After marching down the field on a 14-play, 71-yard drive that milked over seven minutes off the clock and resulted in a field goal to cut the lead to 14-6, the Utes kicked the ball off to the Pitt Panthers. Pitt promptly moved the ball nowhere as quarterback Tino Sunseri was sacked twice on consecutive plays to put Pitt in 4th and 24 on their own six-yard line.
When Pitt dropped back to punt, punter Matt Yoklic shanked it out of bounds for only 27 yards, setting Utah up at the Pitt 33-yard line. On the very next play, Utah answered with a touchdown. Quarterback Jon Hayes hit Luke Matthews for 33 yards and a touchdown to put the Utes down by only one point now, 14-13.
Pitt has squandered a quick 14-3 lead in the first half after scoring 14 on special teams.
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