Arizona's report card vs. UCLA

2009-10-26T00:00:00Z Arizona's report card vs. UCLABy Sarah Trotto Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
October 26, 2009 12:00 am  • 


C Nick Foles was involved in all five of Arizona's turnovers – he threw three interceptions, committed a fumble and made a handoff that led to another fumble. He still completed 22 of 34 passes for two touchdowns and 247 yards while battling flulike symptoms.


A- Both Nicolas Grigsby and Greg Nwoko exited with shoulder injuries, but Keola Antolin and Nick Booth stepped up, as Antolin rushed for 77 yards and Booth scored the final touchdown. Arizona finished with 209 yards rushing.


B Not too flashy, but definitely solid. Juron Criner caught two touchdown passes and finished with a team-high 85 yards. Terrell Turner was the only other receiver with more than 35 yards.


A- The Wildcats didn't allow a sack and opened holes en route to 209 yards rushing.


A The Cats came up with four sacks, including three of starter Kevin Prince, and held UCLA to 65 yards rushing and 146 yards passing.


A- Arizona didn't come up with an interception, but helped prevent UCLA from scoring an offensive touchdown in a marked improvement from last week's 43-38 victory over Stanford.


C- Alex Zendejas missed a 39-yard field goal attempt, and his extra point kick was blocked after Arizona's second touchdown. Keenyn Crier averaged 43 yards on three punts.

Sarah Trotto

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