Arizona fell 49-35 to USC on Saturday night, and while the result was disappointing there were still some positives to the game. Arizona will not win the Pac-12 South, but they showed that even in a game where they made multiple mistakes that they could go toe to toe with one of the top teams in the Pac-12.
There are concerns. They struggled on offense in the first half, and wore down on defense, but Khalil Tate showed that even when he does not play his best, he can still be a difference maker.
In the podcast I breakdown what went right and what went wrong against USC, what is wrong with Pac-12 refs and four hour games, and what the Wildcats’ goals will be from here on out. Listen to it in the embedded media player below: