the Utah Utes had other ideas.
The Utes used outstanding team defense, fueled by a trio of interceptions of Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock, starting his first game under center, and parlayed on of those into a pick 6.
All night each teamâ€™s defense would bend a little, but just about every time an offense would appear to be on the edge of taking momentum, a stellar defensive play would end the drive.
Ultimately it was Justin Thomasâ€™s pick 6 in the fourth quarter that sealed the deal and kicked off the Harbaugh era at Michigan with a disappointing loss.