Toledo coach Tom Amstutz knows full well that Saturday's game with Arizona is going to be a difficult one.
Amstutz had an opportunity to talk with the media about the game and other topics and voiced how impressed he was with the UA.
"I'm very impressed with them," he said. "Their talent on both sides of the ball definitely stood out. That game could have been 100-0. They had control of the game, both sides of the ball, and were very impressive."
One of the more impressive aspects of the Wildcats is the dominant offense that they have developed.
"Their offense is outstanding," Amstutz said. "They have a lot of veteran's back, starting with the quarterback. He's outstanding. Their wide receivers are very talented and quick, and then they ran the ball very well against Idaho.
That makes it a very difficult offense to prepare for when they can run the ball, throw it, and throw screens the way that they do."
Due to the power of Arizona's offense, Amstutz knows that the offense, specifically the receivers, is going to have to step up.
"Our two receivers are Nick Moore and Stephen Williams," he said. "Stephen is coming off a year in which he had over 1000 yards in receptions and he's working hard. Those two players are two of the players that are gonna have to step up and make plays in order to give us a chance against Arizona's fine defense."
Amstutz concerned about Arizona
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