2019 Arizona Wildcats football
ConferencePac-12 Conference
DivisionSouth Division
2019 record4–8 (2–7 Pac-12)
Head coach
Offensive coordinatorNoel Mazzone (2nd season)
Offensive schemeSpread
Defensive coordinatorMarcel Yates (4th season, first 8 games)
Chuck Cecil (interim season)
Base defense4–2–5
Captain
Home stadiumArizona Stadium
(Capacity: 50,782)
Uniform
Seasons
← 2018
2020 →
2019 Pac-12 Conference football standings
Conf Overall
Team   W   L     W   L  
North Division
No. 5 Oregon x$   8 1     12 2  
California   4 5     8 5  
Washington   4 5     8 5  
Oregon State   4 5     5 7  
Washington State   3 6     6 7  
Stanford   3 6     4 8  
South Division
No. 16 Utah x   8 1     11 3  
USC   7 2     8 5  
Arizona State   4 5     8 5  
UCLA   4 5     4 8  
Colorado   3 6     5 7  
Arizona   2 7     4 8  
Championship: Oregon 37, Utah 15
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2019 Arizona Wildcats football team represented the University of Arizona in the 2019 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The season marked the Wildcats' 120th season. They played their home games at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, Arizona (for the 91st year) and competed as members of the South Division (9th season) in the Pac-12 Conference (42nd overall season). They were led by second-year head coach Kevin Sumlin. They finished the season 4–8, 2–7 in Pac-12 play to finish in last place in the South Division.

Defensive coordinator Marcel Yates was fired after eight games due to a poor defensive performance by the team. He was hired to be the defensive backs coach at California in 2020.

Previous season

Main article: 2018 Arizona Wildcats football team

Offseason

The Wildcats have 12 senior graduates only graduated players noted until spring practice. As well as one junior who would choose to forgo their senior season in pursuit of an early NFL career. The Wildcats would lose 14 more players from the 2018 team due to various reasons. Notable departures from the 2018 squad included.

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
P. J. Johnson #52 DT 6'4 335 RS Junior Sacramento, CA Declared for 2019 NFL Draft
Layth Friekh #58 OL 6'5 297 RS Senior Glendale, AZ Graduated/2019 NFL Draft
Shawn Poindexter #19 WR 6'5 218 RS Senior Peoria, AZ Graduated/2019 NFL Draft
Dylan Klumph #42 P 6'3 229 RS Senior Malibu, CA Graduated
Josh Pollack #30 PK 5'10 184 RS Senior Highland Park, IL Graduated
Jake Glatting #18 P 6'3 221 RS Senior Phoenix, AZ Graduated
Tim Hough #8 CB 5'11 195 RS Senior Detroit, MI Graduated
Dereck Boles #99 DT 6'2 306 RS Senior Kingston, Jamaica Graduated
Matt Thomas #90 DT 6'1 278 RS Senior Tucson, AZ Graduated
Nick Reinhardt #49 LS 6'1 241 RS Senior Scottsdale, AZ Graduated
Tony Ellison #9 WR 5'11 189 RS Senior Granite Bay, CA Graduated
Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles #6 S 6'2 209 Senior Tucson, AZ Graduated
Shun Brown #6 WR 5'10 188 Senior Shreveport, LA Graduated
Jamie Nunley #85 TE 6'5 230 RS Sophomore Murrieta, CA Medically retirement
Jacob Colacion #34 LB 6'1 218 RS Sophomore La Habra, CA Medically retirement

Recruiting

See also: American football positions, Glossary of American football, and Recruiting (college athletics)

The 2019 football recruiting cycle was the first in which the NCAA authorized two signing periods for high school seniors in that sport. In addition to the traditional spring period starting with National Signing Day in February 2019, a new early signing period was introduced, with the first such period falling from December 19, 2018.

US college sports recruiting information for high school athletes
Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight Commit date
Jalen Curry
WR
Houston, TX St. Pius X HS 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 197 lb (89 kg) Dec 19, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 82
Grant Gunnell
QB
Houston, TX St. Pius X HS 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 213 lb (97 kg) Jun 6, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 80
Bobby Wolfe
CB
Houston, TX James Madison HS 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Dec 19, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 78
Jaden Mitchell
WR (LQ)
Las Vegas, NV Desert Oasis HS 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Apr 28, 2017 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 78
Jamari Williams
OG
Fort Lauderdale, FL Cardinal Gibbons HS 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 295 lb (134 kg) Nov 1, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 77
Jalen Johnson
WR
Corona, CA Eleanor Roosevelt HS 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 170 lb (77 kg) Jul 14, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 77
Kwabena Watson
LB
Fresno, CA Edison HS 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 201 lb (91 kg) Jun 24, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 77
Josh Donovan
OT
College Station, TX Trinity Valley CC (JC) 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 325 lb (147 kg) Nov 25, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 76
Myles Tapuosa
DT
Salt Lake City, UT Eastern Arizona College (JC) 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 320 lb (150 kg) Nov 27, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 76
Jaxen Turner
S
Moreno Valley, CA Rancho Valley HS 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Oct 21, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 75
Kane Bradford
DT
Dallas, TX Skyline HS 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 270 lb (120 kg) Jun 24, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 75
Michael Wiley
RB
Houston, TX Strake Jesuit College Prep 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 175 lb (79 kg) May 26, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 75
Chris Roland
ATH
Palmdale, CA William J. "Pete" Knight HS 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Jul 29, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 74
Eddie Siaumau
S
Pago Pago, AS Leone High School 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Jul 28, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 74
Trevon Mason
DT
Arlington, TX Navarro College (JC) 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 290 lb (130 kg) Nov 25, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 74
Derrion Clark
DE
Dallas, TX South Oak Cliff HS 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 237 lb (108 kg) Jun 23, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 74
Jordan Morgan
OT
Tucson, AZ Marana HS 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 265 lb (120 kg) Jun 14, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 73
Kyle Ostendorp
K
Phoenix, AZ Desert Vista HS 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 195 lb (88 kg) May 21, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 72
Paiton Fears
OT
Hutchinson, KS Hutchinson CC (JC) 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 325 lb (147 kg) Dec 18, 2018 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   Rivals:
   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 72
Kyon Barrs
DT
Murrieta, CA Murrieta Mesa HS 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 285 lb (129 kg) May 17, 2019 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   RivalsN/A   247Sports:
   ESPN:
   ESPN grade: 72
Overall recruiting rankings:
  • ‡ Refers to 40 yard dash
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height, weight and 40 time.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

  • "Arizona Football Commitment List". Rivals.com. Retrieved May 17, 2019.
  • "2019 Player Commitments – Arizona". ESPN.com. Retrieved May 17, 2019.
  • "2019 Team Ranking". Rivals.com. Retrieved May 17, 2019.

Transfers

Outgoing

Name No. Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown New school
Kurtis Brown #44 DT 6'1" 291 RS-Junior Bakersfield, CA Fresno State Bulldogs
Nathan Eldridge #75 OL 6'3" 292 RS-Senior Anthem, AZ Oregon State Beavers
Michael Eletise #47 OL 6'3" 323 RS-Junior Honolulu, HI Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
K'Hari Lane #11 QB 6'1" 222 RS-Freshman Montezuma, GA Hutchinson Community College
Sammy Morrison #27 CB 5'10" 177 RS-Senior Leesburg, VA San Diego State Aztecs
Antonio Parks #4 CB 5'10" 204 RS-Junior New Orleans, LA UTSA Roadrunners
Isaiah Hayes #21 S 6'0 191 Junior Los Angeles, California Louisville Cardinals
Geno Albini #66 LS 5'11 213 RS Freshman Austin, Texas Texas Tech Red Raiders
Azizi Hearn #20 CB 6'1 193 RS Freshman Oceanside, California Wyoming Cowboys
DeVaughn Cooper #7 WR 5'10 175 RS Sophomore Los Angeles, California UTEP Miners
Brandon Leon #38 RB 5'8" 213 RS-Senior Goodyear, AZ TBD
Thiyo Lukusa #70 OL 6'5" 308 RS-Junior Traverse City, MI TBD
Anthony Mariscal #38 RB 5'10" 212 RS-Senior Bakersfield, CA TBD
Sione Taufahema #94 DT 6'1" 339 RS-Senior Mission Hills, CA TBD
Jailen Bailey #83 WR 5'10" 163 Freshman San Diego, CA San Diego Mesa College

Incoming

Name No. Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Prev. school
Josh Donovan #56 OT 6'5" 325 2019 College Station, TX Trinity Valley Community College
Myles Tapusoa #99 DT 6'2" 320 2019 Salt Lake City, UT Eastern Arizona College
Trevon Mason #90 DT 6'3" 290 2019 Arlington, TX Navarro College
Paiton Fears #74 OT 6'5" 325 2019 Hutchinson, KS Hutchinson Community College
Zach Lord #75 OT 6'10" 265 2019 Liberty Hill, TX Dallas Baptist University
Samari Springs #29 S 6'0" 189 2019 Ashburn, VA Richmond Spiders

Position key

Back B Center C Cornerback CB Defensive back DB
Defensive end DE Defensive lineman DL Defensive tackle DT End E
Fullback FB Guard G Halfback HB Kicker K
Kickoff returner KR Offensive tackle OT Offensive lineman OL Linebacker LB
Long snapper LS Punter P Punt returner PR Quarterback QB
Running back RB Safety S Tight end TE Wide receiver WR

Returning starters

Offense

Indicates player was a starter in 2018 but missed all of 2019 due to injury.

Spring game

The 2019 Wildcats had spring practice in March 2019. The 2019 Arizona football spring game took place in Tucson, AZ on April 13, 2019 at 6:00 pm MT with the Defense team beating the Offense team 87–30.

Preseason

Award watch lists

Listed in the order that they were released

Award Player Position Year
Lott Trophy[1] Colin Schooler LB JR
Maxwell Award[2] Khalil Tate QB SR
J. J. Taylor RB RS JR
Bednarik Award[3] Colin Schooler LB JR
Davey O'Brien Award[4] Khalil Tate QB SR
Doak Walker Award[5] J. J. Taylor RB RS JR
John Mackey Award[6] Bryce Wolma TE JR
Rimington Trophy[7] Josh McCauley C RS SR
Butkus Award[8] Tony Fields II LB JR
Colin Schooler LB JR
Bronko Nagurski Trophy[9] Colin Schooler LB JR
Wuerffel Trophy[10] Malcolm Holland CB RS JR
Polynesian College Football Player Of The Year Award[11] Donovan Laie OL SO
Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award[12] Khalil Tate QB SR
Manning Award[13] Khalil Tate QB SR

Pac-12 Media Day

The 2019 Pac-12 Media Day was held on July 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Arizona head coach Kevin Sumlin, quarterback Khalil Tate, and running back J. J. Taylor were in attendance to field questions from the media.

In the 2019 Pac-12 preseason media poll, Arizona was voted to finish in fifth place in the South Division.[14]

Media poll (South Division)
Predicted finish Team Votes (1st place)
1 Utah 206 (33)
2 USC 167 (2)
3 Arizona State 118
UCLA 118
5 Arizona 85
6 Colorado 46

Preseason All-Pac-12 teams

The Wildcats had 2 players at 2 positions selected to the preseason All-Pac-12 teams.

Personnel

Coaching staff

Name Position Year at Arizona Alma mater
Kevin Sumlin Head Coach 2nd Purdue
Noel Mazzone Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2nd New Mexico
Chuck Cecil Defensive Coordinator/Safeties 1st Arizona
Taylor Mazzone Assistant coach/Outside Receivers 2nd East Carolina
Greg Patrick Assistant coach/Defensive Backs/Line 1st
Kyle DeVan Assistant coach/Offensive Line 1st Oregon State
Hank Hobson Assistant coach/Linebackers 1st Arizona
DeMarco Murray Assistant coach/Running Backs 1st Oklahoma
Theron Aych Assistant coach/Inside wide receivers 3rd Northern State
Jeremy Springer Tight Ends/Special teams 2nd UTEP
Brian Johnson Strength and Conditioning 2nd LSU

Roster

2019 Arizona Wildcats Football

Quarterbacks

  • 4 Rhett Rodriguez - Junior (6'0, 186)
  • 12 Kevin Doyle – Sophomore (6'3, 210)
  • 13 Luke Ashworth – Sophomore (6'0, 197)
  • 14 Khalil Tate - Senior (6'2, 215)
  • 15 Cameron Fietz –
    Freshman (6'1, 192)
  • 17 Grant GunnellFreshman (6'5, 222)

Running Backs

  • 6 Michael Wiley – Freshman (5'11, 186)
  • 20 Darrius Smith –
    Freshman (5'9, 175)
  • 21 J. J. Taylor -
    Junior (5'6, 180)
  • 23 Gary BrightwellJunior (6'1, 196)
  • 28 Nazar Bombata – Sophomore (5'11, 195)
  • 33 Nathan Tilford –
    Sophomore (6'2, 206)
  • 34 John Burton – Freshman (5'11, 210)
  • 36 Bryce Coleman –
    Junior (5'9, 185)

Wide Receiver

  • 1 Drew Dixon –
    Sophomore (6'3, 203)
  • 4 Boobie Curry – Freshman (6'2, 206)
  • 5 Brian Casteel – Junior (6'0, 214)
  • 7 Jaden Mitchell – Freshman (5'9, 175)
  • 8 Thomas Aych –
    Sophomore (6'0, 167)
  • 9 Jalen Johnson – Freshman (6'2, 199)
  • 10 Jamarye Joiner –
    Freshman (6'1, 210)
  • 11 Tayvian Cunningham – Junior (5'7, 181)
  • 15 William Gunnell –
    Freshman (5'9, 187)
  • 16 Thomas Reid III –
    Junior (6'2, 202)
  • 18 Cedric Peterson –
    Senior (5'11, 188) (KR+)
  • 25 Devin Green – Freshman (5'10, 166)
  • 35 Karl Altenburg –
    Sophomore (5'9, 180)
  • 40 Jashon Butler –
    Freshman (5'8, 182)
  • 41 Daniel Egbo – Senior (6'2, 192)
  • 82 Zach Williams –
    Freshman (6'3, 224)
  • 83 Terrence Johnson –
    Senior (6'2, 211)
  • 86 Stanley Berryhill –
    Sophomore (5'9, 169)
  • 88 Vince Ellison – Freshman (6'2, 170)
  • 89 Brice Vooletich –
    Freshman (5'10, 194)

Tight End

  • 39 Tristen D'Angelo – ‘’Sophomore (6'3, 203)
  • 42 Connor Hutchings – Junior (6'5, 220) (OL+)
  • 46 Jack Koceman –
    Freshman (6'4, 235)
  • 80 Jake Peters –
    Freshman (6'4, 235)
  • 81 Bryce Wolma - Junior (6'3, 239)

Punter

  • 19 Kyle Ostendorp – Freshman (6'1, 202)
  • 26 Matt Aragon -
    Senior (6'5, 211)
  • 32 Jacob Meeker-Hackett -
    Junior (6'0, 199) (WR+)
  • 99 Cameron Weinberg – Freshman (5'11, 177) (K+)
 

Offensive Lineman

  • 50 Josh McCauley –
    Junior (6'3, 292)
    (OL+)
  • 53 Jon Jacobs –
    Junior (6'4, 300)
    (OL+)
  • 54 Bryson Cain –
    Junior (6'4, 291)
    (OT+)
  • 55 Jamari Williams – Freshman (6'3, 298) (OL+)
  • 56 Josh Donovan – Junior (6'5, 317) (OL+)
  • 60 Mykee Irving –
    Freshman (6'3, 337)
    (OL+)
  • 63 Steven Bailey – Senior (6'3, 318) (OL+)
  • 66 Robert Congel –
    Sophomore (6'3, 315)
    (OL+)
  • 67 David Watson – Sophomore (6'3, 307) (OL+)
  • 72 Edgar Burrola –
    Sophomore (6'5, 293)
    (OL+)
  • 74 Paiton Fears – Junior (6'5, 308) (OL+)
  • 75 Zach Lord – Junior (6'7, 275) (OT+)
  • 76 Cody Creason –
    Senior (6'4, 294)
    (OT+)
  • 77 Jordan Morgan – Freshman (6'5, 287)
  • 78 Donovan Laie – Sophomore (6'4, 318) (OL+)
  • 79 Tyson Gardner –
    Sophomore (6'3, 277)
    (OL+)

Defensive lineman

  • 12 JB Brown – Junior (6'3, 244) (DE+)
  • 19 Kwabena Watson – Freshman (6'2, 210) (DE+)
  • 40 Dante Diaz–Infante – Junior (6'1, 250) (DE+)
  • 45 Issaiah Johnson – Sophomore (6'1, 235) (DL+)
  • 55 Chandler Kelly – Freshman (6'2, 209) (DL+)
  • 58 Nahe Sulunga –
    Freshman (6'2, 270)
    (DT+)
  • 81 Jalen Cochran –
    Junior (6'3, 249)
    (DE+)
  • 86 Justin Belknap –
    Senior
    (DE+)
  • 90 Trevon Mason – Junior (6'4, 285) (DL+)
  • 91 Finton Connolly -
    Senior (6'5, 275)
    (DT+)
  • 92 Kyon Barrs – Freshman (6'2, 299) (DT+)
  • 94 Naz Higgins – Freshman (6'3, 272) (DT+)
  • 99 Myles Tapousa – Junior (6'1, 330) (DL+)

Linebackers

  • 1 Tony Fields IIJunior (6'1, 225)
  • 7 Colin SchoolerJunior (6'0, 226)
  • 8 Anthony Pandy – Junior (6'0, 225)
  • 9 Dayven Coleman – Sophomore (6'2, 216)
  • 14 Kylan Wilborn – Junior (6'2, 245) (STUD+)
  • 26 Eddie Siaumau – Freshman (6'3, 235)
  • 27 Derrion Clark – Freshman (6'1, 211)
  • 38 Dante Smith – Sophomore (5'10, 223)
  • 44 Calib McRae - Freshman (6'1, 246)
  • 48 Parker Henley –
    Sophomore (5'11, 222)
  • 49 Jalen Harris –
    Sophomore (6'4, 212)
    (STUD+)
  • 51 Lee Anderson III – Senior (6'1, 235) (STUD+)
  • 53 Richard Merritt –
    Junior (6'0, 216)
  • 56 Rexx Tessler –
    Sophomore (5'9, 209)

Placekicker

  • 43 Lucas Havrisik - Junior (6'2, 173)
  • 80 Nathan Halsell – Freshman (6'1, 201)
 

Defensive backs

  • 2 Lorenzo Burns -
    Junior (5'10, 173)
    (CB+)
  • 3 Jarrius Wallace –
    Junior (6'1, 180)
    (S+)
  • 4 Christian Roland-Wallace – Freshman (5'11, 198) (CB+)
  • 5 Christian Young – Sophomore (6'1, 209) (S+)
  • 6 Scottie Young Jr. – Junior (5'11, 200) (S+)
  • 10 Malcolm Holland -
    Senior (5'11, 189)
    (CB+)
  • 11 Troy Young – Junior (6'0, 205) (S+)
  • 13 Chacho Ulloa – Senior (5'11, 192) (S+)
  • 15 McKenzie Barnes – Sophomore (6'1, 178) (CB+)
  • 17 Jace Whittaker -
    Senior (5'11, 182)
    (CB+)
  • 18 Dhameer Warren – Freshman (6'1, 175) (CB+)
  • 21 Jaxen Turner – Freshman (6'0, 190) (CB+)
  • 23 Malik Hausman -
    Sophomore (6'0, 170)
    (CB+)
  • 24 Rhedi Short –
    Sophomore (6'0, 184)
    (S+)
  • 25 Bobby Wolfe – Freshman (6'1, 170) (CB+)
  • 29 Samari Springs – Junior (6'0, 189) (S+)
  • 30 Quinn Sullivan – Freshman (5'11, 181) (S+)
  • 31 Tristan Cooper – Senior (6'1, 188) (S+)
  • 32 Blake Washington – Freshman (5'9, 182) (S+)
  • 33 Blake Pfaff –
    Sophomore (5'11, 182)
    (S+)
  • 37 Xavier Bell –
    Sophomore (6'2, 192)
    (S+)
  • 47 Rourke Freeburg –
    Sophomore (6'2, 200)
    (S+)

Long Snapper

  • 51 Donald Reiter -
    Junior (5'10, 235)
  • 61 Seth Mackellar – Freshman (5'11, 195)

Source and player details:[15]

Depth chart

Starters and backups.

Depth Chart Source: 2019 Arizona Wildcats Football Fact Book[18]

True Freshman
Double Position : *

Schedule

Arizona announced its 2019 football schedule on December 4, 2018. The 2019 Wildcats' schedule consists of 6 home and 6 away games for the regular season. Arizona host 4 Pac-12 opponents Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and Washington, host 5 Pac-12 opponents on the road to arch-rival Arizona State for the 92nd annual Territorial Cup to close out the regular season, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford and USC. Arizona is not scheduled to play Pac-12 North opponents California and Washington State for the 2019 Pac-12 regular season. The Wildcats has 3 bye weeks comes during Week 1 (on August 31), Week 4 (on September 21) and Week 11 (on November 9).

Arizona's out of conference opponents represent the Big Sky, Big 12 and Mountain West conferences. The Wildcats will host two non–conference games which are against Northern Arizona from the (Big Sky) and Texas Tech (Big 12) and travel to Hawaii from the (Mountain West).

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
August 247:30 p.m.at Hawaii*CBSSNL 38–45 [1]22,396
September 77:45 p.m.Northern Arizona*P12NW 65–41 [2]40,741
September 147:30 p.m.Texas Tech*
  • Arizona Stadium
  • Tucson, AZ
ESPNW 28–14 [3]37,307
September 287:30 p.m.UCLA
  • Arizona Stadium
  • Tucson, AZ
ESPNW 20–17 [4]38,283
October 51:30 p.m.at ColoradoP12NW 35–30 [5]52,569
October 128:00 p.m.Washington
  • Arizona Stadium
  • Tucson, AZ
FS1L 27–51 [6]47,933
October 196:30 p.m.at USCP12NL 14–4153,826
October 2612:30 p.m.at StanfordP12NL 31–4131,711
November 21:30 p.m.Oregon Statedagger
  • Arizona Stadium
  • Tucson, AZ
P12NL 38–5636,939
November 168:30 p.m.at No. 6 OregonESPNL 6–3454,219
November 238:00 p.m.No. 7 Utah
  • Arizona Stadium
  • Tucson, AZ
FS1L 7–3535,991
November 308:00 p.m.at Arizona StateESPNL 14–2454,074
  • *Non-conference game
  • daggerHomecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Mountain time
Schedule Sources:[19]

Game summaries

at Hawaii

See also: 2019 Hawaii Rainbow Warriors football team

Pregame line Over/under
Arizona –10.5 71.5
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
1 234Total
Arizona 0 21143 38
Hawaii 14 14710 45

Sources: ESPN

Statistics

Statistics Arizona Hawaii
First downs 27 31
Total yards 539 595
Rushing yards 178 159
Passing yards 361 436
Turnovers 2 6
Time of possession 22:04 37:56
Team Category Player Statistics
Arizona Passing Khalil Tate 22/39, 361 yds, 3 TD, 2 INT
Rushing Khalil Tate 13 car, 108 yds
Receiving Stanley Berryhill III 3 rec, 92 yds, 1 TD
Hawaii Passing Cole McDonald 29/41, 378 yds, 4 TD, 4 INT
Rushing Dayton Furuta 5 car, 42 yds, 1 TD
Receiving Cedric Byrd II 14 rec, 224 yds, 4 TD

In the season opener, Arizona traveled to Hawaii for the first time since 1998. Both teams would battle back and forth for most of the game. After three quarters, the score was tied at 35 and Hawaii took the lead in the fourth quarter. In the final seconds, the Wildcats threatened to force overtime down 45-38, but were stopped a yard short of the end zone and began the year 0–1.

Northern Arizona

See also: 2019 Northern Arizona Lumberjacks football team

Pregame line Over/under
Arizona -28.5
Uniform Combination
Helmet Jersey Pants
1 234Total
Northern Arizona 7 61414 41
Arizona 21 3077 65
  • Date: September 7
  • Location: Tucson, AZ
  • Game start: 7:45 pm
  • Game attendance: 40,471
  • Game weather: Temp: 88 F • Wind: SE 4 mph • Weather: Partly cloudy
  • Referee: Chris Coyte
  • TV announcers (P12N): Guy Haberman (play-by-play), Lincoln Kennedy (color), & Cindy Brunson (sideline)

Sources: ESPN

Statistics

Statistics Northern Arizona Arizona
First downs 26 27
Total yards 442 720
Rushing yards 69 431
Passing yards 373 289
Turnovers 2 0
Time of possession 26:21 33:39
Team Category Player Statistics
Northern Arizona Passing Case Cookus 28/48, 373 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT
Rushing George Romero-Robertson 4 car, 40 yds, 1 TD
Receiving Hendrix Johnson 7 rec, 97 yds
Arizona Passing Grant Gunnell 9/11, 151 yds, 3 TD, 0 INT
Rushing Gary Brightwell 5 car, 141 yds, 1 TD
Receiving Thomas Reed III 1 rec, 75 yds, 1 TD

Following their painful defeat at Hawaii, the Wildcats hosted in-state foe NAU in their home opener. The Wildcats would dominate the Lumberjacks and evened their record at a game apiece.

Texas Tech

See also: 2019 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team

Pregame line Over/under
Texas Tech -2.0 75
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Texas Tech 7 070 14
Arizona 0 13015 28
  • Date: September 14
  • Location: Tucson, AZ
  • Game start: 7:35 pm
  • Game attendance: 37,307
  • Game weather: Temp: 80 F • Wind: ENE 15 mph • Weather: Partly cloudy
  • Referee: Mike Defee
  • TV announcers (ESPN): Jason Benetti (play-by-play), Rod Gilmore (color), & Quint Kessenich (sideline)

Sources: ESPN

Statistics

Statistics Texas Tech Arizona
First downs 22 23
Total yards 411 499
Rushing yards 104 314
Passing yards 307 185
Turnovers 2 3
Time of possession 25:08 34:52
Team Category Player Statistics
Texas Tech Passing Alan Bowman 30–55, 307 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs
Rushing Armand Shyne 13 carries, 68 yards
Receiving T. J. Vasher 6 receptions, 96 yards
Arizona Passing Khalil Tate 14–23, 185 yards, 1 TDs, 2 INTs
Rushing Khalil Tate 17 carries, 129 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Cedric Peterson 1 reception, 47 yards

In an interesting matchup, Arizona faced Texas Tech. Both teams would trade scores all game long until the Wildcats took control in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win and improved their record to 2–1.

UCLA

See also: 2019 UCLA Bruins football team

Pregame line Over/under
Arizona -3.5 69
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UCLA 7 0100 17
Arizona 0 677 20
  • Date: September 28
  • Location: Tucson, AZ
  • Game start: 7:30 p.m.
  • Game attendance: 38,283
  • Game weather: Temp: 82 F • Wind: S 5 mph • Weather: Mostly clear
  • Referee: Steve Strimling
  • TV announcers (ESPN): Beth Mowins (play-by-play), Anthony Becht (color), Rocky Boiman (sidelines)

Sources: ESPN

Statistics

Statistics UCLA Arizona
First downs 21 25
Total yards 445 451
Rushing yards 217 99
Passing yards 228 352
Turnovers 1 0
Time of possession 31:56 28:04
Team Category Player Statistics
UCLA Passing Dorian Thompson-Robinson 17–33, 180 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing Joshua Kelley 27 carries, 127 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Jaylen Erwin 7 receptions, 63 yards
Arizona Passing Grant Gunnell 29–44, 352 yards, 1 TD
Rushing Darrius Smith 6 carries, 35 yards
Receiving Darrius Smith 5 receptions, 99 yards, 1 TD

In their conference opener, the Wildcats hosted UCLA. Both teams’ defenses would stop the offenses throughout the first half with the Bruins ahead at the break, 7-6. In the second half, Arizona took the lead with a long touchdown before the Bruins answered with a score of their own to retake the lead, 17-13. In the fourth quarter, the Wildcats drove down the field and scored to regain the lead at 20-17. UCLA tried to come back, but missed a tying field goal attempt in the final minute and Arizona escaped with the win and their record improved to 3–1.

at Colorado

See also: 2019 Colorado Buffaloes football team

Pregame line Over/under
Colorado -2.0 63
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Arizona 7 7147 35
Colorado 3 1773 30
  • Date: October 5
  • Location: Boulder, CO
  • Game start: 1:30 p.m.
  • Game attendance: 52,569
  • Game weather: Temp. 63 F • Wind: SE 9 mph • Weather: Mostly sunny
  • Referee: Matt Richards
  • TV announcers (P12N): Ted Robinson (play-by-play), Yogi Roth (color), Samantha Peszek (sideline)

Sources: [7]

Statistics

Statistics Arizona Colorado
First downs 22 26
Total yards 487 496
Rushing yards 83 159
Passing yards 404 337
Turnovers 1 0
Time of possession 24:57 35:03
Team Category Player Statistics
Arizona Passing Khalil Tate 31–41, 404 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT
Rushing Gary Brightwell 11 carries, 27 yards
Receiving Cedric Peterson 3 receptions, 99 yards, 1 TD
Colorado Passing Steven Montez 28–42, 299 yards, 1 TD
Rushing Alex Fontenot 21 carries, 94 yards
Receiving Tony Brown 10 receptions, 141 yards

Arizona played their first Pac-12 road game at Colorado. After trailing at halftime, the Wildcats outscored the Buffaloes in the second half to win it to go to 4–1. Unfortunately, this would be Arizona’s final victory of the season, as they would lose out the rest of the way.

Washington

See also: 2019 Washington Huskies football team

Pregame line Over/under
Washington -5.5 62
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Washington 6 71424 51
Arizona 0 17010 27
  • Date: October 12
  • Location: Tucson, AZ
  • Game start: 8:00 p.m.
  • Game attendance: 47,933
  • Game weather: Temp. 77 F • Wind: WNW 3 mph • Weather: Clear
  • Referee: Mike McCabe
  • TV announcers (FS1): Tim Brando (play-by-play), Spencer Tillman (color), Coley Harvey (sideline)

Sources: [8]

Statistics

Statistics Washington Arizona
First downs 18 18
Total yards 450 360
Rushing yards 207 151
Passing yards 243 209
Turnovers 1 4
Time of possession 34:24 25:36
Team Category Player Statistics
Washington Passing Jacob Eason 15–22, 243 yards, 2 TDs
Rushing Sean McGrew 13 carries, 106 yards
Receiving Aaron Fuller 4 receptions, 60 yards
Arizona Passing Khalil Tate 13–25, 184 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing J. J. Taylor 18 carries, 89 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Cedric Peterson 3 receptions, 64 yards

The Wildcats hosted Washington in their next game and looked to extend their winning streak. After falling behind early, Arizona found a rhythm and took a 17-13 lead before halftime. However, in the second half, things would fall apart for the Wildcats as they would commit several mistakes, which allowed the Huskies to take advantage and break the game open and Arizona never recovered, leading to the Wildcats’ second loss of the season.

at USC

See also: 2019 USC Trojans football team

Pregame line Over/under
USC -10.5 69
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Arizona 0 0014 14
USC 10 71014 41
  • Date: October 19
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
  • Game start: 6:30 p.m.
  • Game attendance: 53,826
  • Game weather: Temp. 69 F • Wind: WSW 3 MPH • Weather: Clear LA skies
  • Referee: Kevin Mar
  • TV announcers (P12N): Roxy Bernstein (play-by-play), Anthony Herron (color), Jill Savage (sideline)

Sources: [9]

Statistics

Statistics Arizona USC
First downs 22 16
Total yards 385 448
Rushing yards 142 201
Passing yards 243 247
Turnovers 3 1
Time of possession 30:02 29:58
Team Category Player Statistics
Arizona Passing Grant Gunnell 16–26, 196 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT
Rushing J. J. Taylor 16 carries, 80 yards
Receiving Brian Castell 4 receptions, 101 yards, 2 TDs
USC Passing Kedon Slovis 19–28, 232 yards, 2 TDs
Rushing Kenan Christon 8 carries, 103 yards, 2 TDs
Receiving Tyler Vaughns 7 receptions, 73 yards, 1 TDs

The Wildcats traveled to USC to face the Trojans. Arizona’s offense would struggle early on and their defense would be no match for USC’s powered offense. The Wildcats avoided a shutout by scoring twice in the fourth quarter, but their deficit was too much to overcome for another loss.

at Stanford

See also: 2019 Stanford Cardinal football team

Pregame line Over/under
Stanford -3.0 54
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Arizona 10 1470 31
Stanford 7 2473 41
  • Date: October 26
  • Location: Stanford, CA
  • Game start: 2:30 p.m.
  • Game attendance: 31,711
  • Game weather: Temp.: 75 F • Wind: 7 MPH • Weather: Sunny and clear
  • Referee: Mark Duddy
  • TV announcers (P12N): Roxy Bernstein (play-by-play), Anthony Herron (color), Jill Savage (sideline)

Sources:

[10]

Statistics

Statistics Arizona Stanford
First downs 29 26
Total yards 495 472
Rushing yards 222 160
Passing yards 273 312
Turnovers 2 0
Time of possession 25:29 34:31
Team Category Player Statistics
Arizona Passing Khalil Tate 17–33, 205 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs
Rushing J. J. Taylor 16 carries, 107 yards
Receiving J. J. Taylor 5 receptions, 53 yards
Stanford Passing K. J. Costello 30–43, 312 yards, 3 TDs
Rushing Cameron Scarlett 19 carries, 102 yards, 2 TDs
Receiving Connor Wedington 7 receptions, 61 yards

The Wildcats stayed on the road by traveling up to Stanford. Despite hanging with the Cardinal for most of the game, Arizona’s defense would play poorly and ended up losing yet again and their record dropped to 4–4. Days after the loss, Arizona fired its defensive coordinator as Sumlin needed a change to fix the team’s problems on defense.

Oregon State

See also: 2019 Oregon State Beavers football team

Pregame line Over/under
Arizona -4.5 72
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Oregon State 7 28714 56
Arizona 6 13127 38
  • Date: November 2
  • Location: Tucson, AZ
  • Game start: 1:30 p.m.
  • Game attendance: 36,939
  • Game weather: 82, Partly Cloudy
  • Television network: P12N

Sources:

Statistics

Statistics Oregon State Arizona
First downs 31 33
Total yards 572 526
Rushing yards 244 148
Passing yards 328 378
Turnovers 0 0
Time of possession 29:35 30:25
Team Category Player Statistics
Oregon State Passing
Rushing
Receiving
Arizona Passing
Rushing
Receiving

On homecoming day, the Wildcats hosted Oregon State. Arizona hoped a change at defensive coordinator would turn things around for their defense. However, their troubles continued as they gave up several touchdowns to the Beavers and Arizona’s offense was unable to rally late and lost their fourth straight game. It was the fourth consecutive game that the Wildcats’ defense gave up at least 40 points or more.

at Oregon

See also: 2019 Oregon Ducks football team

Pregame line Over/under
Oregon -28.0 70
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Arizona 0 600 6
No. 6 Oregon 14 776 34
  • Date: November 16
  • Location: Eugene, OR
  • Game start: 7:30 p.m.
  • Game attendance: 54,219

Sources:

Statistics

Statistics Arizona Oregon
First downs
Total yards
Rushing yards
Passing yards
Turnovers
Time of possession
Team Category Player Statistics
Arizona Passing
Rushing
Receiving
Oregon Passing
Rushing
Receiving

Arizona returned to the road and went to Oregon to take on the sixth-ranked Ducks. By playing in a loud environment, the Wildcats would get dominated by the Ducks and only scored a pair of field goals and fell to 4–6 on the season with their fifth consecutive defeat.

Utah

See also: 2019 Utah Utes football team

Pregame line Over/under
Utah -24.0 58
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No. 7 Utah 14 0147 35
Arizona 0 007 7
  • Date: November 23
  • Location: Tucson, AZ

Sources:

Statistics

Statistics Utah Arizona
First downs
Total yards
Rushing yards
Passing yards
Turnovers
Time of possession
Team Category Player Statistics
Utah Passing
Rushing
Receiving
Arizona Passing
Rushing
Receiving

In their final home game of the season, the Wildcats hosted seventh-ranked Utah in an attempt to get back to their winning ways with an upset victory. However, the Utes would become too much for the Wildcats, as they put up points and Arizona’s offense struggled all night. In the fourth quarter, with most of the Arizona Stadium crowd heading for the exits, the Wildcats would score a touchdown to break up a shutout bid by the Utes. In the final seconds, the remaining Arizona fans chanted “Fire Sumlin”, apparently having been fed up with the team continually losing. In the end, Arizona lost its seventh game of the year and their sixth in a row, which ended their chances of becoming bowl-eligible.

at Arizona State

See also: 2019 Arizona State Sun Devils football team and Territorial Cup

Pregame line Over/under
Arizona State -13.5 61
Uniform Combination
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93rd Territorial Cup
1 234Total
Arizona 0 707 14
Arizona State 0 6153 24
    

Sources:

Statistics

Statistics Arizona Arizona State
First downs 19 23
Total yards 383 339
Rushing yards 155 235
Passing yards 228 104
Turnovers 3 0
Time of possession 25:31 31:44
Team Category Player Statistics
Arizona Passing Khalil Tate 22/38, 228 yards, 2 TD, 3 INT
Rushing Khalil Tate 11 carries, 78 yards
Receiving Jamarye Joiner 7 receptions, 140 yards, 2 TD
Arizona State Passing Jayden Daniels 12/19, 104 yards
Rushing Eno Benjamin 34 carries, 168 yards, 2 TD
Receiving Brandon Aiyuk 5 receptions, 67 yards

To conclude the season, Arizona traveled to Arizona State for the annual rivalry game. The Wildcats hoped to end their losing streak and avenge the previous season’s loss to ASU after collapsing late.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Sun Devils would strike first with a field goal in the second quarter. The Wildcats would get on the board with a touchdown for a 7-3 lead. ASU would add another field goal before halftime to cut the deficit to a point. In the third quarter, turnovers would hurt Arizona as led to Arizona State gaining an advantage to take a 21-7 lead. By the fourth quarter, ASU extended their lead with yet another field goal. The Wildcats would finally score again with a late touchdown to get within ten, but did not get any closer to fall 24-14, and the Territorial Cup trophy remained in Arizona State’s hands for the third consecutive year.

The Wildcats ended the season on a seven-game losing skid and a 4—8 record, with Arizona fans finally been relieved from football and shifted their attention towards basketball.

Statistics

Offense

Rushing

Note: G = Games played; ATT = Attempts; YDS = Yards; AVG = Average yard per carry; LG = Longest run; TD = Rushing touchdowns

Name GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
#23 Gary Brightwell 4 33 265 6 259 yards 7.8 4 TDs 94 64.8
#14 Khalil Tate (QB) 3 42 267 29 238 yards 78.4 2 TDs 84 79.3
#21 J. J. Taylor 3 35 213 5 208 yards 5.9 2 TDs 40 69.3
#20 Darrius Smith 3 23 186 4 182 yards 7.9 1 TDs 47 60.7
#33 Nathan Tilford 3 10 81 7 74 yards 7.4 1 TDs 28 24.7
#6 Michael Wiley 4 18 55 6 49 yards 2.7 0 TDs 9 12.2
#5 Brian Casteel (WR) 4 2 14 0 14 yards 7.0 0 TDs 9 3.5
#28 Nazar Bombata 2 2 12 0 12 yards 6.0 0 TDs 7 6.0
#17 Grant Gunnell (QB) 2 8 21 15 6 yards 0.8 0 TDs 9 3.0
#11 Tayvian Cunningham (WR) 4 1 0 1 -1 yards -1.0 0 TDs 0 -0.2
#4 Rhett Rodriguez (QB) 1 1 0 3 -3 yards -3.0 0 TDs 0 -3.0
TEAM 4 4 0 16 -16 yards -4.0 0 TDs 0 -4.0
Total 4 169 1,114 92 1,022 yards 6.0 10 TDs 94 255.5
Passing

Note: G = Games played; COMP = Completions; ATT = Attempts; COMP % = Completion percentage; YDS = Passing yards; TD = Passing touchdowns; INT = Interceptions; EFF = Passing efficiency

Name GP Att-Cmp-Int Pct EFFP Yds TD Lng Avg/G
#14 Khalil Tate 3 50–74–4 63.3% 150.96 684 yards 6 TDs 57 228.0
#17 Grant Gunnell 2 33–55–0 69.1% 169.91 503 yards 4 TDs 75 251.5
Total 4 88–134–4 65.7% 158.74 1,187 yards 10 TDs 75 296.8
Receiving

Note: G = Games played; REC = Receptions; YDS = Yards; AVG = Average yard per catch; LG = Longest catch; TD = Receiving touchdowns

Name GP Att Yards Avg TD Long Avg/G
#86 Stanley Berryhill III 4 12 187 yards 15.6 2 TDs 57 46.8
#11 Tayvian Cunningham 4 16 177 yards 11.1 2 TDs 47 44.2
#20 Darrius Smith (RB) 3 8 153 yards 19.1 2 TDs 75 51.0
#10 Jamarye Joiner 4 10 139 yards 13.9 1 TDs 27 34.8
#18 Cedric Peterson 4 8 107 yards 13.4 1 TDs 47 26.8
#5 Brian Casteel 4 14 106 yards 7.6 0 TDs 17 26.5
#1 Drew Dixon 4 9 100 yards 1.1 1 TDs 24 25.0
#16 Thomas Reid III 4 2 85 yards 42.5 1 TDs 75 21.2
#6 Michael Wiley (RB) 4 5 81 yards 16.2 0 TDs 34 20.2
#81 Bryce Wolma 3 1 14 yards 14.0 1 TDs 14 7.0
#9 Jalen Johnson 1 1 14 yards 14.0 0 TDs 14 14.0
#21 J. J. Taylor (RB) 3 1 13 yards 13.0 0 TDs 13 4.3
#23 Gary Brightwell (RB) 4 1 11 yards 11.0 0 TDs 11 2.8
Total 4 88 1,187 yards 13.5 10 TDs 75 296.8

Defense

Note: G = Games played; Solo = Solo tackles; Ast = Assisted tackles; Total = Total tackles; TFL-Yds = Tackles for loss-yards lost; Sack = Sacks; INT = Interceptions; PD = Passes defended; FF = Forced fumbles; FR = Forced recoveries

Name GP Tackles Sacks Passing Defense Interceptions Fumbles Blkd
Kick
S
Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds BrUp QBH No.-Yds Avg TD Long Rcv-Yds FF
#1 Tony Fields II 4 22 6 28 2.0–2 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 1–14 yards 14.0 0 TDs 14 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#2 Lorenzo Burns 4 12 3 15 0.5–1 yards 0–0 yards 4 0 3–26 yards 7.0 0 TDs 14 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#3 Jarrius Wallace 3 7 0 7 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#4 Christian Roland-Wallace 4 7 0 7 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 1 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#5 Christian Young 4 10 3 13 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 3 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 1–0 yards 2 0 0
#6 Scottie Young Jr. 3 14 1 15 1.0–10–0 yards 0–0 yards 2 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#7 Colin Schooler 4 24 8 32 4.0–10 yards 0.5–3 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 1–10 yards 0 0 0
#8 Anthony Pandy 4 19 5 24 3.0–7 yards 1.0–1 yards 0 0 1–27 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#9 Dayven Coleman 4 5 1 6 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#10 Malcolm Holland 3 0 1 1 0.5–2 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#11 Troy Young 4 5 0 5 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#12 J.B. Brown 4 3 2 5 1.0–1 yards 0–0 yards 0 1 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#13 Chacho Ulloa 2 2 1 3 0.5–1 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#14 Kylan Wilborn 4 0 3 3 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#15 McKenzie Barnes 4 1 0 1 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#17 Jace Whittaker 4 11 0 11 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 4 0 3–17 yards 5.7 0 TDs 17 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#18 Cedric Peterson (WR) 4 1 0 1 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#19 Kwabena Watson 2 1 0 1 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#23 Malik Hausman 2 2 0 2 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#23 Gary Brightwell (RB) 4 0 1 1 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#25 Bobby Wolfe 4 2 0 2 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#27 Derrion Clark 4 1 0 1 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#29 Samari Springs 3 1 0 1 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#31 Tristan Cooper 3 9 1 10 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 2 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#49 Jalen Harris 4 10 1 11 4.5–12 yards 2.5–4 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#51 Lee Anderson III 3 2 0 2 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#61 Seth MacKellar (LS) 3 1 0 1 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#86 Justin Belknap 4 0 3 3 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#90 Trevon Mason 4 6 5 11 1.0–3 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#91 Finton Connolly 4 4 1 5 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#92 Kyon Barrs 3 2 0 2 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
#99 Myles Tapusoa 4 2 2 4 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 0
TEAM 3 0 0 0 0–0 yards 0–0 yards 0 0 0–0 yards 0.0 0 TDs 0 0–0 yards 0 0 1
Total 4 191 48 239 18–40 yards 4–8 yards 21 1 9–84 yards 9.0 0 TDs 27 2–10 yards 2 0 1

Special teams

Kick and punt returning

Note: G = Games played; PR = Punt returns; PYDS = Punt return yards; PLG = Punt return long; KR = Kick returns; KYDS = Kick return yards; KLG = Kick return long; TD = Total return touchdowns

Pos. Player G PR PYDS PLG AVG Total PR TDs KR KYDS KLG Total KOR TDs AVG
RB Gary Brightwell 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 39 22 0 13.0
RB J. J. Taylor 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 44 23 0 22.0
WR Tayvian Cunningham 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 23 23 0 23.0
RB Nathan Tilford 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 7 0 7.0
WR Brian Casteel 3 1 42 42 42.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
WR Stanley Berryhill III 3 1 -1 -1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Total 3 2 41 yards 41 20.5 0 TDs 7 113 yards 23 0 TDs 16.1

 

Kicking

Note: G = Games played; FGM = Field goals made; FGA = Field goals attempted; LG = Field goal long; XPT = Extra points made; XPT ATT = XPT attempted; In20 = Kicking inside the 20; 20-29 = Kicking inside the 20-29; 30-39 = Kicking inside the 30-39; 40-49 = Kicking inside the 40-49; 50 = Kicking inside the 50; TP = Total points

Pos. Player G FGM FGA PCT LG 10–19 I20 30–39 40–49 50+ BLK NO. XPT XPT ATT PCT KO Yards TB TP AVG OB
K Lucas Havrisik 4 3 5 60% 53 0-0 0–0 0-1 2–2 1-2 0 27 18 19 95% 1,730 21 23 64.1 0

Punting

Note: G = Games played; P = Punts; YDS = Yards; AVG = Average per punt; LG = Punt long; In20 = Punts inside the 20; TB = Touchbacks

Pos. Player G No. YDS AVG Long FC In20 50+ TB BLK
P Matt Aragon 4 15 594 39.4 70 2 5 1 2 0
P Kyle Ostendorp 3 2 76 38.0 42 1 0 0 0 0
Total 4 17 667 yards 39.2 70 3 5 1 2 0

Scoring

Scores by quarter (non-conference opponents)

1 2 3 4 Total
All opponents 28 20 28 24 100
Arizona 21 64 21 25 131

Scores by quarter (Pac-12 opponents)

1 2 3 4 Total
Pac-12 opponents 10 17 17 3 47
Arizona 7 13 21 14 55

Scores by quarter (All opponents)

1 2 3 4 Total
All opponents 35 20 38 24 117
Arizona 21 70 28 32 151

Awards and honors

Weekly Awards
Player Position Date Ref.
Grant Gunnell (Pac-12 Freshman Player of the Week) QB September 30, 2019 [20]
Lucas Havrisik (Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week) PK October 14, 2019 [21]

Postseason

2020 NFL Draft

See also: 2020 NFL Draft

The 2020 NFL Draft will be held on April 23–25, 2020 in Paradise, Nevada.

Wildcats who were picked in the 2020 NFL Draft:

Round Pick Player Position Team

Media affiliates

Radio

TV

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