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Zona hosts UCLA tonight! Re-live UA QB Tate's amazing game as 17-year-old last year vs. UCLA

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After setting an FBS single-game rushing record for quarterbacks with 327 yards on the groun against Colorado, Arizona QB Khalil Tate is looking forward to taking on UCLA this Saturday.  Here's more as-seen-on KVOA News 4 Tucson.

Here's more compliments of Arizona Athletics:

Arizona Football Quick Hits:

» Both Arizona and UCLA enter Saturday’s game with 1-1 conference records in the wide open Pac-12 South Division race.

» Sophomore QB Khalil Tate has been named the national player of the week by several outlets, including the Walter Camp Football Foundation.

» Incidentally, Tate’s first collegiate appearance was against UCLA last Oct. 1. His only start came two weeks later as a 17-year old true freshman against USC on Oct. 15, 2016.

» The Wildcats seek to snap a two-game home losing streak and a five-game winless streak in the series with UCLA.

» Despite setbacks in 2013 & 2015, Arizona enjoys an 11-10 advantage against UCLA playing at Arizona Stadium.

» The Cats have won four of the last six home games in this series.

» Arizona ranks fourth nationally in rushing, averaging 319.4 yards per game.

» QBs Brandon Dawkins and Khalil Tate have produced two of the top four highest pass efficiency games in the Rich Rodriguez era over the last three games.

» UA has played 27 freshmen, including 17 true freshmen, after five games.

» The Cats’ defense has 21 three-and-outs over five games. They had 30 total over 12 games a season ago.

» Arizona ranks 6th nationally by converting 83.3 percent of its fourth down tries.

» Four true freshmen (Tony Fields II, Colin Schooler, Kylan Wilborn and Scottie Young Jr.) share the team lead for TFLs (3.0).

UCLA (3-2, 1-1 Pac-12) at Arizona (3-2, 1-1 Pac-12)

6 p.m. (MST) | Saturday, Oct. 14
Arizona Stadium | Tucson, Ariz.

Series History:
UCLA leads, 24-15-2
Last Meeting: UCLA 45, Arizona 24 (Oct. 1, 2016 at Pasadena)
Streak: UCLA has won five straight

Television: Pac-12 Network
Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein (pxp), Anthony Herron (analyst) and Lewis Johnson (reporter)
Satellite Radio: Sirius 93, XM 197 (Arizona radio call)

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