NCAA Game Summary - Washington at Arizona|
(Saturday, October 20)
Final Score: Arizona 52, Washington 17
Tucson, AZ (Sports Network) - Matt Scott threw for 256 yards and four
touchdowns as the Arizona Wildcats crushed the Washington Huskies, 52-17,
in a Pac-12 Conference clash.
Scott, who also scored once on the ground, converted 14-of-22 passes and was
picked off once as the Wildcats (4-3, 1-3 Pac-12) snapped a three-game slide.
Ka'Deem Carey accounted for a game-high 172 yards and a score on the ground as
well for the hosts.
The Huskies (3-4, 1-3), losers of three in a row, were paced by Keith Price
who hit on 29-of-52 passes for 256 yards and a score, but he was also picked
off twice and sacked four times on the night. Austin Seferian-Jenkins caught
eight passes for a career-high 110 yards and a touchdown.
Washington actually scored the first points of the night as kicker Travis
Coons knocked through a 43-yard field goal at the 9:49 mark of the first
quarter, but from there the Wildcats rattled off 24 straight points to surge
ahead and set the tone for the rest of the meeting.
Just two minutes after that field goal by the Huskies, Scott connected with
David Richards on a 27-yard TD strike, followed by a 24-yard field goal by
Arizona kicker John Bonano and a one-yard TD run by Scott to make the score
Late in the second frame Scott hooked up with Garic Wharton on a 33-yard TD
With 3:41 remaining in the first half Price and Seferian-Jenkins combined on a
six-yard TD pass play to cut the deficit to 24-10.
A flurry of action closed out the second quarter as Scott found Austin Hill
for a 53-yard TD for the hosts, while Bishop Sankey's one-yard TD run for the
Huskies with 13 seconds to play before the break made the score 31-17.
Arizona put the game away in the third as Scott tossed a 17-yard TD pass to
Hill and Richard Morrison was credited with a 63-yard punt return for a score
The only points of the fourth quarter came courtesy of Carey who hit the end
zone on a two-run run to provide the Wildcats with the comfortable 35-point
margin of victory.
Washington, which was penalized 10 times for 100 yards, allowed 533 yards in
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