Don Ryan, AP
Oregon is known for its lightning-strike scores. It took awhile, but once it realized its image, it didn’t disappointment.
Utah trailed by just three as late as midway through the third quarter, but then the sixth-ranked Ducks took over as expected, winning 44-21 on Saturday.
Rhett Wilkinson is a project manager for UtahPolicy.com and Utah State University athletics correspondent for the Standard-Examiner. He co-founded Aggie BluePrint, USU's first student magazine. firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @UtahAffairsMan
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