The running game was never got going, rushing for just 69 yards, coming on one Chris Henry run.
The defense was solid, holding the vaunted BYU offense to just 290 yards, only 26 of which came on the ground.
For Arizona it was a game of missed opportunities. The Cats caused a fumble on BYU's first play, but came away with just a field goal.
They finally got into the endzone in the third quarter when Tuitama hit Anthony Johnson on a crossing patern for a two-yard score.
BYU will look back and be frustrated by mistakes. They had one score wiped out on a offensive pass interference and an interception called back because of holding. They also had 77 yards in penalties and turned the ball over twice.
Wildcat Insider will have more game coverage up in a bit.