Zack Moss Uses Stiff-Arm To Get Into End Zone, Giving Utah Life Against Washington
SEATTLE, Wash. – Utah running back Zack Moss stiff-armed his way into the end zone off of a screen pass from Tyler Huntley from 9-yards out, giving the Utes some life.
Utah was trailing 14-3 and the offense couldn’t get anything going before the drive that ended with Moss scoring his first receiving touchdown of the season.
The drive lasted 12 plays for 75 yards and took off 6:06 from the game clock and Utah was trailing 14-10 with two minutes left in the first half.
— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) November 2, 2019
👏 @PresMoss2 …
Ties school record for total touchdowns scored with his 35th!
His 2nd career receiving TD to go with school-record 33 rushing. https://t.co/pKqf2HMl7G
— Utah Athletics (@utahathletics) November 2, 2019
The touchdown for Moss tied the school record for most total career touchdowns in Utah football history.
On the offensive possession for Utah, Moss had 9 touches for 64 yards. He carried the ball seven times for 40 yards and caught the ball twice for 24 yards.
Through the first half, Huntley completed five of his seven pass attempts for 65 yards and one touchdown. Moss racked up 51 rushing yards on 12 carries, as well as 3 catches for 23 yards.
On the next possession for Washington, Utah stopped the Huskies on fourth and one and was able to get a 32-yard field goal by Jadon Redding before halftime. Utah trailed Washington 14-13 at the break.
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