UCLA takes down Arizona 17-7
If you're looking for order in the Pac-12 South, UCLA's win over Arizona Saturday night didn't help your quest.
Brett Hundley passed for 189 yards and ran for 131 more as the Bruins stifled Arizona and moved into a four-way tie in the loss column for second-place in the division, joining the Wildcats, USC and the loser of the game between Utah and Arizona State.
As UCLA accumulated 461 total yards of offense, Arizona sputtered. The Wildcats had just 255 yards and were out of sync the entire night, especially in the passing game. QB Anu Solomon completed less than half of his passes and had a hard time going downfield consistently. He finished 18-47 for 175 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
Though you can argue Arizona's passing struggles were intensified by the inability to run the football. The Wildcats finished with 31 carries for just 80 yards.
Oh, and there were special teams miscues too. Casey Skowron missed one field goal and with just over two minutes left in the fourth quarter had a chance to pull Arizona within 17-10. However, his second field goal attempt was blocked, snuffing out any chance at a win for Arizona.
In addition to Hundley's 131 rushing yards, RB Paul Perkins added 78 yard and a touchdown and went over 1,000 yards for the season.
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