Arizona rolls in opener

Arizona got off to a blazing start this season with a 41-2 win over Toledo Friday night.

Toledo kept it close for a little bit.

In the end, Arizona was just better.

Nick Foles threw for 360 yards and had three touchdowns, as the Rockets simply had no answer for Arizona's passing game.

David Douglas caught the first touchdown of the game when Foles found him in the back of the end zone with a perfect pass.

He completed five passes for 58 yards on the first drive and it was impressive to say the least.

Grigsby then scored on a 36-yard run in which he broke a couple ankles and Derek Earls followed it with an interception that led to a Foles one yard touchdown run that seemingly ended the game.

Juron Criner later added a score and finished with 11 catches for 187 yards, confirming what Arizona fans have known for a while.

The defense was a bright spot for the Wildcats, as it held Austin Dantin to 103 yards and the Rockets to 80 yards rushing as a team.

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