In a game that may have been closer than some thought it would be, Arizona defeated UCLA 29-21 on Saturday.
The Arizona offense was able to come up with 582 yards total yards, but made a few mistakes that led to the Wildcats not reaching the end zone.
One week after a dominating performance against Washington, Scott played well but struggled a bit in the second half.
He finished with 318 yards with one touchdown and interception while also rushing for 77 more.
Keola Antolin did a great job of pacing the offense with 11 yards and a touchdown, but the biggest play of the game came on special teams when Jake Fischer came up with a first down on a fake punt.
The UA defense held the Bruins to only 72 yards rushing, as UCLA usually averages much more than that.
With the win, the Stanford game next weekend becomes that much bigger, depending on the result of the USC-Oregon game.
Arizona defeats UCLA
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