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The Utes’ defense was solid — until Arizona State made it look slap-silly, putting up 31 first-half points and, on the whole, outgaining Utah by 48 rushing yards and 255 passing yards.
It’s still the strength of Utah’s team, which, at this point, speaks for itself.
7. Head-to-head competition • The difference between these two teams where it matters most — on the scoreboard — is a field goal that clanked off an upright.
Essentially, BYU and Utah are twins, and neither likes what he sees when he looks in the mirror.
GORDON MONSON hosts "The Big Show" weekdays from 3-7 p.m. on 1280 AM and 97.5 FM The Zone. Twitter: @GordonMonson.
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