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Utes and Pokes lock horns in Laramie

Laramie, WY (Sports Network) - In an effort to keep pace with ninth-ranked BYU, the 14th-ranked Utah Utes hit the field at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie this weekend against the Wyoming Cowboys.

The Utes, who are already bowl eligible, actually have one more win than the Cougars so far this season, although the non-conference competition might not be as tough. Last week, Utah played a special Thursday night date against Oregon State, the same OSU group that upset top-ranked USC at home a few weeks back, and managed to slip by the Beavers in a 31-28 decision. It was the second close call for the Utes thus far, with the team having held on to beat Michigan in the Big House to open up the 2008 campaign, 25-23.

As for the Cowboys, they're trying to avoid their fourth straight loss when they roll out the red carpet this Saturday. Last weekend, the Pokes were blanked by New Mexico in a 24-0 final, marking the second time in the last three games that Wyoming has failed to score a single point. The last time the team was held scoreless twice in a season was in 2000. Now the squad is just trying to keep from being blanked for the third time this year, which would be the first time that's happened since the 1952 campaign.

Last season, Wyoming was subjected to an ugly 50-0 decision that had head coach Joe Glenn using questionable hand gestures on the sideline, for which he was later reprimanded. Prior to the game coach Glenn guaranteed a win, news that prompted Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham to pull out all the stops and even try an on-sides kick in the third quarter with the home team leading 43-0. Utah has now won seven of the last eight meetings between the programs and owns a 48-31-1 series advantage versus Wyoming in one of the longest running relationships for either school.

Kicker Louie Sakoda again played the hero for the Utes when he booted a 37- yard field goal as time expired to give his team a three-point win over Oregon State last week. Sakoda, who was again named the Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, knocked through three field goals on the night, while quarterback Brian Johnson converted 17-of-30 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns. Although he's tossed six interceptions in as many games this season, Johnson is still one of the top passers in the conference with his 221.7 ypg and 66.9 percent completion rate which gives coach Whittingham reason to believe in him in clutch situations. "Brian (Johnson) is very cool under pressure. When things get tight he is at his best."

In addition to Johnson, the offense also relies heavily on running back Matt Asiata who can often be found taking direct snaps from center and then creating space for himself and the offense. Asiata, who missed almost all of last season with an injury, leads the team with 373 rushing yards and six touchdowns.

Considering the damage the Oregon State running game caused against then top- ranked USC, the Utah defense was up to the challenge and held the squad in check. Sure, the Utes surrendered 101 yards and a touchdown to tiny speedster Jacquizz Rodgers, but the rest of the group combined to lose nine yards. The pass defense could have stood up a little stronger as it allowed 313 yards and two touchdowns by Lyle Moevao, but in the end it was all just enough to allow Utah to come away with the victory. "The defense played ok," coach Whittingham said of his team's effort the last time out. "We did slow their main back down. He had just about half of what he had the week before and we did an effective job of neutralizing him. I thought the defense did a decent job for the most part."

After six games the Utes have the sixth-best run defense in the nation, allowing only 65.5 ypg, which goes a long way in explaining how the group comes in ranked 13th nationally in total defense with 260.3 ypg permitted. One of the heavy hitters for the Utes is Paul Kruger who leads the group with five and a half sacks and is currently third in the nation in tackles for loss with just over two per outing.

There was very little offense to speak of for the Cowboys in their meeting with New Mexico last weekend. The Pokes generated just 12 first downs and a total of 201 yards of offense on 63 plays. Hurting most of all was the aerial attack which posted a meager 71 yards as Karsten Sween converted 9-of-19 passes, was sacked four times and picked off once. Running back Devin Moore and Wynel Seldon gained 74 and 46 yards, respectively, but it made no difference in the final outcome.

The revolving door that is the Wyoming quarterback position becomes more and more convoluted with each game because no one seems to have a firm grasp of how to move the offense. Sween, who was once the darling of coach Glenn's group, has converted just 48.8 percent of his pass attempts and has yet to throw a touchdown, while being intercepted three times. Not much better is Dax Crum who has two TDs against six picks. Put it all together and the Pokes are last in college football in pass efficiency with a rating of 74.8. Additionally, even though Moore and Seldon have been trying to find open holes, the offense overall is 119th in the nation in scoring with a mere 9.33 ppg.

The pass defense for the Cowboys was up to the challenge of shutting down UNM's backup signal-caller Brad Gruner, allowing the youngster to convert a mere 8-of-19 passes for a paltry 33 yards, but that really wasn't the problem for Wyoming. What hurt the visitors the most was a Lobo running attack that came up with 317 yards on 48 attempts, even as New Mexico converted just 2- of-13 on third down.

While the offense for the Cowboys is one of the worst in the FBS, the defense has not done much to counter their efforts. In fact, the squad is currently ranked second-to-last in the MWC in terms of both sacks and tackles for loss. Through six games Wyoming has a total of only six sacks (tied for 107th in the nation) and is 117th in TFLs with three and a half per outing. Unfortunately for this group, the offense is keeping them from being more successful because there's no way a defense can be effective if it has to be on the field as much as the Cowboys do. The offense has turned the ball over 22 times, the most of any team in the FBS, which means the defense is constantly having to work with a short field and is not getting the sort of rest it needs.

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