(Eds: Updates with more details and quotes.) By JOHN MARSHALL AP College Football Writer Matt Scott entered his sophomore season as Arizona's starting quarterback, having no reason to believe it was anything but the start of three great years.
Instead, it lasted three games.
His job gone and his confidence almost shot, Scott decided to stick it out at Arizona, patiently waiting for his chance to come again.
It took more than two years, but Scott finally got it.
And, boy, did he make the most of it.
Shredding defenses with his arm and his legs, Scott developed into one of the nation's top quarterbacks his final season in the desert, securing his place in Arizona lore and possibly a spot in the NFL in a short period of time.
''Matt's played with a chip on his shoulder since we've been here and you can tell,'' said Rod Smith, Arizona's co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
''His past experiences have driven him and he told me, `coach, I'm not relinquishing anything th...