SALT LAKE CITY -- Travis Wilson weaved his way through the sea of red, torn between retreating to the locker room and celebrating this signature win with the Utah faithful that had stormed the field. Buy Nike Air Max Australia . Like he really had a choice, especially after the enthusiastic crowd lifted him up. Thats what happens after a quarterback helps orchestrate the biggest upset at home in school history and the most significant victory the Utah has had since moving to the Pac-12 three years. The Utes made a goal-line stand in the final minute and Wilson threw two TD passes in a 27-21 victory against No. 5 Stanford on Saturday. It was the first time in school history the Utes (4-2, 1-2 Pac-12) have knocked off a top-five program at Rice-Eccles Stadium. They beat No. 4 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl following the 2008 season. "Great win," Wilson simply said. "Our plan was perfect tonight." Not surprisingly, the fans rushed the field after the final gun. The ring leader? Defensive end Trevor Reilly. "I was waving them on, saying, Lets go!" Reilly said. "We came through tonight." The defence certainly did. Kevin Hogan marched the Cardinal down to the 6 with a minute remaining. On third down, he threw an incomplete pass to Charlie Hopkins. Then, on fourth down, amid heavy pressure, Hogan overthrew Devon Cajuste. The Utes took a knee twice to end the game, along with the 13-game winning streak of Stanford (5-1, 3-1). "Theyre good. Theyve always been good and we just werent good enough," Stanford coach David Shaw said. "This is as well as Ive seen Utah play on the offensive side. They really strung things together." Utah kept Stanfords stingy defence off balance all day with a mix of draws and wide receiver screens. Dres Anderson caught a 51-yard TD pass and scored another on a short run. Bubba Poole finished with 111 yards rushing and had another 75 on seven catches. Ty Montgomery returned a kickoff for a touchdown for a second straight week. This time, Montgomery took the ball a few steps deep in the end zone and darted through the Utes before going 100 yards, tying a Stanford record. Cajuste made a diving catch on a fade route to trim the Utah lead to 27-21 with 9:22 remaining, but the Cardinal couldnt complete the comeback. "It seems to be that our thing as a team this year is toughness," Reilly said. "I think that was personified there on the last stand." A week after throwing six interceptions, Wilson showed more poise in the pocket. His only mistake was on a screen, when his pass was tipped and picked off by Joe Hemschoot. Wilson finished 23 of 34 for 234 yards. He cut his throwing hand on a hard tackle early in the third quarter, continuously wiping the top of it on his towel. But the injury didnt seem to affect his touch. Neither did those interceptions. "Hes a resilient kid. Tough as nails," coach Kyle Whittingham said. "We had a feeling he was going to come back and play like he did tonight. Bottom line, he bounced back. Hes got a lot of competitive spirit." Utah showed its spunk, bouncing back from a close loss last week to UCLA. "We werent able to make the plays (last week)," Whittingham said. "The difference tonight, we were able to make those plays." Stanford struggled on offence in the second half, turning the ball over twice on fumbles with Reilly recovering both. The Utes turned those into field goals by Andy Phillips. Phillips, a former U.S. ski team member, is 11 for 11 this season. Kevin Hogan dropped to 10-1 as a starter. It was a week filled with controversy for Stanford after Washington coach Steve Sarkisian accused the Cardinal of faking injuries to slow down the tempo, leaving Stanfords David Shaw to vigorously defend his program. That wasnt an issue. Stopping Utah in the first half was. Utah went on a season-long 99-yard drive in the second quarter, culminating with Andersons 3-yard score on an end-around. It gave Utah a 21-14 at halftime. It was a day of firsts for the Stanford defence, which hadnt allowed an opening quarter TD all season until Saturday. Karl Williams scored on a 4-yard pass from Wilson on Utahs opening drive and Anderson later hauled in a 51-yard pass from Wilson. It was Andersons fifth play of 50 or more yards this season. Montgomery joins Bob Bryan (1950 against San Francisco) and Damon Dunn (1994 at Arizona State) with 100-yard kickoff returns for Stanford. Last week, Montgomery had a 99-yard TD return to open the game against Washington. Montgomery finished with three returns for 160 yards against Utah. "Utah played their hearts out," Montgomery said. Air Max Sale Australia . He learned about pressure and expectations at the 2010 Games in his hometown of Vancouver. His next mission is to build on that experience at his next Olympic appearance in Sochi, where he plans to ride the momentum from the teams strong start to the season. Cheap Air Max Online Australia . The Senators return from a lengthy layoff caused by Wednesdays attack on Parliament Hill to host the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night. http://www.cheapaustraliaairmax.com/ . - Novak Djokovic beat John Isner 7-5, 6-7 (2), 6-1 on Saturday to reach the final of the BNP Paribas Open, where hell resume his longtime rivalry with Roger Federer.ST. LOUIS -- The last time Shaun Hill got extensive playing time was in 2010, when Matthew Stafford went down in the Detroit Lions opener. The veteran quarterback is set to replace another high-profile starter, stepping in for Sam Bradford with the St. Louis Rams. Predictions of a breakthrough season took a serious hit when Bradford tore his left ACL for the second time in nine months in the third preseason game at Cleveland. One betting service, Bovada, knocked down the over-under on total wins from 7.5 to 6.5. Since the injury, coach Jeff Fisher has projected total confidence in the 34-year-old Hill, who threw just 16 passes the previous three years in Detroit and none at all last year, running the offence for the long haul. Whether hell be holding a clipboard or barking out signals, Hill always gets ready to start. "Ive said this plenty of times, but Ive always kind of tried to take that same mindset as if I was going to be playing," Hill said after practice Wednesday. "Thats the only way I know how to prepare." The shock of losing Bradford again, Fisher said, lasted just a few days. "Theres nothing Sam was doing," Fisher said, "that Shaun cant do. Weve committed to Shaun for the year." Hill and the rest of the starters were held out of the preseason finale after five starters were injured in Week 3. Of the four others, only cornerback Trumaine Johnson remains sidelined, likely out the first month with a knee injury. The Rams claimed another quarterback with starting experience, Case Keenum, on waivers from the Texans this week. Austin Davis remains the backup, while Keenum takes a crash course on a new playbook. "Its like speaking a different language," Keenum said. "Im trying to learn another language as fast as I can." Hills arm is not as strong as Bradfords, but hes not worried about style points heading into Suundays opener against the Minnesota Vikings. Nike Air Max Sale Australia. Like Minnesotas Matt Cassel, Hill has built a pretty nice career after entering the NFL as a fringe prospect. "He gets it where its supposed to be so we can make plays," wide receiver Kenny Britt said. "As wide receivers, our job is to make the quarterback look good. "Im excited about what were doing with this offence." Cassel was seventh-round pick and Hill was undrafted out of Maryland, beginning his career in Minnesota in 2002. Hill didnt play at all his first three seasons and made his debut in the 2005 finale, kneeling down to kill the clock in a victory over the Bears, and made his first career start in 2007. "Youve got a bond right there, staying in the league for a while," Cassel said. "I wish him nothing but success, except for when he plays us." Hill is set for his second career opening start, and first since 09 with the 49ers. "Its a matter of reps. Hes taken all the reps since we got back from Cleveland and so hes got a good feel," Fisher said. "Hes got a good feel for what hes doing." The Rams were going to be run-first before Bradford was hurt with the trio of Zac Stacy, Benny Cunningham and rookie Tre Mason so theyre not as likely to dump it all on Hills shoulders. Drafting Greg Robinson No. 2 overall and re-signing guard Rodger Saffold to a free-agent deal fortified the line. Robinson has perhaps been held back by learning guard and tackle in training camp and wont start in the opener with Saffold getting the call at left guard and Davin Joseph at right guard. "We made the decision that in the opener were better off going with experience," Fisher said. "Hes going to be an outstanding player. "Our focus right now is putting the guys on the field that we think gives us our best chance to win right now." 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