Outside of a shaky opening defensive possession, Arizona dominated the Roadrunners on both sides of the ball for a full 60 minutes.
Here were the main takeaway points from the game, as well as a few thoughts moving forward.
Denker also picked up 90 rushing yards and two more scores with his legs, toasting UTSA's unconventional 4-2-5 scheme multiple times.
Denker, who is yet to throw an interception through three games, seems to be gaining confidence by the minute right now.
Will he be able to keep it once the competition ups to likes of Washington, UCLA and Oregon?
We'll find out soon. Fortunately for him and the coaching staff, there's a bye week to continue work out any kinks that remain offensively.
Carey just bullied UTSA defenders all night long, rushing for 128 yards and two touchdowns. It almost seems impossible, but it's possible Carey is even better as a junior than he was a sophomore.
Grant had a breakout game of sorts, hauling in a team-best five passes for 48 yards and a score.
Coach Rodriguez said after the game that he felt Grant was on his way to have a big career with the Wildcats and it makes sense after playing so well on Saturday.
The Wildcats forced two more turnovers and held UTSA to just 3.5 yards per-carry.
Drew Riggleman averaged 46 yards on his four punts and pinned the Roadrunners inside the 20 three times.
Considering the competition, anything less would've been a disappointment. We should be in for another fun run in what looks to be a loaded Pac-12.