Arizona Vs. Oregon State: Matt Scott looks to recover against Beavers

Arizona Wildcats quarterback Matt Scott will eye a rebound that's both mental and physical against the Oregon State Beavers after suffering through several mistakes and a bruised hip in the loss to the Oregon Ducks last Saturday.

Scott threw three interceptions and only completed 50 percent of his passes against the Ducks in the 49-0 loss. In the first quarter, he suffered a hip bruise that required a numbing shot from the training staff, according to Ryan Finley of the Arizona Daily Star. While it helped his return, Scott was limited as a running threat from thereon out.

As for moving on after the ugly loss, Scott told the Star:

"I have to put that behind me. Football's a tough game. You're going to take hits. You're going to get hurt. I just gotta keep going and do everything I can to help this team."

Oregon State comes into Arizona Stadium with history on its side. The Beavers haven't lost in Tucson since 1997, with its last two meetings including the 2010 toppling of a top 10 Arizona squad preceded by a fourth-quarter thriller in 2008.

Check out Arizona Desert Swarm for more Arizona Wildcats news or hit up Building the Dam for more Oregon State coverage.

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