Arizona Football: Forecasting the Outcome of the Wildcats' Final 5 Games

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Arizona Football: Forecasting the Outcome of the Wildcats' Final 5 Games
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Arizona quarterback Matt Scott ranks among the nation's best in passing yards and touchdowns.

In the buildup to his team's matchup with then-ranked Oklahoma State, coach Rich Rodriguez spent most of his time preaching relevance.

After a decisive 59-38 victory, Arizona found itself both ranked and relevant.

But their relevance proved transient.

Two weeks later Arizona traveled to Eugene for a face-off with established powerhouse Oregon. The Ducks pummeled the 'Cats, 49-0.

Two heartbreaking defeats later—at the hands of Oregon State and Stanford—and the Wildcats were not only irrelevant, they were dead last.

Refusing to fold, the 'Cats bounced back in a big way, defeating the Washington Huskies 52-17 this past weekend. With USC (No. 9) heading to Tucson next, the Wildcats have a chance to become relevant once again.

With a win, the Wildcats will find themselves in or near the Top 25. If they lose, they'll drop to 1-4 in league play. 

Read on to find out how Arizona will fare in its final five games.

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