Two games in for the Arizona Wildcats, and it seemed like there were more questions about this year’s team than there were in the offseason.
After starting the season 0-2 and being outscored 73-41, the Wildcats bounced back, beating Southern Utah 62-31.
Khalil Tate, who had struggled early in the season, was a very efficient 13/20 for 349 yards and five touchdowns. He had four rushes for 19 yards.
Shun Brown and Tony Ellison led the way for the receivers, combining for nine catches, 208 yards and three touchdowns.
Colin Schooler led the defense with nine tackles and had two tackles for loss.
The 1-2 Wildcats now take to the road to open Pac-12 play against Oregon State. The Beavers are coming off a 37-35 loss to Nevada.