The Utes have thrived on drama, but they couldn't beat one of the country's worst defenses. Utah isn't easy to kill. Cal's the latest team to learn as much, but the Bears somehow killed the Utes anyway.
Cal held a 28-23 lead on the Utes in the last 25 seconds of their game in Berkeley on Saturday. The Bears took a defensive pass interference penalty in their own end zone on a Utah fourth-down throw that fell incomplete, extending the game and giving the Utes a second chance for a winning touchdown on first-and-goal.