Oklahoma State Vs. Arizona 2012: Final Score And Game Recap

Spurred on by the other upsets of the day, the University of Arizona decided to get in on the action versus No. 18 Oklahoma State. The Cowboys of OSU had no answer for the high-flying offense of the Wildcats. 'Zona would beat OSU on the ground and in the air by a score of 59-38.

Quarterback Matt Scott likes to lead by example; he did so in tonight's game. Scott would go 26-for-39 for 314 yards and two touchdowns. He was also second on the team in rushing with 20 carries for 62 yards and one touchdown. Following Scott's lead, Ka'Deem Carey would run for 139 yards on 26 caries and three touchdowns. He too enjoys extra work and added on four catches for 27 yards and one touchdown.

Scott and Carey played great, but the MVP of the game was receiver Tracy Moore. Moore had nine catches for 117 yards and four touchdowns.

The Wildcats host South Carolina State (1-1) next weekend in a tuneup before facing the Oregon Ducks on Sep. 22.

For more on Wildcats football, visit Arizona blog Arizona Desert Swarm, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and SB Nation Arizona.

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