Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE
Quarterback Matt Scott
The Arizona Wildcats have lost three consecutive games, with the last two of them being heart-breakers. The Wildcats lost to Oregon State 38-35 three weeks ago and lost to Stanford 54-48 in overtime two weeks ago.
They've had a bye week to collect themselves and try to halt that three-game losing streak, but unfortunately for them, they're hosting the Washington Huskies, who are riding a two-game losing streak.
If the Wildcats lose, their bowl prospects look slim with USC, UCLA, Colorado, Utah and Arizona State left on the slate—Colorado looks like the only sure win at this point.
Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian is 11-9 coming off of a loss, and the Huskies play this game in Tuscon, Arizona, where temperatures are expected around 90 degrees during the day. Kickoff is around 7 p.m. local time, so it will be a little cooler, but still, it will hover near 100 degrees on the field.
I'm going to go with Arizona here because the Huskies struggled to contain Matt Barkley in the first half of their game against USC, and quarterback Matt Scott will throw the ball a lot.