After pulling off a stunning upset against Stanford last week, Utah looks to keep building on that momentum in Pac-12 play at Arizona on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Arizona is looking to win their first conference game after two tough losses to Washington and USC.
Here's a look at the matchups and what's at stake as the Utes face the Wildcats
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Utah (4-2, 1-2) at Arizona (3-2, 0-2)
Saturday, 8 p.m. MDT
Arizona Stadium (56,037)
FieldTurf Cool Play, Tucson, Ariz.
TV: Pac-12 Networks
Radio: 700 AM
Weather: Clear with temperatures in the high 60s.
For Utah ... The Utes need a victory to maintain any hope of climbing back into the Pac-12 South title chase. They’re still two wins away from achieving bowl eligibility.
For Arizona ... The Wildcats are also in need of a win to keep any division title dreams alive. They embark on a two-game road trip (Colorado, Cal) next week.
For Utah ... Besides the momentum gained by knocking off No. 5 Stanford last week, the Utes have also prevailed in their last two trips to Tucson.
For Arizona ... The Wildcats defeated Utah 34-24 last season in Salt Lake City. They scored the last 17 points in the game to pull away for the win.
Utah will win if ... The Utes lead at halftime. They’ve won 49 consecutive games when leading at the break — the second-longest active streak in the nation.
Arizona will win if ... The Wildcats are able to force turnovers, namely interceptions. The Utes were picked off nine times in losses to Oregon State and UCLA.
Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona: Last season’s national rushing leader ran for 204 yards against Utah in 2012. How will he fare this time around?
Travis Wilson vs. Arizona’s pass defense: The Utah quarterback squares off against a squad that ranks fourth in the Pac-12 and 19th nationally in pass efficiency.
Utah: Tight end Westlee Tonga (leg) is not expected to play and linebacker Jacoby Hale (undisclosed) is questionable.
Arizona: Safety Jared Tevis (knee) will not play. Cornerback Derrick Rainey (back) is questionable.