NCAA Football Recap Week 7, Utah Utes Defeat Oregon State Beavers 19-14, Saturday, October 15, 2016

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utah-utesUTAH UTES Oregon State BeaversOREGON STATE BEAVERS
6-1, 1st in Pac 12 – South October 15, 4:00 PM | Turf of Reser Stadium 2-4, 3rd in Pac 12 – North

When: 4:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 15, 2016
Where: Reser Stadium, Corvallis, Oregon

Utah Utes vs. Oregon State Beavers, BOXSCORE

Final 1 2 3 4 T
utah-utesUTAH 9 3 0 7 19
Oregon State BeaversORST 0 0 7 7 14
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/15 4:00 PM
205utah-utes Utah
206Oregon State BeaversOregon State

-14 -05
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Saturday, October 15th, Utah Utes vs. Oregon State Beavers.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
utah-utesUtah Utes -7 -106 -270 41.5 -110
Oregon State BeaversOregon State Beavers +7 -114 +220 41.5 -110
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Utah got a 179-yard performance from Joe Williams as a key part of its 19-14 victory over the Beavers on Saturday at Reser Stadium.

The Utes earned a straight-up victory but suffered an ATS defeat in failing to cover the -7.0-point spread. Over-Under bettors who played UNDER the total of 42.5 were rewarded with a winning wager.

Joe Williams rushed for 179 yards, while Cory Butler-Byrd added 54 yards in the win. Raelon Singleton and Cory Butler-Byrd added 25 and 12 receiving yards respectively.

Victor Bolden rushed for 61 yards for Oregon State, while Art Pierce added 60 yards. Marcus McMaryion threw for 76 yards for the Beavers, while receivers Timmy Hernandez and Victor Bolden had 26 and 25 yards respectively.

Utah outgained Oregon State 317-297 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 17-15 by the Utes.

Utah led the time of possession tally, as the game finished as a 32:40-26:36 split in that important category.

Next game, Utah takes its act on the road to face UCLA looking for another win. For Oregon State, they head on the road to face Washington.

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Joe Williams answered the call on Monday so he’d have a chance to answer the bell come Saturday.

Williams rushed for 179 yards and one touchdown as No. 21 Utah survived a late Oregon State comeback for a 19-14 victory at Reser Stadium.

Utah coach Kyle Whittingham contacted Williams, who started the first two games before walking away from football, with his corps of running backs decimated by injuries. It didn’t take much to persuade the 5-foot-11, 205-pound senior to come back.

“I made a decision personally to reflect on things that I needed to take care of,” Williams said of his departure, “but I’m always so grateful to coach Whit for bringing me out of (junior college) to come here to play. He called and asked me to come and help the team out, and it was a quick yes.”

The Utes (6-1, 3-1 Pac-12) became bowl eligible on a wet and blustery day after gaining only 78 yards in the second half. Troy Williams completed 4 of 13 passes for 42 yards on the day as Utah went primarily with its ground game.

“We knew coming into the game it was going to be hard to score with the bad conditions,” he said, “but we found a way. It was a heavy running day, and we have a great offensive line and great backs.

“Joe did a great job today, so we were able to get it done.”

Joe Williams, who came within eight yards of his career best, matched his high with 34 carries but was stuffed on fourth down at the Oregon State 25 with 37 seconds left to play.

However, the Beavers (2-4, 1-2) turned the ball over on downs on their final possession to end the game.

Third-string quarterback Marcus McMaryion came on after injuries to starter Darell Garretson and backup Corey Blount to cap a 65-yard drive with a 14-yard pass to Hunter Jarmon with 1:48 to play.

Troy Williams scored Utah’s only touchdown of the second half on an 8-yard run with 3:18 left to play. The Utes finished with a season-low 317 yards to 297 for Oregon State.

Joe Williams rushed 15 times for only 37 yards in the second half as Utah went almost exclusively to its ground game.

“I had a little fatigue here and there,” he said, “and I don’t have that quick step I had about four weeks ago. I’m just going to take it day by day and get my conditioning back.”

Oregon State lost its first two quarterbacks to leg injuries late in the fourth quarter.

Garretson, who completed just one of his first 16 passes, finished 4-for-20 for 24 yards before hurting his left ankle, and Blount threw one incompletion before being helped off the field with an injured left knee after his fumble at the Oregon State 11 to set up Utah’s last touchdown.

Afterward, the thought of who might start at quarterback next week against No. 5 Washington wasn’t Beavers coach Gary Andersen’s primary concern.

“I’m not going to talk about injuries,” he said. “We’re down some guys, but that’s another reason I’m proud of this group. There were so many ways they could have said, woe is me.

“All of our worries are about those kids as individuals (getting healthy). Marcus is up now and we’ll see about the other guys health as we go.”

Oregon State receiver Victor Bolden didn’t catch his first pass until midway through the fourth quarter to keep his streak of games with at least one reception alive at 30. All three of his catches, for 25 yards, came during a long drive that ended when Garrett Owens hooked left a 27-yard field goal try with 8:23 to go and the Beavers down 12-7.

“It hurts to see one of your brothers go down,” Bolden said. “Next guy has to step up and get the job done.

“Our confidence wasn’t low; we still have confidence. We know we can compete with any team in the country.”

Utah took advantage of Oregon State miscues on special teams to score three times for a 12-0 halftime lead.

After a 15-yard punt, the Utes drove 73 yards in 10 plays and scored on Joe Williams’ 5-yard run for an early 7-0 lead. They added a safety on the last play of the first quarter when the Beavers long snapper sent the ball over punter Nick Porebski’s head and out of the end zone.

Utah went 55 yards after Oregon State’s free kick in 12 plays before settling for a 25-yard field goal by Andy Phillips.

Joe Williams finished the half with 142 yards on 19 carries as the Utes had a 229-55 edge in total offense.

Oregon State’s best scoring opportunity came late in the half when Devin Chappell recovered a backward pass at the Utah 42. However, a personal foul by senior tackle Sean Harlow for unnecessary roughness pushed the Beavers back into their own territory and led to Pobreski’s fifth punt of the half.

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