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Sunday Hangover: Reactions and more after Arizona drops second straight Pac-12 conference matchup against Stanford

Arizona football appears to be at a crossroads. The Wildcats need to make adjustments after suffering a 55-17 thrashing against No. 18 Stanford in their first Pac-12 conference road game. 

Quarterback Anu Solomon did not travel with the team due to concussion symptoms, which meant backups Jerrard Randall and Brandon Dawkins taking all of the snaps. 

The Stanford defense clobbered any hope of rushing offense produced by Arizona. Running Nick Wilson carried the ball for just 46 yards on 17 carries. Randall added 67 yards on nine carries. 

At the same time, the Stanford offense with Kevin Hogan at the reigns could basically do whatever it wanted, scoring 55 total points and 570 yards on the offensive side of the ball. 

Players of the Game

Offense-Johnny Jackson, 5 catches for 84 yards and a touchdown

Defense-Jamar Allah, 11 total tackles, team high

Arizona Daily Wildcat

FINAL: No. 18 Stanford runs over Arizona 55-17

Daily Star

Hansen: Cats helpless to stop Stanford in blowout loss

Cats have real tough time of it against Stanford

Photos: No. 18 Stanford 55, Arizona 17


Nearly perfect Kevin Hogan leads Stanford to 55-17 blowout over Arizona

Arizona Athletics

Wildcats drop second straight at Stanford

Post Game Notes


Arizona football blasted for second consecutive week as No. 18 Stanford rolls

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