caseyarmstanford2016.jpgPalo Alto, CA – The Arizona Wildcats crushed the Stanford Cardinal again in a game that highlighted some of Arizona’s talents and didn’t expose any weaknesses.

Casey Cook, with the pressure off, had an outstanding game going 12/20 for 264 yards 2 TDs and one INT. But what amazed everyone was one play (pictured) where Casey throw a ball from his own 37 yard line that landed in the endzone. He has, by far, the strongest arm in Arizona history. Unfortunately many people equate his arm strength with a retard holding a bazooka – powerful, but dangerously inaccurate.

“It was a pretty sweet throw,” said Cook after the game. “Looks like even a retard can be on target.”

Arizona’s former QB, transfer Marcus White ended up finishing his Stanford career as a backup. But Coach Stoops and Arizona’s Athletic Director do not fault the QB from Roxboro , NC for the transfer.

“He was never going NFL,” says Stoops. “He got a better degree and hopefully married his way into some rich family. That’s pretty much the sacrifice in lady quality you make.”haynesstanfordfumble2016.jpg

On the ground, Redwood Haynes carried 28 times for 177 yards and five TDs (FIVE) and has come back into the Heisman race.

“I guess being the best running back isn’t enough,” said Haynes. “Thankfully Mike B and Myles V. took care of the situation. Also, I dig Palo Alto, I could handle living up here. Although the people are kind of lame.”

Haynes also got hit harder than at any time in his career as he was absolutely popped by a Stanford defender that caused his helmet to come flying off and the ball to be jarred loose (pictured).

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