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Will the Arizona Wildcats reach the top this season?

Posted by GameSetMatch on August 19th, 2010

As the college football returns for the 2010 season, there are many questions to be answered. Today’s focus will be on the Arizona Wildcats as they try to improve on their 8-5 record from last season. The Wildcats finished 2nd in the Pac-10 only behind the Oregon Ducks. With tough difficult teams in the Pac-10 that sounds like an impressive season to me. Now the Wildcats are coming into the 2010 season looking to improve on last years’ success and try to finish the season on top as the number one team in the Pac-10.

Returning for the Widcats offense is quarterback Nick Foles, who threw for 19 touchdowns and 2,486 yards. Running backs Nic Grigsby and Keola Antolin will lead the rushing attack for the Wildcats. Helping out in the air game is returning receiver Juron Criner, who brought in 9 touchdowns with 582 receiving yards. On the defensive side of the ball the Wildcats had the 43rd ranked defense and will have the help of some talented freshmen defensive backs to help boost their defense. Freshman cornerback Shaquille Richardson and safety Marquis Flowers will have an impact on the Wildcats defense.

In all the Arizona Wildcats football team has the talent to take the Pac-10 championship this upcoming season. With their amazing fans and crowds, the Arizona Wildcats will be a team to watch this season. Wildcats Football Tickets available now. Buy Arizona Wildcats Football Tickets and fill Arizona Stadium every game. Visit this Arizona Wildcats Football Tickets site for details. All we have to do now is wait for the season to start and watch the Wildcats do damage to the Pac-10.

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One Response to “Will the Arizona Wildcats reach the top this season?”

  1. Basketball Hoop Says:

    This has been a good season for the wildcats. Wish they could have upset those ducks on friday.

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