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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Hank Hersch
September 19, 1988
OFFENSE: In his first start for Utah, sophomore quarterback Scott Mitchell completed 26 of 44 passes for a school-record 511 yards as the Utes defeated Idaho State 41-16. Carl Harry caught all three of Mitchell's TD passes, for 48, 72 and 70 yards.
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September 19, 1988

Players Of The Week

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OFFENSE: In his first start for Utah, sophomore quarterback Scott Mitchell completed 26 of 44 passes for a school-record 511 yards as the Utes defeated Idaho State 41-16. Carl Harry caught all three of Mitchell's TD passes, for 48, 72 and 70 yards.

DEFENSE: Baylor linebacker Gary Joe Kinne, a junior, blocked a Kansas field goal (the ball was then run in for a TD by Bears safety Robert Blackmon), intercepted a pass to set up Baylor's final TD and had five tackles and a sack in a 27-14 win.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Reggie Ho, a junior, was 4 for 4 in his first field goal attempts for Notre Dame as the Irish beat Michigan 19-17. Ho, a 5'5", 135-pound walk-on from Kaneohe, Hawaii, booted the game-winner from 26 yards with 73 seconds left to play.

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