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In the three years this site has featured this helmet-sticker blog, never have the Arizona Wildcats recorded less than two, until now.
Arizona earned only one helmet sticker — for not turning the ball over — in its 55-17 loss at Stanford on Saturday night.
One of the lone standouts in the game for the Wildcats, punter Drew Riggleman, came close to earning another sticker by having Stanford start a possession inside its 10 yard-line. Two of his punts quite didn’t make it, resulting in the Cardinal starting at its 10 and 11 yard-lines.
Drew Riggleman is the best Wildcat on the field tonight. Think about that.
— Matt Perham (@THEMattPerham) October 4, 2015
Those two possessions were among Stanford’s least productive in a game in which the Cardinal drove up and down the field. The punt to the 11 resulted in a Stanford field goal. The one to the 10 finished with Stanford’s only punt in the game early in the fourth quarter.
Riggleman averaged 48.2 yards with his six punts.
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