By JOHN MARSHALL
AP College Football Writer
TUCSON, Ariz. - Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez spent last week telling his players that in order to make the program relevant again, they'd need to beat a ranked team.
The Wildcats did just that by rolling over No. 18 Oklahoma State 59-38 on Saturday and moved into The Associated Press poll the next day at No. 24, their first ranking in nearly two years.
Once relevance arrived, the Wildcats greeted it with a shrug.
"It's kind of nice, I guess," Rodriguez said. "We didn't talk much about us being ranked, but just staying glued to the process. Doing what we like to call keeping the main thing the main thing.'"
The thing for Rodriguez is to make the most of what he's got, which has worked so far.
Coaching a team that doesn't have a lot of size or depth, Rodriguez has coaxed the Wildcats into a 2-0 start by getting them to play hard and fast.
Led by fifth-year senior Matt Scott, Arizona's offense has been nearly unstoppable, ranking secon...