vtmcdowell.jpgTucson, AZ – The Wildcats will not have a perfect season…again.  Once again the brutal non conference schedule has brought about a loss for the talented, and hungry Wildcats, this time to Virginia Tech and their Heisman candidates at QB and RB.

The first half looked good with Arizona showing a lot of prowess, and strong defense.  But a huge fumble from Joe “Bong Bong” Fulton let Virginia Tech score and take a 14-7 lead at the half.

The Wildcats could not adjust at the half as Virginia Tech held the ball and kept moving it six or seven yards at a time.  VT’s Heisman front running QBChris McDowell looked like it.  He passed 10/13 88 yards, 1 TD and ran for 55 yards,  and 1 TD.  Barrett Dixon all over again.

On the ground, VT’s RB Mark Wilson tore  up the Cat’s with 154 yards and 2 TDs.vtechcover.jpg

The two enabled Virginia Tech to hold onto the ball for almost 14 minutes, compared to SIX for the Wildcats.

Brent Robinson went 13/27 132 1 TD, but his recievers had SEVEN drops = 2 from Parrish, Jackson, Holbert, 1 from Holbert.

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