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Social media reactions of Arizona Wildcats’ win over Washington State

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Nick Foles first posted this Tweet about Arizona’s win over Washington State …

He must have felt some heat with the Eagles playing at Arizona on Sunday because he later posted this:

A Tweet from Arizona’s current quarterback, who like Foles has only one defeat this season:

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The last time Arizona shared the conference lead heading into November was in 1994. This is the first year the Wildcats have been in control of their own destiny in the conference standings heading into the month.

1994 PAC-10 STANDINGS
HEADING INTO NOVEMBER

Before games of Nov. 5, 1994
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2014 PAC-10 SOUTH STANDINGS
After UA’s win over Washington State
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History would be made if Arizona and ASU get into the Top 10 at the same time.

Davonte’ Neal gives credit for his first collegiate punt return for a touchdown.

Mind-boggling: Scooby Wright’s three sacks against Washington State matches Arizona’s season-high in 2011 when defensive end C.J. Parish tallied that amount all season.

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ARIZONA SEASON SACK LEADERS
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Forced fumbles are also part of Scooby’s snacks.

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ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He also writes articles for Bleacher Report and Lindy’s College Sports.

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