The Utes lost more than their grip on the PAC-12 South Saturday in their 38-20 loss at the hands of the Arizona State Sun Devils. Starting quarterback Tyler Huntley is also likely done for the season with a broken collarbone, according to ESPN700 sideline reporter Tom Hackett.
Report from Hackett on the sidelines is a broken left collarbone for Huntley#Utes
— Bill Riley (@espn700bill) November 3, 2018
Jason Shelley will now take over as starting quarterback for the Utes for their final three games of the regular season. Shelley completed just 4-11 passes after taking over for Huntley, and accounted for -9 rushing yards on two attempts.
The Utes will need wins over both Oregon and Colorado to finish the season, and Arizona State to lose a game before the end of the season to capture the PAC-12 South title.
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