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Utah ranks 11th in Pac-12 in pass offense after poor performance in loss to Washington State.
Pac-12 play continues with a Saturday night battle in the Rose Bowl against No. 8 UCLA.
Utah's early 21-0 advantage fails to hold up in Pac-12 setback to Washington State at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
Clay’s accomplishment was lost in the disappointment of Utah’s 28-27 come-from-ahead loss to Washington State Saturday night.
Defense matched last season's total with three picks in 26-10 victory over Michigan. The Utes hope to have more interceptions as the weeks roll along.
Pass-happy Cougars put a scare into No. 2 Oregon last week in Pullman. Now comes the encore.
Eric Rowe and Dominique Hatfield are making a successful adjustment as Utah prepares to host Washington State.
After non-conference wins over Idaho State, Fresno State and Michigan, Utah takes its best start since 2010 into Saturday's league opener against Washington State.
Washington State is averaging nearly 500 yards in the air per game, and the Utes know they'll have to be at their best to beat the Cougars.
Utah's special teams group is among national, Pac-12 leads in several categories after three games.