After intercepting Sefo Liufau's pass and sealing Colorado's fate on Saturday afternoon, Trevor Reilly celebrated with his teammates, looked towards the south end stands of Rice-Eccles Stadium and unleashed a season full of emotion.
Instinctively, he took the football from the last play of his college career and aimed for the top row. The ball went flying and three yellow flags instantly hit the turf with nobody seeming to notice or care.
In his final appearance before the Utah fans, Reilly exited in grand style, causing the key turnover and propelling the Utes to a 24-17 win over the Buffaloes in front of 45,023. On a day honoring the seniors, it was Utah's senior captain who fittingly made the biggest play.