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Oh, Khalil! Arizona explodes for 4th consecutive win

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69-7? What 69-7?

Arizona beat #15 Washington State 58-37 on homecoming, behind the arm and legs for sophomore quarterback Khalil Tate.

Tate, in his third start and fourth game playing major time threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns, along with an interception. Tate ran for 146 yards, including an 82 yard run and a 48 yard touchdown run.

Running back J.J. Taylor added 152 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground, including a 79-yard run.

Colin Schooler returned one of Washington State's four interceptions for a touchdown to give Arizona a 51-30 lead, the Wildcats traded scores to end the game.

The Cougars replaced star QB Luke Falk with Tyler Hilinski after Falk failed to move the ball.

Hilinski threw two touchdowns, but four interceptions.

The Wildcats led 23-14 at half, partially behind a 57-yard field goal from freshman Lucas Havrisik.

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