Ty Jordan Breaks Out Long TD Run To Put Game Away Against Colorado
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Utah true freshman Ty Jordan put the game away for the Utes with a 66-yard touchdown run against Colorado.
The long score was set up with Utah’s defense forcing the Buffaloes to turn the ball over on downs. On the first play on offense for Utah, Jordan busted out the 66-yard TD.
It’s his second touchdown of the day and third on the season. Jordan finished with 147 yards and two touchdowns after that score.
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It was a tale of two halves for the Utes as they trailed 14-10 at the half. Colorado came out in the second half and scored a 61-yard TD on their first play. Utah answered with a three-play scoring drive where Jordan started it with a 35-yard run before Bentley threw a 7-yard pass to Solomon Enis. Then Jordan ran in an 18-yard TD to trim Colorado’s deficit to 21-17.
The Utes scored 24 unanswered after that point to take a 38-21 lead with Jadon Redding scored a field goal after Jordan’s second TD run.
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