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Utah football: Utes’ bowl hopes die after loss to Arizona

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The Utes never recovered.

Their last gasp ended when Utah took over on its 7-yard line with 5:59 remaining. The Utes earned one first down but couldn’t convert a fourth-and-4 as receiver Kenneth Scott was stopped a yard short.

At a glance

Arizona 34, Utah 24

IN SHORT » The loss marks the first time since 2002 that the Utes won’t go to a bowl.

KEY STAT » Ka’Deem Carey rushed 26 times for 204 yards against the Utes.

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Just like everything else Saturday, the effort was there, but it just wasn’t good enough.

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