Utah football: Utes D-line ready for OSU test
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"I’m starting to pick up everything now," he said. "Every time I touch the ball I want to make a play."
He and fellow running back Kelvin York might get a lot of chances Saturday if the Utes try to keep Oregon State’s offense off the field by relying on the ground game.
"We want to use both the pass to open the run game and open the run game with the pass," he said. "We definitely want to get some yards on the ground."
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