Dec. 7, 2010
-Junior wing Will Clyburn tallied his second consecutive double-double and his third of the season, scoring 23 points and pulling down 13 rebounds. He nearly reached double-double status in the first half, coming just one rebound shy, as he tallied 11 points and nine boards. Over his last five games, Clyburn has logged three double-doubles, and was just one rebound shy in each of the two others.
-With a career-high seven steals, Clyburn tied Andre Miller for the second-most steals ever in a game by a Ute. Miller swiped seven against Fresno State on Jan. 25, 1999.
-Clyburn also hit career highs in assists with four.
-Clyburn has now scored 20+ points in six of Utah's eight games. He has scored double digits in all games eight games.
-Sophomore center Jason Washburn scored a season-high 13 points and tied his career high with eight rebounds. He also added three blocks.
-Junior guard Chris Kupets hit three straight field goals in the second half, including a career-high two 3-pointers. He also tied his career-high assists total with three.
-Junior guard Josh Watkins tied his career-high assists total with six. He also added nine points but broke his seven-game streak of double-digit scoring.
-Junior center David Foster recorded four blocked shots. Currently in third place on the all-time blocks list at Utah with 143, Foster is chasing Mitch Smith, in second place with 157 blocks from 1985-89, and the career record of 205, held by Luke Nevill (2005-09).
-Foster has now blocked at least one shot in 36 of his last 37 games over the last two years and has blocked multiple shots in 30 of those contests.
-Utah recorded a season-high 12 steals. Its' previous season best was eight, accomplished twice this year.
-Utah had a season-high 21 points from the fast break. It's previous season-high as a team was six.
-Utah hit its second-highest assist total of the season, recording 15 helpers as a team. It was second only to the Utes' 16 vs. Grand Canyon and marks the most against a Division I opponent this year.
-For the first time this year, Utah faced a deficit at halftime and came back to win.
-Utah is now 6-2 (.750) all-time against Pepperdine.
- Now in his fourth year at the helm for Utah, head coach Jim Boylen owns a record of 62-44 for a .585 winning percentage.