SALT LAKE CITY — Chance Nolan threw two interceptions in the first quarter. Utah returned one of them for a touchdown and the Utes beat Oregon State 42-16 on Saturday.
Nolan, who was just 2 for 7 passing, left the game with a neck strain, per OSU. Back-up quarterback Ben Gulbranson came in and was 12 of 20 for 177 yards and two interceptions.
Oregon State needs better quarterback play if it’s going to maximize this season. I wrote exactly that in a column off the game. I had a photographer on the scene in Utah, shooting the game action. His photo gallery is a treat.
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