Arizona Wildcats quarterback Matt Scott accounted for 461 total yards last week, the second-best mark in the country, but is fretting about all the yardage that got away.
“I don’t think that was a very good game for me,” he said after Tuesday’s practice.
“I know I can do better, and I intend to a lot better. Missed a couple of easy passes I wish I could have had back. I probably let my mechanics down a couple of time, lost my focus a little bit.”
While missing a few wide-open receivers down field, Scott did hit on 30 of 46 throws for 387 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception against Toledo. He ran 14 times for 74 yards.
Only Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib (500 yards) ranks ahead of Scott in total yardage after the first week of college football.
Arizona coaches aren’t complaining much about Scott’s performance.