Stoops happy with win

For the second week in a row, Arizona's offense was dominant, as the Wildcats outplayed Toledo in every facet of the game.

For the second week in a row, Arizona's offense was dominant, as the Wildcats outplayed Toledo in every facet of the game.

Nic Grigsby reached the end zone three time and drew comparisons to a big time running back that Pac-10 fans are familiar with.

"He has got that Reggie Bush in him," Mike Stoops said. "He's got that instinct to cut back and make people miss. Nic has run really well.

I am really glad with the way he's been playing.We need to keep developing our backs and that is what we are going to do."

In addition, Willie Tuitama once again played with the opponent, making any throw he wanted and h having fun connecting with Mike Thomas on 11 different occasions.

"Willie Tuitama is making some good decisions," Stoops said. "You can see his maturing process as he manages the game. Willie has been very unselfish.

We are showing some good balance in our offense right now, so that is good to see."

For the second week in a row, the freshmen stepped up and produced, much to the delight of Stoops.

"Juron Criner is starting to show signs of what a great player he is," Stoops said. "Keola Antolin is the same thing. He made some great returns."

Of course, none of that could have been possible without the performance of the defense.

"Our corners' position on the football the whole night was really good," Stoops said. "The screens gave us some problems, but they're not going to kill you. We did a good job in the red zone not giving up touchdowns, and holding them to field goals."

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