Here are a few quick takeaways the Arizona Wildcats 56-30 loss to UCLA Saturday night.
1) “Oh Snap”
-Two poor snaps by Wildcats center Cayman Bundage played a huge role in the loss. It wasn’t the only reason why Arizona got blown out. The Wildcats had three turnovers for the game, but the snaps were back breakers.
-Solomon headed to the locker room after being hit hard in the head. It appeared that he was undergoing concussion protocol. He left the game, with the Cats trailing 35-14.
3) That’s the fact Jack
-UCLA played without linebacker Myles Jack, who was lost for the season with a knee injury last week. It didn’t matter that Jack wasn’t on the field. The Wildcats offense wasn’t able to capitalize on the Bruins being short handed.
4)Perkins and Rosen
-No, they aren’t a law firm. The UCLA freshman quarterback didn’t make any mistakes and showed great poise and composure accounting for three touchdowns and 284 yards. Perkins, the former Chandler high product, had a huge night scoring three times and rolling up 85 yards.
5)Stats do lie.
-Bruins scored 28 points in the first half and put the game out of reach after the first 30 minutes, leading 42-14 at halftime. The Wildcats had 32 first downs and 450 yards(353 yds. rushing)