News and Notes from Idaho game

Arizona knew Idaho was going to be an easy game, but nothing like this. Arizona broke or tied numerous records on Saturday and here are some news and notes that came from the game.

There were plenty of records broken and other notes from Saturday's game.

  • Arizona's 49 first half points are the most in a single half in school history. When Idaho attempted and failed on a fourth down on the 45-yard line, it seemed as if it was daring Arizona to score again.

    The Wildcats obliged and at that moment it became more obvious just how overmatched the Vandals really were.

  • The 70 points were the most in school history since 1921 and the UA could have had more. There were many fans that wanted the Wildcats to take advantage of their field position with one minute left but Arizona coach Mike Stoops called the dogs off.

    After the game, numerous players said that they felt the UA could have scored more but it was important for the squad to work on some things previous to next week's game.

  • It was shades of high school for Marquis Hundley on his 87-yard punt return for a touchdown. Hundley has not seen that type of opening in years and had a big smile on his face after the game as he was being questioned about the play.

  • No Rob Gronkowski? No problem. His brother, Chris, played well in his absence. Chris blocked very well and had his first touchdown catch, proving that he is likely capable of playing time even when his brother is back.

  • Our guess is that we saw history related to Keenyn Crier last night. His two-yard punt was and probably will be the worst punt of his life. Luckily, it led to absolutely nothing for Idaho.

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