With 3:36 left in the second quarter in Thursday night's game against Utah, N'Keal Harry scored on an unlikely, but impressive, 31-yard touchdown run to give Arizona State a 20-14 lead. Harry dropped the football on a lateral, and then broke through the entire Utah defense to get into the end zone.
In the first quarter, Harry successfully completed a reverse trick play and threw it to senior wide receiver Frederick Gammage in stride for a 46-yard gain. It was easily one of the best passes of the ASU season and Harry was the ninth Sun Devil to throw the ball this year.
The Utah defense ultimately overhwelmed ASU late en route to a 49-26 Ute win.