Did you know that the Arizona Wildcats lost to the Colorado Buffaloes 48-29 on senior day? Steve Physioc let us know. His partner let us know. Colorado head coach Jon Embree let us know in his postgame interview.
Really quickly, here are some stats.
Arizona, erh, Nick Foles, turned the ball over -- A LOT. Foles tried to kill his NFL draft status with four turnovers, throwing three interceptions and fumbling the ball once that was recovered by the Buffs. The Wildcats made an average-at-best quarterback in SENIOR Tyler Hansen look solid. And they gave up 181 rushing yards to running back Rodney Stewart, who, yes, is a SENIOR.
All in all, the SENIORS played great on SENIOR day for Colorado.
The Wildcats again refused to use much of its rushing game, giving 14 combined carries to Keola Antolin and Ka'Deem Carey, who averaged 6.0 and 4.1 yards per touch, respectively.
So in the end, the Buffs and their supposed 10-worst offenses put up 273 rush yards to Arizona's 60. Arizona gave up 500 total offensive yards to the Buffaloes, who hadn't scored 48 points since Nov. 23, 2007, tweeted Anthony Gimino of the Tucson Citizen.
AGWildcatReport Anthony GiminoQuick research shows CU's 48 points vs.
#arizonawildcats the most since Nov. 23, 2007, when the Buffs had 65 vs. Nebraska.