Instant Analysis - Utah over Stanford 20-17

Utah and Stanford duked it out for four quarters with amazing special teams and stellar defense, but in the end, Utah made "one more play" than the Cardinal and get a big win for the program.

Is there an question about how good this Utah team is? This was a huge win that put's Utah's program amongst the top of the conference. Mind you not these top, but a step or two below the conference's best in ASU and Oregon. Utah is 3-0 against California Pac-12 schools, a feat that is rarely accomplished by program not named Oregon.

Utah's defense had it's classic "bend not break" mojo going tonight holding Kevin Hogan to just 104 yards passing and sacking him 4 times. They also did a solid job holding Ty Montgomery to just 41 yards receiving and 26 yards rushing while the special teams completely neutralized him in both punts and kickoffs. Kalani Sitake is making his

Your players of the game for Utah, without a doubt are Kenneth Scott on the offensive side with his strongest game of the season BY FAR. Scott was open all game long and had 72 yards receiving along with the game winning touchdown. It was also great seeing Kaelin Clay get a big TD on the first play of overtime which really set the tone for what Utah would try to do to win it in the end. The play calling was very deliberate and decisive in the OT sessions especially with the final and wide open slant to Scott for the game winner.

Nate Orchard Postgame

Travis Wilson and Kenneth Scott Postgame

Kyle Whittingham Postgame

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