After both Utah and Pittsburgh's offense spun their wheels for most of the third quarter and start of the fourth quarter, the Utes finally put some more points on the board to add to their lead. Mostly on the legs of running back John White IV, who rushed for 33 of the 36 yards on the drive, Utah got in position to kick a field goal to add three points to their lead, which now sits at 19-14.
Pittsburgh has got to find something to do on offense, as benching Tino Sunseri for freshman Trey Anderson didn't help their offense at all. Both quarterbacks are four of 10 passing the football with minimal yardage. Outside of two special teams touchdowns, Pitt hasn't been able to move the ball or put up any points. They'll need to score a touchdown somehow, or else Utah will continue to run the clock.
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