They always say “don’t count your chickens before they hatch.” Well, that’s exactly what Utah wide receiver Kaelin Clay did on Saturday in No. 20 Utah’s 51-27 loss to No. 5 Oregon. With Utah leading 7-0 entering the second quarter, quarterback Travis Wilson completed a deep pass to Clay, who beat the Oregon secondary and appeared to take the ball all the way to the end zone to put the Utes up 13-0. But as the fans were celebrating and the announcers breaking down the score, a group of Ducks took the ball back the other way and into the Utah end zone. The home crowd went from pandemonium to silence in a matter of seconds as it was announced the play was under review. The officials conferred and it was determined that it was a Utah fumble recovered by Oregon and would be a touchdown for the Ducks. Instead of a 13-0 Utah lead, the game was tied 7-7 after the extra point was converted. The final score: Oregon 51, Utah 27.