Found December 11, 2012 on
Rick Scuteri-US PRESSWIRE
The Wildcats are quite the offensive force and a team from the Mountain West conference is not going to slow them down. Arizona opens the game as one of the biggest favorites of the entire postseason (10-points).
The main reason why is because Nevada has not seen the team speed in Arizona, and speed always kills when the competition takes step up.
Quarterback Matt Scott has put together a fine season, but this whole offense is carried by the leading rusher in America.
The Wildcats as a team are averaging the 15th best at 230.42 yards per game, but this superstar running back is the true stud.
Leading America in rushing at 146 yards per game is impressive and many forget that is still just the first season for Rich Rodriguez in Tucson.
Arizona will only improve in time and their receivers have truly helped out the No. 7 offense in America (521.83 YPG).
Dan Buckner and Austin Hill are a dynamic pair of receivers that are respectable among the BCS ranks, and N...
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TUCSON, Ariz. -- No matter what happened last season severely injured knee, pain-staking rehabilitation nothing was going to stop Jake Fischer from playing his junior year at Arizona.
The situation in his knee was far less painful than having to sit and watch his team play, knowing deep down he could have -- and would have -- helped.
Thats the toughest thing -- to watch your...
Arizona comes into the game as heavy favorites and many believe Arizona has far too much offensive firepower to get upset.
The New Mexico Bowl is never looked at as one of the better bowls since the talent is questionable at best, but both teams have a lot of future talent.
Nevada is similar to...
(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...
Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Arizona Wildcats
Dec. 15, 1 p.m., ESPN
University Stadium (Albuquerque, N.M.)
Line: Arizona -7.5
Behind dynamic quarterback Matt Scott and first-year Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez’s Spread ‘n’ Shread offense, the Wildcats find themselves back in a bowl game. Waiting for them in the Land of Enchantment: Nevada, led by veteran “Pistol Chris”...
The college football bowl season kicks off Saturday with a doubleheader led off by the Gildan New Mexico Bowl pitting the Mountain West Conference’s Nevada Wolfpack against the Arizona Wildcats of the Pac-12.
There figure to be fireworks aplenty in Albuquerque as these two teams possess among the best offenses—and worse defenses—in the nation.
Arizona (7-5, 4-5) started off...
Nevada vs. Arizona University Stadium, Albuquerque, NM Saturday, December 15th, 1:00 PM on ESPN
If you enjoyed the craziness that was the 2011 Alamo Bowl between Baylor and Washington - 123 points and 1,397 yards combined - this might be your best shot of seeing a similar game this year. Arizona and Nevada are both offensive minded teams that rank among the worst in the FBS...