The Arizona Wildcats flipped the script after the USC loss. Now the Cats look to avoid recreating Utah’s role.
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It has been far too long.
The world has changed so much since the Wildcats last played in Tucson. Five weeks ago Nick Foles was still an NFL backup, the U.S. government was still open and Fifty Shades of Grey still had a leading man.
The UA football team is looking for a change of its own.
There’s a three-way tie atop the Pac-12 basketball standings plus a fourth team hanging around. Who has the advantage the rest of the way?
This just feels like a really good win.
Arizona takes its 0-3 road record (allowing 56 points per game away from home)…against a desperate team…with a 4-1 home record…on its senior night…in cold, wet conditions…with injured defensive players falling like raindrops…with a rusty, nauseasy quarterback…and Arizona wins.
The victory in Salt Lake City locked up a winning season for the Wildcats and improved the team’s bowl standing. Now the problem is trying to figure out where exactly the Cats will be standing in the postseason.