Utah corner Ryan Lacy, who sat out the Washington State game with an injury, is expected to play Saturday against Washington.
Lacy practiced and "should be good to go," Utah coach Kyle Whittingham said following Tuesday's practice.
Lacy leads Utah with two interceptions and has 12 tackles this year.
Encouraging to the Utes was the way the defense was able to handle Washington State without him.
Lewis Walker got his first start and had four tackles and a pass breakup.
Moe Lee, who is listed as a co-starter with Lacy and Reggie Topps, had six tackles and two pass breakups against WSU.
- Lya Wodraska
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