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Home and away. Utah has now picked up Pac-12 victories in both places.
A week after defeating Oregon State at Rice-Eccles Stadium, the Utes added a 34-21 road win over Arizona. They’re now 5-4 overall entering next week’s home game against UCLA — topping the .500 mark for the first time since a 54-10 decision over BYU in the third game of the season.
“It was a nice win, good to get our first Pac-12 road win,” said Utah coach Kyle Whittingham. “It was nice that is was a team effort — offense, defense and special teams. We hit on all cylinders for the most part in all three phases.”
Among the bright spots were three takeaways, no turnovers and stellar performances by several individuals.
On offense, quarterback Jon Hays completed 12-of-21 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns and John White IV ran for 109 yards on 27 carries while becoming just the 11th runner in Utah history to top 1,000 yards in a season.
Linebacker Matt Martinez led the defense with eight tackles and his second interception of the season. Cornerback Conroy Black also had a pick and safety Eric Rowe had a fumble recovery.
On special teams, senior Greg best price cialis Bird blocked two punts and punter Sean Sellwood had a career-long 67-yard kick.
“We always know that special teams is a huge part in a win,” Bird said. “We’ve got certain goals that we’ve got to hit, and I think we came together today and made that happen.”
Utah Utes football: Defense contains Nick Foles, Arizona offense Utah’s defense picked off highly touted Arizona quarterback Nick Foles twice in Saturday’s 34-21 victory. The Utes also sacked him on two occasions. “He’s a great quarterback and you have to create a lot of pressure when you’re dealing with any good …
Wildcats fail to win on Homecoming The Wildcats had 11 penalties and three turnovers to four penalties and no turnovers for Utah, as the Utes defeated the Wildcats 34-21 at Arizona Stadium. “We had the same feeling we always do,” Tra’Mayne Bondurant said. “It’s football