Utah 35, SDSU 7.

4th Quarter

  • SDSU is on the board with an 18-yard TD pass from Kyle Crum to Joshua Nicholson. Utah 35, SDSU 7.

3rd Quarter

  • 7:30: Devaughn Vele has his second TD catch of the game. Rising finds him from three yards out for the score. Utah 35, SDSU 0.
  • 11:31: Tavion Thomas rushes for a 18-yard TD. Karene Reid set up that score with an interception. Utah 28, SDSU 0.

2nd Quarter

  • 0:20: Rising finds Devaughn Vele, who catches it with a defender all over him for a 15-yard TD pass. That TD was set up by an SDSU fumble on the kickoff. Utah 21, SDSU 0.

2:07: Rising throws his second TD pass of the night, this time to Solomon Enis. Micah Bernard had a few good runs on the 82-yard drive, including a 24-yard gain. Utah 14, SDSU 0.

  • 8:20: Freshman Kyle Crum is now in at QB for SDSU.
  • 8:59: Utah is on the board. Rising with a 39-yard TD pass to a wide-open Brant Kuithe. Rising completed five passes on that drive, including two 15-plus yard plays to wide receivers. Utah 7, SDSU 0.
  • 13:26: Backup QB William Haskell is in the game for SDSU.
  • 13:26: SDSU is getting to Rising. A hurry followed by a sack on third down.

1st Quarter

  • 0:00: Utah has 89 yards of total offense at the quarter, SDSU has 41. A defensive battle thus far.
  • 3:00: Cam Rising is struggling to open the game. He is 4-for-12 for 39 yards so far and Utah is scoreless.
  • 9:50: Both teams have to punt on their first drive.

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