The analysis on this thread stinks so far. While Utah has the better defense they have had games this year where they gave up huge yards and points. Last game at UC, they gave up 400+ yards and 34 points. This is not the same traditional Utah defense that has dominated in years past.
I see both teams offenses playing well enough to get the over, and this could be a shoot out.
CSU defense has major holes as well as there Offensive line has trouble in pass protection. Utahs dline is a major strength and can be living in the back field all day. Utah playing in Pac 12 has seen all top tier offenses and has played well and in my opinion if they flipped schedules Utah mite be undefeated and CSU barely bowl eligible. I just hope Utah is motivated enough but Utah 27 CSU 17
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