Utes Start Slow, Eventually Beat Zona 38-19Slow Start Upsets Baron with one PAC-12 matchup remaining Normally a 19 point win over a conference foe would be cause for celebration, but a clearly irritated coach Baron was having none of it in the post-game presser. "We can not keep playing to our opponents in games like this," Baron said. "Yea we made some plays but we shouldn't have the need to." That sluggish start was evident as Arizona took a 9-3 lead early on in the 2nd. While Utah's defense was keeping up its trend of bending but not breaking, the Utah offense was quite sluggish as QB Jordan Wynn took over for injured starter Jon Hays. "I don't want to hear that as an excuse. Jordan came in last week and was great for us against a solid Washington squad, so with all the practice time, I don't understand it." But after going down 9-3, Wynn would lead a long drive that would see Byron York rush for his 8th touchdown on the season, to give the Utes a one point lead. The Ute defense would stop Zona's 2 minute drive and give their offense a chance before half time. The Utes would, as they have many times this season, capitalize on their last possession before the half with a 54-yard TD strike from Wynn to Reggie Dunn, himself filling in for the injured Luke Matthews. 17-9 Utah at the half. Arizona would receive to start the second half and yet again be forced to settle for another field goal. From there, Utah would score 3 straight touchdowns, (two TD passes from Wynn to Dres Anderson and TE Kendrick Moaei along with a John White TD rush) to put the game out of reach even after a garbage time TD by Arizona. The Utes can clinch a trip to the PAC-12 title game with a win next week against Colorado.