Arizona dominated Oregon State 44-7

Arizona blew out Oregon State 44-7 on Saturday. Read on for a complete recap of the victory.

Arizona started on its own 25 with two incomplete passes and Anu Solomon found Cayleb Jones for 14 yards.

Nate Phillips caught a four-yard pass and two plays later, David Richards had a 50-yard reception despite being held.

Nick Wilson then ran for four yards and after an incomplete pass, scored from three yards out. The extra point gave the Wildcats a 7-0 lead with 13:02 left in the first quarter. 

Arizona proceeded to force a three and out and took over on its own 27.

Wilson ran for 12 yards, but the drive took a hit when Solomon was sacked and Nick Wilson was called for a chop block.

Wilson then ran for 18 yards on a play in which he left with a shoulder injury and Jared Baker failed to convert third and short, resulting in a punt.

The Beavers got the ball on their own 20 and Jordan Villamin caught a six-yard pass. Seth Collins ran for eight yards, but Arizona made a stand and forced a punt.

Arizona got the ball on its own six and on second down, Jared Baker ran for 73 yards. Orlando Bradford ran for four yards and after an incomplete pass, a 37-yard field goal by Casey Skowron extended the lead to 10-0.

The Wildcats forced a three and out and got the ball on their own 30. After a penalty for an illegal sub, Wilson came back in and ran for one yard. 

Phillips grabbed a five-yard pass and Wilson gained 22 yards in the air. He then ran for 15 yards and Solomon hit Samajie Grant for five on the next play.

A facemask kept the drive alive for Arizona, but a few incompletions forced the Wildcats into a 27-yard field goal that put Arizona up 13-0.

Oregon State’s drive started on its 12 with a nine-yard run by Collins. Storm Barrs-Woods then ran for four yards to end the first quarter. 

On third down, Villain caught a ten-yard pass. Ryan Nall then gained six on the ground. It appeared Arizona had an interception two plays later, but a penalty gave Oregon State 15 yards.

Paul Lucas ran for four yards and Victor Bolden caught a five-yard pass. On first down, Collins hit Brandon VanderVeen for 14. He then scored on a 17-yard run as the extra point cut Arizona’s lead to 13-7 with 10:59 left in the half.

Arizona started its drive with a 70-yard pass to Johnny Jackson. On the next play, Nick Wilson scored from seven yards out as the extra point put the Wildcats up 20-7.

Oregon State got the ball on its own 25 and was called for holding on second down. Anthony Fotu then tipped a pass and intercepted it, bringing the ball to the one.

On the first play from scrimmage, Orlando Bradford ran it in and the extra point put the Wildcats up 27-7 with 9:06 left in the first half.

The Beavers went three and out and Arizona got the ball on its own 35.

Wilson ran for eight yards and then followed with runs of one, two, and five. Jones caught a four-yard and Wilson ran for two more.

Bradford gained three on the ground and two plays later, Jackson caught an eight-yard pass. After two incompletions, Richards got a first down with an 11-yard reception.

Jones then grabbed an 18-yard pass and two plays later, Bradford scored from two yards out as the extra point put Arizona up 34-7.

Oregon State got the ball on its own 10 to start the half. Barrs-Woods lost one on first down and Bolden gained five on second. Hunter Jarmon then got a first with a seven-yard catch, but the Beavers didn’t get anything else going and had to punt. 

Arizona got the ball on its own 21 and Baker gained 18 on the ground. Grant then caught an 18-yard pass and followed with a 19-yard grab. 

After a bad snap for a loss of 17 yards, Solomon found Jackson for 14 yards and Phillips for 17 and the first down.

Arizona got to third and short, but Solomon’s pass to Jamardre Cobb was too high. Skowron proceeded to make a 20-yard field goal to put the Wildcats up 37-7 with 9:25 left in the third.

After allowing a 20-yard run by Barrs-Woods, Arizona got the Beavers in a fourth down situation. Oregon State attempted a fake punt and threw an incomplete pass, as the Wildcats continued to dominate. 

Starting on the 44, Bradford ran for three yards and then added six on third down. Arizona’s drive kept going because of a facemark on the Beavers.

Baker gained 12 yards and Bradford then added two. On the next play, Bradford scored from six yards out and Arizona went up 44-7 with 4:37 left in the third. 

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