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Wildcats moving on from UCLA loss

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Kevin Gemmell

    [​IMG]The Arizona Wildcats will look to put last week's debacle at UCLA behind them and make a push for bowl eligibility when they host Colorado this weekend.Chances are, they'll pick up win No. 6 against a Colorado squad that has dropped five straight and has allowed an average of 52 points per game during that stretch. Still, there were all sorts of problems for the Wildcats against the Bruins.“We certainly didn't play well in any of the three phases," said Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez.

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    Betcha AZ is glad to have a breather. I'm guessing their 4-deep roster/walk-on will play in the 3rd or 4th quarter.
     

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