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Arizona falls 66-10 to UCLA

Matt Scott injured, Hank Hobson collapses in loss

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Rodriguez admits mistakes, prepares for Colorado

Rich Rodriguez will look to rectify his team's mistakes as they head into their homecoming game against the Colorado Buffaloes.

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'Zona QB Scott Suffered Concussion vs. UCLA

As goes Matt Scott, so goes Arizona. Athletic Director Greg Byrne confirmed the concussion Scott received in the third quarter of Saturday's 66-10 beat down by UCLA. The Wildcats could be without their QB unless he's cleared by the medical team this week.

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Arizona no where to be found in Coaches Poll

It doesn't take a genius to realize that the Arizona Wildcats weren't going to get any love after the UCLA Bruins handed them a 66-10 defeat.

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AP knocks Wildcats out of Top-25 rankings

As you probably guessed, the Arizona Wildcats are no longer in top-25 consideration following their 66-10 loss to the UCLA Bruins Saturday.

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Arizona must bounce back from rough loss to UCLA

One bad night at the Rose Bowl should not undo what has been a very promising season in Tucson.

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'Zona can't jumpstart offense, down 42-3 at half

Halftime couldn't come soon enough for the Arizona Wildcats. The UCLA Bruins offense is shredding 'Zona's defense by scoring six touchdowns in the first half of the game. All Arizona could do was score a single field goal. With his team down 42-3 at the half, Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez will have some choice words, all likely unsuitable for print, to deliver to his team.

In the first quarter, UCLA scored three unanswered touchdowns. The first of the three was an historic one for UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin. His 37-yard rush put him at the top of the Bruins' all-time rushing list, surpassing Gaston Green. Green had held the record since 1987.

Down 21-0 to start the second quarter, 'Zona allowed another UCLA touchdown to put the score at 28-0. The Wildcats finally stopped the bleeding with a field goal at the 6:47 mark. The wound would re-open three minutes later, as UCLA's Franklin scored his second touchdown of the game on a 2-yard rush. To add insult to injury, UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley completed a pass to Joseph Fauria for a 1-yard touchdown.

Going into the locker room, the hole Arizona has dug for themselves stands at 42-3.

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Arizona can't answer Bruins 3 TD's in First

Not exactly the start the Arizona Wildcats were looking for. The unranked UCLA Bruins exploded in the first quarter for three touchdowns, none of which were answered by the No. 22 Wildcats. At the close of the first quarter, the hole Arizona has dug itself is quite large, with the Bruins leading, 21-0.

The first touchdown of the game was by Bruins' running back, Johnathan Franklin. It would be an historic 37 yard run for Franklin, as he assumed the top spot as UCLA's all-time leading rusher. Following the record setting touchdown, the Wildcats allowed another rushing touchdown, this time by Bruins' quarterback, Kevin Hundley. To close out the scoring spree for UCLA was Jordan Payton on a 17 yard TD pass from Hundley.

Arizona is struggling to get anything going on offense. After the first quarter, UCLA amassed 195 yards on offense to 'Zona's 21. The Wildcats are 0-for-3 on 3rd down conversions. Quarterback Matt Scott has completed 4-of-7 passes for 19 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions.

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Arizona Vs. UCLA: TV schedule, spread and more

The Arizona Wildcats will attempt to even their Pac-12 record on Saturday when they go on the road to face UCLA.

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Wildcats prepare for showdown with Bruins

Arizona beating UCLA on Saturday could give the 'Cats full control over their fate in the South division.

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Rich Rodriguez says UCLA's QB is like a tight end

UCLA's freshman quarterback will provide a unique challenge for Arizona on Saturday.

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Arizona visits UCLA in important Pac-12 South tilt

The Wildcats have a golden opportunity to take control of the Pac-12 South race on Saturday.

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Arizona needs gang tackling against UCLA

Arizona Wildcats' head coach Rich Rodriguez said stopping UCLA Bruins' back Johnathan Franklin is about getting multiple tacklers in position.

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Rich Rodriguez pleased with Arizona upset of USC

Rich Rodriguez is happy that the Arizona Wildcats beat the USC Trojans, but knows that the team could clean up their mistakes.

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