TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona quarterback Matt Scott has become one of the better signal callers in the college game this year and put up impressive numbers all season. The numbers weren't all there Saturday, but he did manage to lead UA to a road win over Utah, giving the Wildcats some momentum heading into Friday night's rivalry game at home against Arizona State.
Scott called it a "team win" and thanked the defense for coming through.
"I didn't feel it was that great," he said of his 12-for-27 performance for 160 yards. "It felt like my (throws) were sailing on me a lot. I don't know if it was the air."
He clearly didn't look Scott-like in his return from a concussion two weeks earlier. He had been averaging more than 300 passing yards a game coming in.
"I thought Matt was good but not the sharpest accurate-wise," said UA coach Rich Rodriguez. "He missed some throws he had made all year. But he was really sharp in the run game. He ran until he threw up."
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