Utah's mental mistake leads to 14-point swing, Oregon TD

Fourth-ranked Oregon found itself in a fight in Salt Lake City early Saturday night, as No. 17 Utah jumped out to a 7-0 lead. It looked as though the Utes were about to add to that lead when QB Travis Wilson found Kaelin Clay open for a long would-be touchdown.

But then this happened:

That's 178 total yards covered, a 14-point swing, two fumbles and one touchdown in one play.

Although this won't make Utah feel any better, the play had a bit of karmic retribution for the Ducks. Junior running back Byron Marshall did basically the same thing earlier this season against South Dakota.

UPDATE: After the game, which Oregon won 51-27, Clay apologized on Twitter: