The No. 13 Utah Utes (7-2) take on a fellow Pac-12 opponent when they host the Stanford Cardinal (3-6) on Saturday, November 12, 2022 at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Look below for more important details, which includes how to watch this game on FuboTV.
How to Watch Utah vs. Stanford
- Game Day: Saturday, November 12, 2022
- Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
- TV: ESPN
- Stadium: Rice-Eccles Stadium
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Betting Information for Utah vs. Stanford
Utah and Stanford Stats
- Utah has averaged 7.7 more points scored this season (39) than Stanford has allowed (31.3).
- Utah has turned the ball over 10 times this season, while Stanford has six takeaways.
- Stanford’s average points scored this season (22.6) and Utah’s average points allowed (21.4) are within 1.2 points.
- This year Utah has forced 18 turnovers, compared to the 19 times Stanford has turned the ball over.
Utah Players to Watch
- Cameron Rising leads Utah with 2,006 passing yards (222.9 ypg) on 160-of-239 passing with 16 touchdowns and three interceptions this season. He also has 302 rushing yards (33.6 ypg) on 49 carries while scoring six touchdowns on the ground.
- Tavion Thomas’ team-high 452 rushing yards (50.2 per game) have come on 101 carries, with five touchdowns this year.
- Dalton Kincaid’s 597 receiving yards (66.3 yards per game) lead the team. He has 45 receptions with seven touchdowns.
- Devaughn Vele has totaled 485 receiving yards (53.9 yards per game) and four touchdowns, hauling in 38 passes this year.
- Money Parks’ 14 catches have netted him 254 yards (28.2 ypg).
Stanford Players to Watch
- Tanner McKee has thrown for 2,208 yards (245.3 ypg) to lead Stanford, completing 60.9% of his passes and tossing 11 touchdown passes and six interceptions this season.
- Casey Filkins has carried the ball 122 times for a team-high 478 yards (53.1 per game), with four touchdowns this year. He’s also tacked on 17 catches for 205 yards (22.8 per game) and one touchdown.
- This season E.J. Smith has racked up 206 yards (22.9 per game) on 30 carries with three touchdowns.
- Elijah Higgins’ 453 receiving yards (50.3 yards per game) lead the team. He has 37 receptions with one touchdown.
- Michael Wilson has put up a 418-yard season so far (46.4 receiving yards per game) with four touchdowns, reeling in 26 passes.
- Benjamin Yurosek’s 41 receptions this season have resulted in 372 yards (41.3 ypg) and one touchdown.
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