Dec. 18, 2012
- Jason Washburn tied Michael Doleac for fifth place all-time in blocked shots with three denials tonight (124, career).
- Brandon Taylor entered the game having scored eight points all season. He scored his ninth point of the game with 12:54 remaining in the second half.
- This was the seventh game of the season where Utah held its foe to less than 40 percent shooting from the field.
- Justin Seymour’s 11 points were his most against a D1 opponent this season (16 – Willamette)
- Utah’s six blocks were its most in a game this season against a D1 opponent (8 – Willamette).
- After making only 2-of-3 free throws in the first contest, Utah converted on 17-of-19 tries at the stripe tonight against the Mustangs.
- The Utes received 35 points from their bench as opposed to six from the Mustang reserves. This was the largest discrepancy in favor of Utah this season in that category.
- Utah scored only one basket in the first half from 18:19 to the 6:09 mark (12:10 span). During that time, SMU outscored the Utes, 21-6.
- Utes used a 10-0 run to erase an eight-point deficit in the first half. It was the second-largest lead erased by Utah this season (9, Idaho State)
- For the sixth time this season, Utah was a +9 or better on the glass against its opponent
- The Utes are 4-0 after recording 17 or more free throws made.- Utah is 4-0 when Jason Washburn has 10 points or more
- The Utes set a season high for steals.- The Utes have outshot their opponents in field goal percentage in all 10 games
- Utah has a +17.6 average scoring margin against opponents at home.
- The bench recorded more points (35) than the starters (27).
- Jordan Loveridge has led the team in rebounding in six games this season.