By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The No. 17 Utah Utes face the No. 11 Washington Huskies on Friday night for the Pac-12 Conference Championship. The game will kick off at 8 pm on FOX at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Both teams come into the game with a 9-3 mark. The Utes are 4-2 on the road this season.
The Huskies have a 3-3 mark.
According to Covers.com Consensus Analysis, the Huskies have a 65% chance to win this game, according to their public poll. However, according to their expert poll, Washington has a 62% chance to win this game.
Washington has won the past three games in this season, including the first meeting in 2018. The Huskies won 21-7 over the Utes on September 15th.
Utah has not won in this series since November 7th, 2015. The Utes won 34-23.
Washington is 5-1 all-time in the series.
The Utes bring a three-game win streak into the game. They defeated the Oregon Ducks, the Colorado Buffaloes, and the BYU Cougars in those three wins.
Utah has not lost since November 3rd when they were defeated by the Arizona State Sun Devils, as they won 38-20.
The Huskies also bring a three-game win streak into this contest. They were able to defeat the Stanford Cardinal, Oregon State Beavers, and the Washington State Cougars in these three games.
Washington has not been defeated since October 27th. They were defeated 12-10 by the California Bears.
Utes quarterback Tyler Huntley has gone 150 of 234 for 1,788 yards. He also had 12 touchdowns and six interceptions.
Zack Moss leads the Utes backs with 179 carries for 1,092 yards and 11 touchdowns. Britain Covey leads the Utes receivers with 59 receptions for 631 yards and a touchdown.
Huskies quarterback Jake Browning went 196 of 301 for 2,692 yards. He also had 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
Myles Gaskin leads the Huskies backs with 212 carries for 1,076 yards for 10 touchdowns. Aaron Fuller leads the Huskies receivers with 49 receptions for 754 yards and four touchdowns.
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