I have seen that before.
FWIW. Michigan doesn't seem inclined to get re-involved.
I have seen that before.
I've never seen over 150 by a team before. Unreal.
In Tucson as we speak and flying back home tomorrow.
I am happy for RichRod. Who knows maybe we face him in the Rose Bowl sooner than anybody could have believed or possibly imagined.
Edit: not at the game just following the action.
That ought to give us an idea of where the Cats stand.
Keep an eye on that one, maybe Vince Lombarti can help him in zona...
Before expansion UofA was the only PAC 10 school to have never made a Rose appearance and I hope it stays that way. Go Devils!
to be an Arizona fan right now.
Arizona at Oregon
So RR can coach with a DC he trusts and a QB not named Sheridan or Threat.
I don't know what Rich Rod did, but the eye test is telling me this Arizona team would have beaten 2008 Michigan by 30. There's no way they have more talent coming off of a 4-8 season than we did, right?
No really... wtf?
This Arizona team is much more talented than 2008 Michigan.
On offense, Matt Scott is currently a better passer than every version of Denard we've seen (including his present improvements). He's basically like a more mature version of Forcier. Tonight he was 28/41 for 320 yards with 2 TDs and 0 Ints. He always seems to make the right decisions in the passing game. They also have a running back who is an all-purpose threat. The offensive line seems a little shoddy in the run game, but 2008 Michigan was even worse (let's not think about the current version, either).
On defense, there is no Graham. However, they seem to have a lot of ninjas and enough depth to rotate. Rodriguez is playing more than 20 players on defense every game. The defensive backs are pretty physical, and they made three interceptions tonight. Michigan would probably take about half of UA's current defense and start at least three of them, particularly in the secondary. They even have a walk-on safety who plays physical and always seems to make tackles in the open field. He might have better hands than Kovacs, too.
The 2008 defense is probably a step above Arizona's current defense, but Arizona's offense is somewhere around 2010 Michigan. I easily give Arizona the overall edge.
Arizona won despite giving up 636 (!) yards of offense.
Rich Rod has finally realized his dream of making defense completely optional.
True that, but OK State has a pretty potent offense. What's surprising is that RR hung 59 points on a team that looked pretty darn good last year.
Well, you're half right. Their offense was very good last year. Their defense not so much, ranking 107 in total defense last year.
personality and DNA suits the underdog role. It's like he's better at driving the General Lee rather than a Porsche. If you ain't first, you're last.
Most teams are going to lose on the road with a frosh QB when they turn the ball over 4 times and have 150+ yds in penalties.
I'm rooting for RR anyhow.
Lost to Sacramento State at home in Boulder. Who ever heard of Sacramento State?