September 3, 2010 by staff
Freshman Brian Blechen intercepted Utah grazed on the first play of overtime, the creation of Joe Phillips, a ball 21 yards, which gave the cliff 27-24 victory over No. 15 Pittsburgh on Thursday night.
Pittsburgh regained 14 points in the fourth quarter, forcing overtime in a ball 30 yards from Dan Hutchins “in the final regulation.
But after Utah won the toss and chose to play defense, Blechen quickly doused the hopes of a complete return of the panther, when he bolted ahead of Pitt receiver Mike Shanahan and grabbed Tina Sunseri pass on the sideline.
Jordan Wynn threw for 283 yards with three touchdowns for Utah, including two in Jereme Brooks.
Wynn third TD was a short passage in the middle that Devonte Christopher broke the landing 61 yards that put Utah up 24-13 with 7:59 left.
Panthers fought back in the 44-yard pass from Sunseri to John Baldwin, who was alone in a 10-yard line. Sunseri Baldwin returned to the 2-point conversion that pulled the Panthers to a field goal at 24-21 with 7:11 left.
Utah was unable to perform sufficient time from the clock to save the panther of a final drive that covered Hutchins linking field goal, despite the fact that the ball three times.
His first attempt was through the racks, but Utah coach Kyle Whittingham called a timeout before the snap and Hutchins was beaten again.
Whittingham did the same in rekick, which was widely and were fans and players celebrating Utah, before I learned there was a further blow in the future. At this time, Hutchins returned to the goal and tied it at 24.
Ohio State 45, Marshall 7: Terrelle Pryor threw three touchdown passes, Brandon Saine ran for 103 meters and 2 assessments, as well as second place Ohio State Buckeyes rolled Marshall mistakes in Columbus, Ohio, an adjustment for the big date at home in next Saturday in Miami.
Pryor completed 17 of 25 passes for 247 meters and the coverage of PD 6 and 11 yards and 65 yards to Dane Posey Devier Sanzenbacher 105 040 Ohio Stadium.
Miami 45, Florida, and M 0: Jacory Harris completed 12 of 15 passes for 210 meters and three touchdowns before leaving the second half and 13-place Hurricanes got their first shutout since 2006 by defeating Florida, and M to open the season in Miami.
Alabama defensive end Marcel Dareus was barred for two games for the NCAA and about 2,000 in improper benefits during his two trips to Miami. Dareus, the defensive MVP of the finals of the national championship, and ordered to pay 1787 and the charity of your choice prior to restoration of rights. One of the major Red Tide opens Saturday night against San Jose State.
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