#14 Utah Utes Football Heads To Washington State For Thursday Night Game against Cougars, 10:00

The No. 14 University of Utah Football team is set for a Thursday night matchup in the Pacific Northwest, taking on the Washington State Cougars on Thursday, Oct. 27. The game will kick off at 8 p.m. MT, airing on FS1.

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The Utes are 254-260-12 all-time when playing on the road, including a 24-24 record in regular season conference games since joining the Pac-12 – only losing four games in the Pac-12 on the road since 2019. Utah’s last win over Washington State in Pullman was in 2011 when Ute kicker Coleman Petersen kicked a 38-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Utes past the Cougars 30-27.

•    Utah’s game against the Cougars will be the Utes’ 100th as a member of the Pac-12 Conference.
•    Utah is 10-4 in weeknight (Thursday/Friday) regular season Pac-12 games since joining the league in 2011.  
•    Head coach Kyle Whittingham is one win away from 150 career victories.    
•    Utah ranks 11th in the FBS in scoring offense, averaging 40.7 points per game.
•    Through seven games, Utah’s defense leads the Pac-12 in first downs defense (122).

•    Utah is currently 56-43 (.565) all-time in Pac-12 games since joining the league in 2011.
•    The Utes are 20-1 in regular season Pac-12 games when they score 40-or-more points.
•    Through seven games, Utah leads the Pac-12 in first downs defense (122), passing yards allowed (208.1), punt return defense (2.33), time of possession (32:51) and total defense (350.1).  
•    Utah ranks 11th in the FBS in team passing efficiency (163.66), sitting in second in the Pac-12 with Utah’s defense ranking 10th nationally in passes intercepted (10).
•    Utah ranked No. 7 in the Preseason AP Poll, the highest preseason ranking in program history.
•    Utah has eight consecutive years of winning seasons, dating back to 2014. The Utes have finished with a winning season in 15 of Whittingham’s 17 years as head coach.
•    Utah was picked to finish first in the Pac-12 in the preseason poll, receiving 26 first-place votes.
•    The Utes have won the Pac-12 South Title four times (2021, 2019, 2018, shared title in 2015), including three in the last four seasons, winning the championship game in 2021.
•    Utah has sold out Rice-Eccles Stadium in 74 consecutive games, dating back to the 2010 season opener. Utah increased its capacity to 51,444 with the Ken Garff Red Zone in 2021.