Washington Leads Utah 3-0 At The Half
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The University of Utah couldn’t get a lot going on offense in the first 30 minutes of play, putting up just 61 yards of total offense. Washington had a 3-0 lead at halftime.
Washington was able to drive down the field and was on Utah’s 23-yard line approaching the red zone when they went for a questionable fourth down. Utah broke up the pass and took over deep in their own territory.
Utah couldn’t capitalize on the opportunity as they were forced to punt on their first drive of the game, going three-and-out.
With 14:12 left in the second quarter, Browning threw the ball to Provo High School product Ty Jones who couldn’t catch the ball and the ball deflected off of his foot with Utes defensive back Javelin Guidry intercepting the pass.
The Huskies had the ball with over three minutes left in the game, they went for it again on fourth down in the red zone and Browning scrambled for the first down. Utah’s defense held up and forced Washington to hit a 29-yard field goal to lead 3-0 with 3:08 left in the first half.
It took the Utes 14:45 to get into Washington territory. A sack from safety Taylor Rapp pushed the Utes out of field goal range and the Huskies lead the Utes 3-0 at halftime.
Utah finished the first half with just 61 yards of total offense and had 3 first downs, while Washington racked up 162 yards and 10 first downs.
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