The Washington State Cougars trail the Utah Utes 14-0 after the first quarter of Saturday's game.
WSU moved the ball on its opening possession, but were unable to come away with points. The Cougar defense forced a three-and-out but the offense took over deep in their own end. After a punt, John White got free for a 47-yard touchdown run to give Utah the early 7-0 lead.
After another WSU punt, Utah was again able to move the ball, driving into the WSU redzone. Once again, the Utes were able to capitalize with a touchdown to take a 14-0 lead. Utah was able to convert a third-and-19 to keep the drive going which was aided by a questionable personal foul call against Casey Locker.
For the third straight possession, WSU was unable to get anything going and was forced to punt after its second three-and-out of the game. The Utes are once again moving the ball and will open the second quarter with the ball at midfield.