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Football Notebook: Five stats that defined the game

The Arizona Wildcats came into their Friday night matchup with Colorado coming off their biggest win of the season. Colorado came in after suffering their most humiliating loss of the season, blowing a large lead to  Oregon State at home, which was the Buffaloes third-straight loss after starting the season 5-0. Something had to give, and the game did not disappoint, as the scoreboard operator had a busy night. Here are the five stats that defined the game on Friday night: Read more

Skinner's Winners: Week 10 picks

Alabama - LSU, Penn State - Michigan, and Tom Brady hosting Aaron Rodgers is what I am going to be watching this weekend, as should you. The combination of historic southern and northern conference rivalries being bookended by the two of the best quarterbacks to ever spin a pigskin wrapping up the weekend will have your couch suffering from permanent indentation after the hours upon hours of vegetation that will occur over the next couple of days. If you get in trouble for being a lazy slob, just blame it on me.  Read more

Arizona Football Preview: Friday Night Lights Part. 2

Arizona is no longer a one-man wrecking crew, and it’s definitely for the best. Taylor ranks third in the FBS, averaging 175.44 all-purpose yards per game. He’ll largely be counted on as Arizona’s primary back, again, this week after fellow ball carrier Gary Brightwell suffered an ankle injury in the onslaught of the Ducks.  Read more

Recap: Homecoming turns into home cooking for Wildcats

The Wildcats weren’t satisfied, as they continued to pressure the Ducks, making sure that the upset they worked so hard for was going to come to fruition, as Shun Brown’s 27-yard touchdown catch from Tate and ensuing celebration all but extended the Homecoming celebrations. Read more