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Utah Tight End Dalton Kincaid To Miss Rose Bowl

Utah tight end Dalton Kincaid, the team’s leading receiver, will miss the Rose Bowl against Penn State due to an injury.

Kincaid announced the news on Twitter Sunday night, declaring for the 2023 NFL Draft in the process. The tight end will still attend the game.

The Las Vegas native was Cam Rising’s favorite target this season, amassing 890 yards on 70 catches. Kincaid’s eight touchdowns were the most among pass catchers and tied with running back Ja’Quinden Jackson for the most on the team.

The tight end is the first Ute to announce he will not play in the Rose Bowl. Head coach Kyle Whittingham said last Sunday that he expects his team to have zero opt-outs. Penn State defensive back Joey Porter Jr. is the only player on either team to opt out of the game so far.

Kincaid played at San Diego for two years before transferring to Utah for the 2020 season and has started 24 games in his career. He was named to the All-Pac-12 first team this year and was a semifinalist for the Mackey Award, which is annually given to the nation’s top tight end.

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