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Rock On: Ute game turns out a real trip

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 19 2016 10:30 a.m. MST

Oregon State Beavers forward Jarmal Reid (32) is called for a flagrant foul after tripping the ref and ejected during Pac-12 play in Salt Lake City Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016. Utah won 59-53.

Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

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The Utes took their first lead of Sunday’s basketball game after a trip-up by Oregon State — literally.

With 2:56 remaining, the Beavers’ Jarmal Reid appeared to purposely stick out his leg, toppling referee Tommy Nunez. The result was a Flagrant 2, allowing Utah to go on to win.

What’s up with the Utes that makes people want to punch and trip?

Maybe it was the press conference, last week, where they hinted they were worried about getting punched and tripped.

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