TUCSON, Ariz. -- It took seven games last year, but Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez got what he called "probably the most complete game we played" from the Wildcats in an impressive rout of Washington a season ago.
Now, can he get a repeat performance?
Technically, Arizona would need 500-plus yards in total offense, a defensive performance that would turn out to be its best of the season, three-plus turnovers and, in general, complete domination. Last year's game, a 52-17 blowout in Tucson, featured Arizona's largest margin of victory over Washington in series history.
"It's a different year and a different team, (but) we're not going up there to play close," Rodriguez said. "We're trying to win a game."
A win would put Arizona at 4-0 for the first time since 2010. But first things first.
In order to beat Washington, Arizona must contain Washington, and to do that, the Wildcats must get to Huskies senior quarterback Keith Price and stop running back Bishop Stankey.
Last year, UA...