mylesucla2017.jpgTucson, AZ – The Arizona Wildcats continue their climb back to respectability with another blowout of UCLA in Tucson. The Wildcats were simply too much on offense and on defense for a Bruin team that seems to just be heading downward.

Brent Robinson, after his horrible horrible game against Stanford came right back going 15/24 for 374 yards and four touchdowns. The reason the yardage was so high was that receivers, including Allan Barron, would catch the ball and break tackles from UCLA’s terrible secondary.

“Yeah, they were pretty bad,” said Robinson. “They are young and learning, and stuff, but man, they are lame.”

Ryan Parrish had another great game, catching six balls for 198 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively, we might be getting a sign of great things to come out of Ben Bray, a redshirt freshman who had 7 tackles, including 2 TFLs. Xavier Henderson pulled in two picks, and Jon Floyd found the endzone AGAIN but this time with an INT brought all the way back.

And, like clockwork, Nick Robinson registered another sack. Making a strong case for All American status.

But the game itself was exceptionally borning, it was a total wildcat domination. Booster Myles V. was in attendance and tried to keep the team humble.holbert2017ucla.jpg

“I saw him in the endzone after I scored,” said Floyd. “He was pretty pissed that I was celebrating. He said that I can’t celebrate until we’re #1, undefeated, and reigning national champs. He said, one loss makes you a loser, three makes you an asshole. I really felt like a jerk.”