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
Kyle Whittingham said the injury will likely sideline Huntley for the rest of the season.
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.