End of 4th Quarter
- Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Huntley throws his first career touchdown pass
Heidlebaugh pass is intercepted by Utes
McCormick Jr. runs for 43 yards
Huntley runs 16 yards for first touchdown of the season
Reid Taubenheim 32 Yd Field Goal
7 plays, 13 yards, 3:01
Tyler Huntley 16 Yd Run (Matt Gay Kick)
10 plays, 81 yards, 4:02
Reid Taubenheim 26 Yd Field Goal
14 plays, 56 yards, 5:48
Darren Carrington II 18 Yd pass from Tyler Huntley (Matt Gay Kick)
8 plays, 75 yards, 2:20
Matt Gay 33 Yd Field Goal
11 plays, 42 yards, 4:02
Reid Taubenheim 43 Yd Field Goal
6 plays, 49 yards, 1:13
Zack Moss 5 Yd Run (Matt Gay Kick)
7 plays, 85 yards, 3:05
Matt Gay 32 Yd Field Goal
12 plays, 66 yards, 5:31
Luke Fiedler 3 Yd pass from Keaton Studsrud (Reid Taubenheim Kick)
6 plays, 82 yards, 2:55
Matt Gay 49 Yd Field Goal
7 plays, 44 yards, 3:16
Tyler Huntley 1 Yd Run (Matt Gay Kick)
The Clemson defensive unit will return some big studs next season, with underclassmen Austin Bryant and Clelin Ferrell, both linemen, returning for 2018. Cornerback Mark Fields and linebacker Kendall Joseph also will be back.
Dick Vitale calls Keith Jackson the greatest play-by-play announcer in the history of college football and explains how the legendary broadcaster left him in awe.
Close your eyes and listen. You'll hear and know that voice. Sure, Keith Jackson did other sports -- all so very well -- over a legendary career, but that voice sounded so perfect when college football was its backdrop.
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Rex Ryan says Hall of Fame broadcaster Keith Jackson's game calls will live on forever.
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