Utah Utes junior quarterback Jordan Wynn was taken out of Saturday's game during the third quarter after injuring his left shoulder. Going into this game, the health of Wynn's left shoulder was being put into question by Utah fans and media.
Wynn underwent surgery on the same shoulder that was being checked out by Utah's trainers after he was taken out of the game. Wynn was 12 for 17 with 149 total passing yards and one touchdown and one interception before leaving the game.
Backup quarterback junior Jon Hays entered the game for Utah, but threw an interception on his very first play. Wynn's departure hurts Utah's chances in coming back, with Washington up 24-7, and the Utes needing to move the ball through the air.
Pac-12 Football sideline reporter Jeremy Bloom said that Utah is not saying anything about Wynn's injury and that it does not look like he'll return in this game.