Interim head coach Tim Kish, at 57 years old, has never been a head coach at any level. Kinda weird, right? Anyway, it'll be interesting to see if he gets the Wildcats to come out guns drawn -- metaphorically, of course.
The Wildcats (1-5) definitely could use a win to get the negativity off their backs, but UCLA has pressure behind it to win as well.
So I suppose it comes down to whether a loosey goosey Arizona squad will have an advantage against the Bruins, who might have a sense of urgency on head coach Rick Neuheisel's end. With injured quarterback Richard Brehaut out, back-up Kevin Prince will (again) have his chance to
shine not completely suck.
Another interesting piece of the quarterback situation is this: Should Prince struggle, the back-up QB is freshman Brett Hundley of Chandler High School, an athletic and talented guy likely (I would assume) playing in front of some friends and family.
Arizona has a good chance to put up some points against an inconsistent Bruins' defense, and it should hold its own defending UCLA's passing game. But the Wildcats should worry about bruising running back Derrick Coleman and little-man Jonathan Franklin helping him out in the backfield.
We're out like Mike Stoops' gameday visor.