Oct. 19, 2013
Utah falls to 1-1 in road games this season (4-3 overall, 1-3 Pac-12).
Utah, which came into the game allowing opponents 133.7 rushing yards per game, surrendered a season-high 300 rushing yards to Arizona. Its previous season-high allowed was 186 yards rushing vs. UCLA.
Quarterback Travis Wilson left the game in the second quarter with a hand injury. He finished 3-for-9 with 15 yards passing (two interceptions).
Adam Schulz made his second appearance of the season at quarterback at the end of the second quarter. He threw a career-long 55-yard touchdown pass to Sean Fitzgerald in the third quarter, his first career TD pass. Schulz started the game 6-for-6 passing before his first incomplete pass. He had a career-high 142 yards (12-of-23).
Andy Phillips suffered his first missed field goal of the season at the end of the second quarter, a 42-yard attempt. The redshirt freshman started his career 11-for-11 in field goals. Phillips made a 44-yard field goal and missed a 40-yarder in the fourth quarter to go 1-for-3 on the night.
Kelvin York scored his second touchdown of the season in the third quarter on a one-yard run. He had 12 carries for 47 yards rushing in the game.
Sean Fitzgerald scored his fourth touchdown of the season on a 55-yard reception in the third quarter. He led Utah with three catches for 69 yards receiving.
Lucky Radley led Utah in rushing with five carries for 56 yards, including a career-long 37-yard rush.
Tom Hackett dropped a punt at the seven-yard line in the second quarter and at the five-yard line in the third quarter. He has five punts inside the 10-yard line this season.
Trevor Reilly and Jared Norris led Utah with a career-high 14 tackles each. Reilly had two sacks (three TFL) and recovered a fumble. Reilly has recovered six fumbles in his career, which is tied for fourth-most in school history.
Daniel Nielson blocked a PAT in the second quarter, Utah's first blocked kick of the season.
Snapper Chase Dominguez recovered a fumble on a kickoff in the third quarter that would lead to a touchdown.
Anthony Denham scored his second touchdown of the season in the first quarter on a two-yard reception.