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Gordon Monson: Perfect or imperfect, Utah’s Utes should be smelling roses. But they know should has nothing to do with it.

As Zack Moss churned 32 yards downfield, crossing into the end zone with 5:24 left in the game, everything seemed a little more the way it should be.

Moss took in hugs from his teammates, Rice-Eccles Stadium roared, what with the Utes on their way to finishing a win over Arizona State, the numbers on the board — 21-3 — evidencing the fact, avenging a couple of losses from seasons gone by at the hands of a tough conference foe. And, in that moment, Utah looked like the formidable team everyone figured it would and should be. The world sat properly on its axis, spinning a little more true.