Now, onto Saturday's game, let's talk Utah offense and BYU defense.
First, Utah co-offensive coordinator Dennis Erickson on his quarterback, Travis Wilson. Erickson has been enthusiastic about Wilson's development from the start and Wilson's performance against Oregon State hasn't changed his opinion.
"The biggest thing is he is such a competitor and a will to win in that football game and continued to make plays with his legs, arm, whatever so I have always had great respect for him," Erickson said. "He is really taken over the leadership of this football team so I am excited about his and our future with him at quarterback."<