The Washington St. Cougars and Utah Utes continued their streaky play in the third quarter of Saturday's game as the two sides notched one field goal each. The Cougars and Utes are tied 10-10 heading into the game's final quarter.
Utah received the kickoff to begin the second half but fumbled the ball away on the second play from scrimmage to return possession to the Cougars. The Utes fumbled again later on in the third quarter, and Washington State took advantage with a 20-yard field goal by Andrew Furney. The Utes countered with a 33-yard field goal by Coleman Petersen on their following drive, tying the game at 10-10.
Utah begins the fourth quarter with possession at the Cougar 28-yard line. The Utes are in position to put points on the board early in the fourth quarter: neither team has had much success in generating offense this season, and the team that scores a touchdown first in this final period could ultimately emerge victorious in this Pac-12 battle.