A man working the sidelines of the Utah-Washington game was knocked out cold when a Utah player running out of bounds took him out, and caused the man’s head to hit the ground hard.

The Utes led the Huskies 21-0, and they were led by QB Jake Bentley, the former South Carolina quarterback. Bentley was 9-for-11 passing for 87 yards with a touchdown. He also had a rushing touchdown and 39 rushing yards. The touchdown pass raised his career total to 57. The graduate transfer threw 55 in his 33 career games at South Carolina, now 2 at Utah.

The collision came after Zemaiah Vaughn returned an interception 73 yards before he was run out of bounds and the collision happened.

Bentley was seen cheering his teammates at halftime to get ready for the second half.