Utah's Kyle Whittingham surprised Utah fans and the Arizona defense with a trick play to jump start the Utah offense. Trailing 3-0 in the first quarter, Utah lined up for a field goal with something up their sleeves. The snap was not followed by foot-to-pigskin contact, but instead tossed through the legs of Sean Sellwood to kicker, Coleman Petersen who took it home with a 3-yard touchdown. See the impressive stunt below:
I think a few Chris Berman "whoop!"s are in order for this play. Count the number of Cougars Marion Grice blows by on this short screen pass that wound up as a 17-yard score. Oh my, that final cut at the 5-yard line! That's a good football player right there.
Colorado had just forced a quick Washington punt to start the second half, but Husky wide receiver Kevin Smith made sure Jordan Webb and Co. didn't get back out on the field. Travis Coons' punt went off Colorado's Nelson Spruce, and just as the ball was about to hop out of bounds, Smith scurried over to the sideline and kept it in play, leaping over a bench in the process. The junior's back-hand flip of the football wound up in the arms of fellow Husky Will Shamburger, and the Huskies would score a couple of plays later to take a 14-0 lead.
Another packed weekend of college football on the road to the Pac-12 Championship Game, as both the North and South Division could be decided by the time Sunday rolls around. Here’s a quick look at all of the uniforms conference teams are wearing on a big day for football out West.
Washington and Colorado went with each program's standard uniform combinations in their early matchup.
It's getting a little repetitive with all of these incredible dunk highlights from the young season. Friday's dunk of the night comes to you courtesy of Carlos Emory of Oregon. Johnathan Loyd found Emory streaking down the sideline and hit him with a long range pass. Emory then throws it in reverse for the slam. Video below: