The Arizona Wildcats will try to rebound from a brutal loss to UCLA, as they play host to the lowly Colorado Buffaloes in Tucson on Saturday.
Arizona (5-4, 2-4 Pac-12) could be without quarterback Matt Scott, who is listed as questionable after suffering a concussion in the Wildcats disappointing 66-10 loss to the UCLA Bruins last Saturday. With or without Scott, they should have little trouble with a Colorado squad that is the worst team in the Pac-12.
Colorado (1-8, 1-5 Pac-12) has lost five consecutive games and is coming off a 48-0 drubbing by the Stanford Cardinal last Saturday. The Buffaloes who have been hampered by the one of the nation's worst defenses have been outscored 168-20 in their last three games. It won't get any easier for Colorado as they face Arizona's potent offense.
The Wildcats are a whopping 30.5-point favorite against Colorado, and the over/under for Saturday's game has been set at 66, according to Oddsshark.com.
Kickoff for the Wildcats' battle with the Buffaloes is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. PT on Saturday and the game will be televised on FX.