In the high altitude in Albuquerque, Matt Scott, Arizona's Houdini, made another appearance.
Voila! Or was it ta-da? Even Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez said you had to see it to believe it, adding that it was his latest and greatest (win) so far."
Did you expect anything less in a year of the-arm-is-quicker-than-the-eye moments for Scott, Arizona's senior quarterback who so often one-upped himself in this unexpected season for the Wildcats? On Saturday, he produced one last magic moment to end his college career and start this year's bowl season.
Arizona's two-minute drill, led by its senior quarterback, was so good that it scored twice to give the Wildcats an improbable no, unbelievable 49-48 win over Nevada in the New Mexico Bowl.
Scott, who finished with 369 yards and three touchdowns en route to offensive MVP honors, worked his magic at the end. He threw two touchdown passes in the final 42 seconds, with the first drive starting with less than two minutes left and the secon...