Since it doesn't look like the weather will cooperate, I'm not quite sure what to expect today. I'm guessing it's going to be sloppy conditions, which means a more run-oriented game by both teams. For the Utes, that's a big question mark, since they've lost their leading rusher (Matt Asiata) for the season. However, the Colorado State Rams may face a bigger concern because their offense has been heavily influenced by the pass this season.
The Utes' run defense, though, has been shaky to say the least and CSU is toward the top in the conference in that regard. So this game could come down to turnovers - depending on how bad the snow gets.