TUCSON, Ariz. -- When Tra'Mayne Bondurant and Jared Tevis went down two weeks ago with separate injuries, there was no feeling of panic or despair among the Arizona Wildcats, even while knowing they are two are of Arizona's best football players.
Instead, it was: Who's up? And let's go. In essence, UA defense coordinator Jeff Casteel said, it's why they take their reps in practice.
In stepped sophomores William Parks (6-foot-1, 191 pound) and Anthony Lopez (5-11, 208), two seldom-used players who stepped right in and did their jobs.
"Parks is like my little brother, and I'm proud of him because of the two performances he put up," said Bondurant, Arizona's resident be-everywhere playmaker who suffered a concussion against Utah. "He's been waiting for that (moment), and I've been telling him it's going to come. He got his chance and stepped up."
And in a big way, picking off a Colorado pass deep in Arizona territory with...