FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) _ Ceedric Goodwyn scored 21 points, including 13 during a pivotal six-minute stretch of the second half, as Colorado State beat No. 25 Utah 60-49 on Saturday.

Colorado State (17-10, 7-5 Mountain West), the nation's best 3-point shooting team, hit 8 of 15 shots from long range to beat Utah for the first time in six years.

Utah (20-6, 9-3), which had won 10 straight against the Rams, went 3-for-21 from behind the arc and shot a season-low 33 percent overall. The loss prevented the Utes from clinching a tie for the Mountain West title.

Aki Palmer finished with 14 points for Colorado State, and Ron Grady added 10.

Hanno Mottola, playing his second game since tearing ligaments in his left elbow and right thumb, led Utah with 11 points. Jeremy Killion had 10.

Utah, coming off a 44-point victory over UNLV, trailed by eight at halftime and got as close as three seven minutes into the second half.

Goodwyn, averaging 17 points a game, took over from there, hitting three 3-pointers, a 17-foot jumper and a dunk on a backdoor cut to give Colorado State a 43-28 lead with 6:45 remaining.

The Rams pushed the lead to 17 before Utah started fouling in an attempt to get back into the game.

The strategy worked as Colorado State missed 5 of 10 free throws in a two-minute span, and Utah pulled to 55-49 when Hanno Mottola made three free throws with 41 seconds left.

Utah didn't score again, giving Colorado State its first home victory over a ranked team since the 1983-84 season.

The Rams, who have won four straight, held Utah to a season-low 15 points in the first half and hit four three pointers to take an eight-point lead at the break.

The Utes entered the game shooting 40 percent from 3-point range but were 0-for-7 in the first 20 minutes.