Originally written on Football Nation  |  Last updated 11/11/12
The Arizona Wildcats came into Saturday's game at home against the Colorado Buffalo's, wounded, embarrassed and angry. In what can only be described as a monumental collapse and a sheer spanking against UCLA in Westwood just 7 days prior, Rich Rod's team looked to bounce back. And bounce back they did.Usual starter under center for the Wildcats, Matt Scott sat out this contest due to a concussion. So the reigns were handed over to first time starter B.J Denker.Looking a little shaky and one might even say understandably so, the first quarter saw the Cats fall to the Buffalo's 10-7. However, after some momentum and rhythm was gained on the offensive side of the ball, Denker looked like a season vet, and the Wildcat scoreboard began to light up in their favor.The day was a momentous one not only for the Arizona team, as they trounced Colorado 56-31 after all was said and done, but more so for its superb and multi record setting performance by its star on the day, running back Ka'Deem ...
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