Final Score: N/A
Passing ruled the day at Arizona’s spring game. However, that was the one area that critics were the least concerned with.
Nick Foles, Matt Scott, and Bryson Beirne each saw a heavy dosage of action in Arizona’s spring game, combing for 39 passes in the 60-play scrimmage.
Each player threw for over 100 yards and at least one touchdown, connecting with 13 different receivers on the day. Beirne tacked on an additional touchdown pass before it was all said and done, leading the team with two.
The running game was practically non-existent, though. Sophomore Daniel Jenkins carried the ball eight times but only gained 35 yards. Foles had the second most rushing yards with 20.
Arizona’s defense only stopped five drives and converted just one turnover during Mike Stoop’s 60-play scrimmage.
Safety Marquis Flowers led the charge for the Wildcats, jarring four tackles and breaking up two passes.
Defensive tackle Sione Tuihalamaka also exerted some dominance on the field, pulling in four tackles and notching a sack.
Overall, Arizona’s defense didn’t play that awful, but, allowing four touchdowns proves that they still need a ton of improvement before opening day.