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Tracking Arizona’s snap counts and PFF grades at Colorado

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In a year full of disappointing—and sometimes downright embarrassing—performances by the Arizona Wildcats, Saturday’s 34-0 loss at Colorado was one of the worst. The second-worst analytically, according to Pro Football Focus.

The UA (0-6, 0-3 Pac-12) was given an overall grade of 52.0, just ahead of the 51.4 it got for the 38-14 home loss to San Diego State on Sept. 11. The Wildcats’ 49.9 rating on offense was their worst of the season, while the 58.5 rating the defense was given was fourth out of six games played in 2021.

Arizona had 75 gradable offensive snaps, including penalties, while the defense was on the field for 64 snaps.

Below is how many snaps each offensive and defensive player was on the field for, along with their PFF rating for the game.

Offense

  • RG Josh Baker, 75 (51.7)
  • RT Paiton Fears, 75 (43.4)
  • LT Jordan Morgan, 75 (58.5)
  • C Josh McCauley, 75 (57.8)
  • LG Donovan Laie, 59 (57.1)
  • TE Alex Lines, 53 (47.4)
  • QB Gunner Cruz, 49 (29.5)
  • WR Stanley Berryhill III, 49 (58.7)
  • WR Brian Casteel, 44 (66.7)
  • WR Boobie Curry, 39 (51.4)
  • TE Bryce Wolma, 37 (46.7)
  • RB Jalen John, 36 (73.0)
  • RB Michael Wiley, 30 (65.9)
  • QB Will Plummer, 26 (48.1)
  • WR Jalen Johnson, 19 (59.4)
  • WR Jamarye Joiner, 18 (68.3)
  • RG Matthew Stefanski Jr., 17 (46.4)
  • WR Tayvian Cunningham, 13 (55.2)
  • RB Drake Anderson, 54 (62.0)
  • WR Anthony Simpson, 11 (68.5)
  • FB Clay Markoff, 8 (56.9)
  • TE Zach Williams, 7 (50.8)
  • RB Drake Anderson, 6 (59.3)
  • RB Stevie Rocker Jr., 4 (60.5)

Defense

  • S Gunner Maldonado, 64 (46.0)
  • CB Christian Roland-Wallace, 64 (65.1)
  • S Jaxen Turner, 64 (54.6)
  • S Christian Young, 62 (58.9)
  • LB Jerry Roberts, 61 (44.1)
  • LB Anthony Pandy, 60 (55.0)
  • DL Trevon Mason, 51 (79.8)
  • DE Jalen Harris, 50 (56.1)
  • CB Isaiah Rutherford, 49 (54.6)
  • DL Kyon Barrs, 40 (87.8)
  • DE Mo Diallo, 33 (54.4)
  • LB Kenny Hebert, 27 (45.0)
  • CB Treydan Stukes, 20 (51.5)
  • DT Paris Shand, 20 (67.7)
  • DL Leevel Tatum III, 18 (92.9)
  • DL Nahe Sulunga, 10 (52.7)
  • DL Dion Wilson Jr., 5 (61.9)
  • LB Rashie Hodge, 4 (37.3)
  • LB Issaiah Johnson, 2 (50.6)