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Utah dominated this game on the efficiency charts.
Rylan Jones tied the season high for efficiency


Utah dominated by holding WSU to 5 categories of season lows
2 made free throws (Utah allows 9.1 FTM per game)
16 defensive rebounds (Utah allows 23.1 defensive boards)
21 total rebounds (Utah allows 33.3 rebounds)
1 block (tied Tulane / Utah allows 3.8)
40% from the line 2/5 (Utah allows 70.5%) Only Oregon shot less at 4.


The thing that kept Washington St in the game was Utah on the offensive glass.
Only 3 offensive rebounds (coming after a season high of 18)
Utah only attempted 10 shots from 3
It was clear they wanted to dominate the interior
25/36 from 2 point range 69% (overall 63%)
Obviously the reason Utah only had 3 offensive boards.


Utah reached the 100 efficiency mark 4th time this year. (avg 85.7)


Rylan Jones moved into 2nd on the team overall ranking ahead of Battin

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Itís nice to see Jantunen and Carlson getting better


This was Jantunenís best game of the season 21 PER
Carlson scored a 15 PER, good for his 4th best game of the year (best vs P5 teams) His season high was 17 vs MSVST


Allen didnít have a great game but still scored a 14 PER
Timmy has reached double figures in PER in every game except 2 (Arizona and Colorado)


Next upÖthe LA trip