Feb. 4, 2009
-With his 12 points, Nevill jumped up two spots on Utah's all-time scoring chart, moving into seventh place with 1,709 points. He surpassed Tom Chambers (1,698; 1977-81) and Danny Vranes (1,701; 1977-81). His next target on the list is Jeff Judkins at No. 6 with 1,740 from 1974-78. Nevill needs only 81 points over the next eight games to eclipse Luther "Ticky" Burton's 1,790 points from 1972-75 and crack the top five all-time.
-Nevill scored on three field goals, bringing his career total to 625 and moving up to 9th all-time past Buster Matheney (624; 1974-78) in career field goals made.
-Shaun Green hit two three-pointers in the game, bringing him to 207 for his career and surpassing Utah legend Keith Van Horn (206; 1993-97) for third place all-time in three-point field goals made. He is currently fourth in three-point field goal attempts with 500, 14 attempts behind Van Horn for third place in that category.
-Green also made two steals in the game, moving up to sixth all-time at Utah in career steals with 125, surpassing Gale Gondrezick (124; 1984-88).
-Green scored eight points in the contest, bringing him to 992 for his career and moving within eight more points of becoming the 34th Ute in more than 100 years of basketball to breach the 1,000 mark for his career.
-Nevill has now scored in double-figures in 21 of Utah's 22 games this season and in 95 of his 113 career games.
-Sophomore guard Carlon Brown registered a new career high with his career high with 12 rebounds in the contest, while scoring 14 points to lead the Utes. His double-double was the second of his career.