Arizona plays poorly in loss

Arizona took the trip to Iowa in hopes of a win. Instead, it came out with a 27-17 loss and plenty of questions.

Arizona took the trip to Iowa in hopes of a win.

Instead, it came out with a 27-17 loss and plenty of questions.

Arizona will have to look at the tape and decide on the starting quarterback, but it seems obvious that Nick Foles is now the guy.

Matt Scott never found a rhythm and played poorly all day. While he had a decent first half, he truly came apart in the second.

In the third quarter, he had three straight passes in which he did not come within five yards of a receiver.

At that point, it was obvious that Scott had lost his confidence and a QB without confidence is basicaly irrelevant to a team's success.

The defense, for the most part, played well. However, it was definitely on the field too long and it showed towards the end of the game, when Iowa had an eight minute drive that the Wildcats could do nothing about.

It seemed that not much could go right for Arizona, as evidenced by the fake field goal that failed miserably.

If Arizona is going to win football games, it needs to get better at executing in times of needs.

Now, the Wildcats will once again go on the road to face Oregon State in somewhat of a must win game.

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