Utah quarterback Travis Wilson showed how a reverse play is done in the Las Vegas Bowl.
No. 22 Utah has taken an early 14-0 lead in the Las Vegas Bowl against Colorado State, and they were able to drive down field thanks to a spectacular play by quarterback Travis Wilson.
The Utes ran a reverse play as Wilson passed it laterally to the left before the ball was eventually returned to him, and this was all done legally.
Wilson then threw a 36-yard pass to wide receiver Kaelin Clay, and this set the Utes up for their first touchdown of the game.
Utah is showing why they are a ranked team despite having four losses, and Colorado State has done nothing to dispel the notion that they haven’t been battle-tested.
Here is a video from Vine of this trick play by Utah.