Sept. 13, 2009
Utah won its 16th-straight game. The streak currently leads the nation. Utah has also won nine-straight game on the road.
San Jose State was held to 22 yards rushing in the contest.
Utah stopped SJSU on its first two third-down conversions of the first half. The Utes opened the season holding its opponents to 0-for-14 in third-down conversions. Utah State went 0-for-12 in third-down conversions in the season opener.
Terrance Cain had his second 200-plus yard passing game, going 18-for-31 with 248 yards. Cain threw for 139 yards (11-for-19) in the first half.
Terrance Cain was responsible for 67 yards of Utah's first scoring drive of the game (a 77 yard drive). He had 36 yards rushing - including a 30-yard rush - and 31 yards passing (2-for-2) during the touchdown drive.
Matt Asiata scored his third touchdown of the season on Utah's first drive of the game on a one-yard run. Asiata had 94 yards rushing on 20 attempts.
Eddie Wide scored his second career touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 15-yard run. He had two 15-yard rushes in the scoring drive, ending the game with 40 yards on eight carries.
Sausan Shakerin made his first career appearance at running back, breaking open for a 46-yard run on his first carry.
Tevita Stevens made his first career start for the Utes, playing at right guard.
Shaky Smithson made his first career reception in the third quarter, a nine-yard catch. He also returned two kicks for 51 yards (long of 26 yards).
Joe Phillips made his first career appearance at kicker. He was 2-for-2 in PAT attempts. He also made a 25-yard field goal to cap Utah's scoring on the night.
Sean Sellwood had two punts, including a career-long 56-yard punt. He averaged 47.0 yards per punt.
Mike Wright made his first career interception on the final play of the game. He had three tackles.
Joe Dale led Utah with seven tackles.
Koa Misi, in his first game back after sitting out the season opener with a back injury, had six tackles on the night.
Christian Cox made his first career sack during the contest.