TUCSON For Kyle Quinn, its about leaving our legacy.
It would be on so many levels. He and 20 other seniors would be part of Arizona coach Rich Rodriguezs first team defying the odds and finishing the regular season 8-4, going to a bowl game and, yes, beating Arizona State again.
Can it all happen? Friday night's Territorial Cup battle will provide the answer.
"Well play fast and play for each other, Quinn said. Its the last time as seniors we will be able to strap up in Arizona Stadium and leave our legacy.
A win over in-state rivals Arizona State would be fourth victory in the series for Quinn, a fifth-year senior; for the four-year seniors, it would mean going 3-1.
Were not looking at the record, UA senior kicker John Bonano said, we just want to go out with a win.
Arizona won last year's game 31-27 as an underdog in Tempe. This year, the Wildcats (7-4) are slight favorites on their home field over the Sun Devils (6-5).
Last year playing up there, making sure we got the ...