lamarmeyers2015ucla.jpgTucson, AZ – The Arizona Wildcats are scoring like crazy, the hung another half century on a weak Pac Ten opponent.  But with Oregon’s defense ranked #188 and the team an impressive 2-6, this was not much of a surprise.

Redwood Haynes carried 26 times for 126 yards and four touchdowns (again), and became the Arizona single season record holder for touchdowns in a season.

“It means a lot to me to hold both records,” said Haynes after the game.  “But none of it means as much as people switching to compact flourescent bulbs from regular lightbulbs.  Yeah, they’re more expensive but you save in energy costs in the long and it helps the environment.  I also want to give a shoutout to the Sierra Club in Eugene, sorry about destroying your team, but never give up the fight.”

The other offensive surprise was Casey Cook who went 15/23 for 345 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions.  Though Cook looked incredible, most would say that Oregon’s cornerbacks all of whom were rated in the red, could not cover even the most basic fly pattern.

“I like it when there isn’t much pressure,” said Cook after the game.  “When I get pressured, well, you know.”parrishucla2015.jpg

The Freshman WR Ryan Parrish had 4 catches for 140 yards and 2 touchdowns, and many are thinking he could be the next in the great line of Wide Recievers at Arizona…when Brent Robinson takes over.

But the bigger surprise was that Arizona recievers dropped five passes, including JR Haynes who dropped two.

“I don’t know what got into me,” said Haynes after the game.  “I had to fly back to Canada to vote in our provincial election and I just couldn’t stop thinking about the NDP.”

Defensively, Maurice Hurst had another interception, and Nick Robinson had a sack-continuing to make his case for Freshman All-American status.

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