October 21, 2007
No more excuses for Arizona
There are no more excuses or positive outlooks. There are no more bright spots. Instead, Arizona football's 2007 season has hit rock bottom. Sure, there are games left but after the loss to Stanford, how can one even think about how Arizona will do in its remaining games?
The loss to Stanford was bad and even that may be too light. Anybody watching the game realized that Arizona was a superior team to Stanford and the Cardinal should not have even been in the game, let alone winning it. In fact, Stanford did everything it could to give Arizona a chance and the Wildcats wanted nothing to do with it.
You can start at the quarterback position. While Willie Tuitama's play has been defendable at times this season, there are really no more excuses for him. He did not play well enough for Arizona to win on Saturday and at some point you have to wonder if one of the backups would give the UA a better chance to win.
The quarterback position is one of confidence. Often times teammates will look at their quarterback for faith. However, one look at Tuitama seems to elicit the opposite emotion, as it seems that Tui is consistent in showing a lack of confidence not only in the pocket but the original play call as well.
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