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Notice a difference in Jordan Wynn from the first half to the second half of Utah's 27-24 overtime win over Pitt? It looks like he injured his sprained his thumb on his throwing hand.
Dirk Facer of the Deseret News reports that "he's considered day-to-day as the Utes look ahead to their final Mountain West Conference opener Sept. 11 against UNLV at Rice-Eccles Stadium".
In the first half, Wynn was on fire, completing 15 of 20 for 161 yards and two touchdowns. In the third quarter, Wynn was just 3 of 11.
To read Dirk's report, click HERE